Contemporary photography online magazine published by Ruang MES 56
Uniform_Code by Jim Allen Abel
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Uniform_Code by Jim Allen Abel

The art project that Jim Allen Abel explores his interest in how the idea of uniform is often used to obscure the existence of individuals and their specific roles in constituting a bigger entity.
Artificially Natural by Agung Nugroho Widhi
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Artificially Natural by Agung Nugroho Widhi

This photo series tries to explore the concept and boundaries of natural vs. imitation, real and artificial; an attempt to shed light on the idea of reality.
Stereoscopik by Mathieu Hubert
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Stereoscopik by Mathieu Hubert

More than portraits in the proper sense, Stereoscopik is based on diptychs. Each portrait is associated to an image. A vision. It could either be what the sitter is really seeing, or it may well be their own memories or...
Indonesian Wedding Photography Ritual By Ruang MES 56
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Indonesian Wedding Photography Ritual By Ruang MES 56

This work is an advanced study of “the absolute beauty and perfectness in front of camera”–a concept widely practiced by the society–and the works of professional photo studios in responding to it.
Falling To the Earth by Li Wei
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Falling To the Earth by Li Wei

A performative photography about the situation between illusion and reality
Land of the Free by Steve Schofield
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Land of the Free by Steve Schofield

Statement My practice is concerned with exploring the fascination that the British public has with American popular culture and the sub-cultural world of fandom. In the images, I have shown people in their own homes and environments wearing costumes that...
Toilets Of The World
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Toilets Of The World

Why toilets? The subject is not nearly as frivolous as it may appear at first glance. Toilets are bay windows with a view on to a given population.
ARAKI
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ARAKI

Jerome Sans interviews Nobuyoshi Araki about his erotic photography book
Sadako's Trip by Liu Tzu Cheng
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Sadako’s Trip by Liu Tzu Cheng

Sadako is a ghost figure. She lingers around certain places for unfinished business. If someone happened to take a picture in the ream, then it might appear in the image as a way to deliver her message to the living...
Belanda Sudah Dekat by Wimo Ambala Bayang
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Belanda Sudah Dekat by Wimo Ambala Bayang

This work is made not only as an antithesis, but also in expression of opposition to the relaxed and lazy attitude that is still often found in a part of our society.
Unphotographable
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Unphotographable

Unphotographable is a catalog of exceptional mistakes. Photos never taken that weren't meant to be forgotten. Opportunities missed. Simple failures.
Vandalize Your Photos in the Name of Art
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Vandalize Your Photos in the Name of Art

Poehlein takes this one step further by taking one step back. He scratches off the emulsion from his prints in order to add another image, often of what you’d imagine would be in the photo but isn’t.
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Ruang MES 56 at Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

Ruang MES 56 at Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne
mescegenreation: Contemporary Indonesian Photography   by Justin Clemens A horrible neologism, I know, but I couldn’t otherwise think how to present in a single word the deranging sense of genre, generation and miscegenation that these contemporary photographs from Indonesia inspire. Genre: the subjacent formal constraints that regulate the content, disposition and reception of images. Generation: at...

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Like Everyday Series by Shadi Ghadirian

Like Everyday Series by Shadi Ghadirian
Tehran-based artist Shadi Ghadirian’s photographs draw from her own experiences as a modern woman living within the ancient codes of Shariah law.

Obviously by Audrey Corregan.

Obviously by Audrey Corregan.
The series removes the bird, symbol of flight and freedom, from its natural environment. Time and life seem frozen, allowing the viewer to concentrate upon the creatures’ forms, textures and magnificent colours.

The Dark Side by Martin Miller

The Dark Side by Martin Miller
This project depicts some of the objects from the dark side of our culture during the Cold War and links them with popular music of the era.

Tree by Myoung Ho Lee

Tree by Myoung Ho Lee
Myoung Ho Lee has produced an elaborate series of photographs that pose some unusual questions about representation, reality, art, environment and seeing.