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...
Concrete Euphoria & Conveyance by Mintio interviewed by Dito Yuwono
Tehran-based artist Shadi Ghadirian’s photographs draw from her own experiences as a modern woman living within the ancient codes of Shariah law.
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.
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.
Myoung Ho Lee has produced an elaborate series of photographs that pose some unusual questions about representation, reality, art, environment and seeing.