Distorted street faces: a series by Andre Muniz Gonzaga

The Flying Dutchman Reader Find

By The Flying Dutchman in New Art on Thursday 13 December 2012

Good street art, like good architecture, is absolutely site-specific and nowhere is this better illustrated (no pun intended) than in the work of Andre Muniz Gonzaga. Finding shapes in the clutter and chaos of disrupted urbanism. Excellent work, sir!

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All I Own: new photo series by Sanna Kvist

Caitlin Sullivan Reader Find

By Caitlin Sullivan in New Photography on Tuesday 4 September 2012

Swedish photographer Sannah Kvist has an eye-catching set of work depicting her 20-something friends with all their belongings stacked together. If nothing else, it serves as proof that most Swedes don’t collect meaningless objects, but also provides a window into a person’s life and personality in a single frame. 

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Rain by Nicolas Dumont

Nini Baseema Contributor

By Nini Baseema in New Photography on Tuesday 7 December 2010

‘Letting someone stand in the rain’ is not exactly considered a friendship service. Photographer Nicolas Dumont, however, did exactly that when he invited some of his friends into his kitchen to have their picture taken under a cold shower.

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