Photography that represents problematic scenarios

Mariana Monteagudo Contributor

By Mariana Monteagudo in New Photography on Thursday 6 December 2012

My intention is not to try to change the world. I’m aiming, instead, to represent some of the new and problematic scenarios of the contemporary world, which, without realizing it, have become part of our everyday life. I want to awaken consciousness about them in the individual. These allegorically portrayed situations reference a variety of the ‘accidents’ that are caused by humans. My series denounces what has become a habit. Art by Rodolpho Vanmarke.

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Toby Millman’s Matyr series

Susanna Corcoran Reader Find

By Susanna Corcoran in New Art on Saturday 13 August 2011

It’s a mystery how a nice Jewish girl from Miami ended up in Palestine but Toby Millman’s subtle, beautiful work, Martyrs, draws attention to the human condition where the news media has failed.

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Augustina Woodgate

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 23 March 2011

Miami-based artist Augustina Woodgate made some super awesome rugs out of the skins of stuffed animals.

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