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So, I’m planning a minor redesign to make the news column more prominent and to make it a bit more bloggy – I haven’t been able to produce the features, currently seen at left, at quite the rate I’d like to, and there’s plenty going on in photography in the meantime that I’d like to, […]

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“Rather it was a stage that I inhabited and opened to those around me. The photographs made within the space are self-consciously public and circulate in the social world of image-sharing as conversation points, of public posturing, as presentation as social and sexual currency. “

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To look at Kira Bunse’s Trouble Exposures is to be seduced by the complex layers that is the defining motif. The world is upside down, stone patterns, reflections and naked skin overlap in a compression palimpsest. The stimulus, in the willful combination of photographic precision and random coincidence, becomes a poetry of layers.

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Paul Sepuya has begun a kickstarter to try and get the funds together to produce a book, ‘Studio Work‘.  Go check out his kickstarter page and donate!

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Joseph Francis Charles Rock (1884 – 1962) was an Austrian-American explorer, botanist, and anthropologist. For more than 25 years, he travelled extensively through Tibet and Yunnan, Gansu, and Szechuan provinces in China before finally leaving in 1949.

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