Arts: Photography

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Event: Melbourne – These Things Take Time photography exhibition, July 24

"Sort of new photographic works" from Michael Danischewski and Andrew Johnson

This Friday, photographers Michael Danischewski and Andrew Johnson are launching an exhibition of their collective works–a series of images inspired…

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Photographer captures amazing geometric patterns in these aerial photos of New York

The bigger picture is often the most beautiful

It’s pretty easy to get lost in a big city, especially a city as big as New York. Somehow, photographer …

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Kanye and Kim get weird with Juergen Teller for new photo-book

Ah to be rich and well-connected

High Culture meets agriculture in a very DIY photo-series which sees Kanye West try his hand at styling Kim Kardashian, …

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The latest #FreeTheNipple protest on Instagram is brilliant

Let them roam free

By now we’ve all seen the famous #freethenipple hashtag, protesting Instagram’s strict and quite frankly ridiculous community guidelines; which, for …

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The Drop: Knowledge Editions – Bad To The Bone by Nathaniel Matthews

Cataloguing the weaponry of Terminator 2

Some films leave an indelible mark on the psyche of a generation. These works have pivotal scenes that define and …

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Matt Molloy captures ‘time-stacked’ dreamscapes in this incredible photo series

Art meets technology meets brain cookery

‘Time-stacking’ a form of time-lapse photography pioneered by Canadian artist Matt Molloy, integrating hundreds of photographs into a single image, …

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Postcards: Kingsley McLean in America and Europe [NSFW]

One photographer, two broken arms, and a lot of good times

‘Postcards’ is an ongoing series that examines the links between travel and creative practice. Each week we ask some of…

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Postcards: Alex Johnstone in Asia and Europe

Take a wander with the Sydney photographer

‘Postcards’ is an ongoing series that examines the links between travel and creative practise. Each week we ask some of…

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