I met Renato D’Agostin in his Brooklyn studio on a cold autumn evening. His studio very much like his work is stark white, minimalistic and beautifully efficient. Originally from Italy, Renato has been in New York for more than eight years, working solely in monochromatic film and darkroom prints. What really amazed me about him is how he […]Read more "CC Conversations : Renato D’Agostin"
I came across Peggy’s work through a instructor at ICP and I was immediately taken by the softness of the mood in her portraits. I spent some time talking to her about the project “Morning Dip” and her upcoming exhibition at Fotografiska, Sweden. Q. Do you consider yourself as a portrait photographer? I don’t necessarily consider […]Read more "CC Conversations : Peggy Anderson"
If you’ve been following Constellation Cafe, you know I’ve been pretty excited about sharing notes on Toni Amengual’s new book “Pain”. Toni has usually been shy about his exposure to the online world and the work promotion, specially in the English speaking world. So here is some more on his book along with his comments […]Read more "CC Conversations : Toni Amengual"
Some people are lucky to have a history of visual culture in their family. But when you take some lovely slow cooked history and marinate it with a photographers mind, you get “thebeautifulpeopleblog”, a project which brings together storytelling and visual poetry together in the perfect blend. Today I speak to Jason Tilley, the founder […]Read more "CC Conversations : Jason Tilley"
Collection comes as a natural progression to creation. This is just the case with my friend, artist and blogger, Katherine Griffiths. She has been not only creating a personal series of photo booth pictures for years now but also archives and curates vintage and discarded photo booth pictures from around the world. What I find […]Read more "CC Conversations : Katherine Griffiths"
When I first met Max, he came across as an incredibly fun Lomographer who would go out there buzzing with his LC-A+, but there is another side to him. Max Pinckers is mainly a documentary photographer and he has worked on projects in Europe and Asia documenting various subjects from transvestites to the film industry. […]Read more "CC Conversations : Max Pinckers"
Recently walking in Indian Habitat Center through the commotion of an ongoing language festival and book stalls, I was directed by my friend towards this small gallery tucked away inside a dark corridor. A spotless white hall with beautiful black and white prints, it seemed to pick up on the mood of Delhi’s monochromatic mornings […]Read more "Saturday Night Conversations : Ananth Padmanabhan"
His work is as subtle as its pulsating with energy. Poetic as its strong, it has a rhythm to it which makes you settle down and just stare. James Hervey is one of my favorite photographers and I am really happy to present a conversation with him on Constellation Cafe. James, tell us a little […]Read more "CC Conversations : James Hervey"
Sublime, beautiful and poetically attentive is what I think of her work. Her water colors are full of life yet never chaotic. Curious as a child, she’s always traveling, making notes and sketching the most vivid of urbanscapes. I am happy to introduce you to Suhita Shirodkar on Constellation Cafe. Q.Tell me a little about […]Read more "CC Conversations : Suhita Shirodkar"
He’s everywhere and yet no where, working on the the streets silently & secretly, adding to them like no one ever has. c215 as most would know him has been around the world with his stencils and paint, resurrecting lifeless walls and dead corners of the urban landscape with profound portraits. When looking at his […]Read more "Saturday Night Conversations : Christian Guémy AKA C215"