Dark, intense yet personal, these words may somehow describe his work in terms of the look. But as you look through more and more of his pictures, you’re drawn into the fragility of each moment. Its amazing how he picks to show the world in contrasting yet inherently singular images, carefully looking into his own […]Read more "CC Conversations : Andreas Kaiser"
The first time I saw his work, I was struck by the very simplicity of his portraits. Clean, bright and real, they had a story to tell without the desperate dramatics, it was the clarity of thought and the expressions of everyone of the subjects speaking to viewer. I have always wondered about his portraits, […]Read more "CC Conversations – Jonas Spinoy"
Exploring the male form has always been extremely challenging. Much because there has always been a stereotype mindset with how the men should be seen, cold, brutal and masculine. And as most artist swerve towards the females, there are always a few masters with the eye and the brilliance to see beyond the blunt spartan […]Read more "CC Conversations : Gregor AKA BƛƬƲĐΐƧƮƐ"
I’m sure there are a number of articles which you would have read on the festival but there is nothing like being there and understanding what the authors had to say. Luckily, Jaipur LIT has been kind enough to make video logs of almost all the seminars for people to review. I’ve linked below some […]Read more "Jaipur Literature Festival : What you might have missed"
Velco Dojcinovski‘s pictures don’t necessarily follow a trend or have a theme on the surface but when you do have a chance to go through his 900+ pictures (flickr) then you realize that they are like songs on a disc you’re listening, intimately woven with the same feeling, the feeling of peeking out of a […]Read more "Saturday Nights Conversations – Velco Dojcinovski"
This week featured : Amogh / Pagan Moth I would be lying if I said I wasn’t thinking about interviewing Amogh for a long time. He’s the artist whose work shows the intricate world of darkness, the classic conflict between the light and the null. One who knows him, writes “Amogh’s photos have an urge […]Read more "CC Conversations – Chapter II – Amogh / Pagan Moth"