Gallery: Exploitation
May29

Gallery: Exploitation

“First is obsession, second is photography being just a tool.” Photographer Olga Bushkova is our featured Gallery artist this season, and she talks about how photography took over from her former career in science and programming, and on looking for the normal.

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Gallery: Zeitgeist
Feb28

Gallery: Zeitgeist

Liz Eve is an award-winning, Berlin-based photographer and writer with a passion for documenting architecture, construction and sustainable design. “My main topic for personal work was the ‘non places’ within the city, areas that groups such as collectives of artists, skateboarders, street runners, organisers of parties and raves, musicians and graffiti writers used to create different experiences. These in-between spaces, whether temporally or spatially defined, act as a magnet for those operating outside of social norms and rules.”

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In Conversation: Liz Eve, photographer
Feb28

In Conversation: Liz Eve, photographer

“My main topic for personal work was the ‘non places’ within the city, areas that groups such as collectives of artists, skateboarders, street runners, organisers of parties and raves, musicians and graffiti writers used to create different experiences. These in-between spaces, whether temporally or spatially defined, act as a magnet for those operating outside of social norms and rules.” The Woolf talks to Berlin-based award-winning photographer Liz Eve.

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Gallery: The Winter of Our Discontent
Sep02

Gallery: The Winter of Our Discontent

A selection of images by @libby_ol for our winter theme

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Gallery: Time
Sep02

Gallery: Time

Monica Tarocco is a Zürich-based photographer, whose series centres on the theme of ‘Time’.

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In Conversation: Monica Tarocco
Aug08

In Conversation: Monica Tarocco

“When I was a child my favourite pastime was to stick my head for hours in the old family’s album full of beautiful, old, black-and-white photographs—and wonder who were all those persons that I never got to know.” The Woolf interviews Monica Tarocco, a Zürich-based photographer and visual artist.

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