Call for articles & projects: Protest – Deadline Extended to 9.4.2019. Throughout the twentieth century, political and social protests have become one of the most widespread forms of political contention and collective social action and are […]
From the Magazine
With the development of digital technology and the internet in the past twenty years, photography has become really pervasive and omnipresent. Despite digitalization, or perhaps because of it, a tendency towards a return to ‘analogue’ photography can be observed in analog- recent years in the field of contemporary art photography as well.
The article is a critical analysis of the work of Finnish photographer Iiu Susiraja based on her series Good Behaviour / Perfect Everyday Life and conversation with the author. Susiraja places herself and her personal life at the centre of her work.
In 1990s, along with the prominence and popularization of the so-called deadpan aesthetics within the field of contemporary photography, began the “rediscovery” of its pioneers. This distinction came late (more than thirty years later), but undoubtedly belonged to Bernd and Hilla Becher, who devoted their lives to photographing industrial architecture.
Irish photographer Mark Curran presents his on-going project THE MARKET, which is an exploration of the predatory nature of the functioning and condition of global markets. Focusing on financial and commodity exchanges, Curran provides a multi-layered and multimodal investigation of market culture.