I spent the latter half of my teenage years, and the beginning of my twenties, scouring vibrant nightclubs on weekly expeditions looking closely at how I identified with my own gender and surrounded [myself] by people exploring theirs. For a heterosexual female – to put a label on it – working as a drag queen […]Read more "VESTA: Είμαι άνθρωπος – A Fearless Response"
DINNER(18:00-24:00) Returning at the rush-hour-end of the average working day for those outside, a herd of people shuffle through Noryangjin metro station. Nothing unusual for a rush hour it seems, until you see much of the traffic is being directed away from the metro station. A bridge above directs a migrating stream of business men […]Read more "BRYN DAVIES: NORYANGJIN FISHERIES WHOLESALE MARKET: PART 3 OF 3"
OFFICE HOURS (06:00 – 18:00) It seems odd, in a damp and cold warehouse, that the unofficial uniform tends to consist of a bulky fluorescent soft shell with brand and colour left to personal choice, a vibrant red rubber apron and bright pink marigolds. It takes character and a dry sense of humour to get away […]Read more "BRYN DAVIES: NORYANGJIN FISHERIES WHOLESALE MARKET: PART 2 OF 3"
Sheila Rock in conversation with Tony Cearns Tony Cearns caught up with Sheila Rock ahead of her exhibition “Tough and Tender” as part of LOOK/15 Liverpool International Festival of Photography. Tony Cearns Your photographic work of the punk music scene here in England established you as an influential photographer obtaining widespread international coverage. Vogue, no less, reported on your fly-on-the-wall […]Read more "Sheila Rock"
Max Pinckers in conversation with Tony Cearns Tony Cearns caught up with Max Pinckers ahead of his exhibition as part of LOOK/15 Liverpool International Festival of Photography. Tony Cearns In your study of love and marriage in India, “Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty”, rather than using a traditional documentary way of story telling, you […]Read more "Max Pinckers"