newsletter may 2006

guest author
Martin Fuchs Martin Fuchs
> Everyday occurrences in New York City

I've been asked if I don't find it hard to photograph in New York, if I am not afraid of taking images that are cliched since it's one of the most photographed cities in the world. Sure it is one of the most photographed cities in the world but at the same time it's a city which offers endless oportunities, stories and ideas. Frankly spoken I am not afraid of photographing images other photographers took. Everyone has a different view and a different imagination. I am shooting what I see, I am shooting what I am interested in. My subjects may have been photographed previously but if so they might have been captured in another way. The wheel can not be reinvented all the time so why should photography be? [...] [>]

colective exhibition
manuel luís cochofelmanuel luís cochofel, Rui Dias Monteiro
> Fifth Anguish *  

Does Ku Klux Klan born again in Spain and promenades with impunity in the center of Seville? No, of course not. It's only the celebration of Easter that happens in this city, as well as in others in Spain, in a characteristic way: the penitents wear tunics and a 'capuchón', similar to the ones used by the dark organization. The colors and their forms vary, according to the Fraternity or Brotherhood to which they belong. [...] [>]

individual exhibition
Alain-Gilles BastideAlain-Gilles Bastide

Photographs: A.G.Bastide. Realized in August and September 2005 in Tchernobyl and Prypiat. Ukraine. [...] [>]

Gentil Barreira, Brasil

Show us the interior of a home, trying to represent who lives there, with or without people


This month the winner is Gentil Barreira, from Brazil, with a serie of interiors. Highlight also for Jean-Marie Maillard, with a very freeminded photo.

Thanks to all who participated.

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