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Catherine Opie: ‘So long as they are wild’
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Catherine Opie: ‘So long as they are wild’

Describing herself as a ‘kind of twisted social documentary photographer’, American photographer Catherine Opie has an affection for subcultures. Inspired by the photographs of Lewis Hine, the Ohio-born Opie picked up the camera at age nine and immediately began photographing friends and her community.  Her early series Being and Having (1991) and Portraits (1993—1997) mixed traditional portrait photography with less … Continue reading

Interview: Izumi Kato
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Interview: Izumi Kato

  A row of 12 colourful creatures cast shadows behind a blue wall in Perrotin Gallery Hong Kong. A series of paintings–large and small–fill up the other wall spaces, but it is these creatures, which from a distance resemble ethnographic tribal sculptures, that catch your eye. Closer up, extra-terrestrial looking, round painted mouths, and big … Continue reading

Wolfgang Tillmans
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Wolfgang Tillmans

Published in Artomity, March 2018 Although his photographs had graced the pages of magazines like iD and Interview magazine, for a couple of decades it was at nightclub Berghain’s Panorama Bar in Berlin that the work of Wolfgang Tillmans really seared itself on my mind. The work in question, Phillip III (1996), depicted a man exposing his … Continue reading