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The Critical Influence of Photographer Ilse Bing

While photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Man Ray and Brassaï are widely credited with establishing Paris as the centre of modern photography in the 1930s, the similarly innovative and influential German photographer Ilse Bing, who also resided in the city at that time, is more frequently overlooked. Bing was one of the first image-makers to master […]

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Art+Culture, Photograhy

Your ultimate guide to Helmut Newton

Ahead of the photographer’s retrospective at Foam in Amsterdam, we give you an authoritative education on the ‘King of Kink’ Nobody has made quite the lasting impression on fashion imagery as Helmut Newton. Hired byFrench Vogue in the 1950s before being propelled to fame in the 1970s, Newton came to be renowned for his controversial […]

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AledeBasseville, Photograhy

Inspiration archive #26

Inspiration from the Archive of Jarl Ale de Basseville  want to give readers the opportunity to rediscover the shooting the most iconic of Utopian Magazine. If fashion has always been a mirror of the time, fashion photography is an art that depicts and interprets the social, cultural, …

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Fashion World, Photograhy

The Lynchian Drama of a Blue Velvet Suit

Hillier Bartley’s plush version of the Canadian tuxedo is fit for a film noir heroine Velvet Jacket and Trousers, Hillier Bartley Double-breasted jacket, high rise trousers, 82% viscose, 18% silk David Lynch’s enduring impact on popular culture has established blue velvet as a fabric synonymous with Isabella Rosselini and mysterious provocation – so much so that, […]

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Photograhy

Lina Scheynius’ Dreamy New Photo Book, out

The Swedish image-maker’s latest is a candid celebration of nature and female sensuality Acclaimed Swedish photographer and former model Lina Scheynius released her first, self-published photo book, 01, in 2008, and has gone on to produce one new, beautifully bound follow-up to the tome almost every year since, to form what is now a nine-part […]

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Cinema, News, Photograhy

Another McQueen film is on the way

Alexander McQueen photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue, October 2009 More good news! If you weren’t already excited for the two upcoming Alexander McQueen films that have been announced so far – you can now add this new documentary, announced today, to your McQueen fix watchlist. McQueen – written by Peter Ettedgui (the screenwriter behind 2015’s acclaimed Marlon Brando […]

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AledeBasseville, Archive, Photograhy

Inspiration archive #19

Inspiration from the Archive of Jarl Ale de Basseville  want to give readers the opportunity to rediscover the shooting the most iconic of Utopian Magazine. If fashion has always been a mirror of the time, fashion photography is an art that depicts and interprets the social, cultural, …

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AledeBasseville, Archive, Photograhy

Inspiration archive #18

Inspiration from the Archive of Jarl Ale de Basseville  want to give readers the opportunity to rediscover the shooting the most iconic of Utopian Magazine. If fashion has always been a mirror of the time, fashion photography is an art that depicts and interprets the social, cultural, …

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AledeBasseville, Archive, Photograhy

Inspiration archive #17

Inspiration from the Archive of Jarl Ale de Basseville  want to give readers the opportunity to rediscover the shooting the most iconic of Utopian Magazine. If fashion has always been a mirror of the time, fashion photography is an art that depicts and interprets the social, cultural, …

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Art+Culture, Photograhy

These photos explore how we keep our pain inside

Fascinated by death and the natural world, Hannah Modigh’s work delves into how humans deal with inner turmoil Born in Sweden, before moving to India and later back to Stockholm, Hannah Modigh learned early on to immerse herself in a universe of her own. This is a skill she has taken with her into her photography, […]

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Art+Culture, Photograhy

An access all areas look inside Japanese sex hotels

With an estimated 35,000 hotels (rabuhos) spread across the country, photographer Zaza Bertrand explores how they are helping to shift Japanese attitudes towards sex and relationships Belgian photographer Zaza Bertrand decided to turn a fascination with the concept of intimacy into a stark documentary photo series Japanese Whispers about rabuhos, commonly known as sex hotels, in […]

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