Posts Tagged: Photography

Urbexing—Vic Invades

AARH Magazine – issue 2

As the weekend approached, so did our brand new second issue of AARH Magazine. Read it now or save it for your hangover.

A special thank you to Wang Wei, Jānis Vēliņš, Cecilia Riis, Andreas Krautwald, Trine Kobborg, Oscar Luis Levcovich, and Dag Knudsen.

A collection of videos on Zoe Strauss

Peter Funch at VOLTA10

AARH Magazine – issue 1

Collecting snapshots

Henry Wessel

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Henry Wessel

A brief look at the work of Henry Wessel by KQED

Bonus video:

Relics of the Future – Toni Hafkenscheid

Relics of the Future is a documentary featuring internationally renowned photographer Toni Hafkenscheid, as he explores the hidden stories behind iconic architectural images once considered “Visions of the Future” from the 1960’s.

Wolfgang Tillmanns

Wolfgang Tillmans is a German photographer and artist who lives and works in London and Berlin. Motivated by aesthetic and political concerns and interested in formulations of reality and truth claims, his work took the shape of portraiture, still-life, landscape and abstract photography that directly addresses the photographic process and its components.

Cameras in music videos … Graflex × Madonna

Remember when Madonna didn’t just copy the style of the month? Alright, never mind. But then, do you remember when we told you about Sir Mix-A-Lot having a Graflex camera in his ’92 video for “Baby Got Back”? Well, Madonna actually did that back in 1985.

When Madonna released the video for “Into the Groove” as part of the promotion of “Desperately Seeking Susan”, it featured the Graflex Super Graphic flashing between scenes.

I don’t know if the clip is just a bit of the motion picture repeated or a part made exclusively for the video, but the camera is a beast none the less.

Graflex Super Graphic 4x5 Press Camera
Photo by Zane H. Healy

The Queen of Pop also has a bunch of cameras in this one, but that only last for about 30 seconds. Then the music starts.