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Photographs on the Brain #35

Sometimes I wish I believed in Owning something, in something artistic being Mine. It would make it more clear cut. But I don’t. For me, that is egotistical and easy. What is hard, in my opinion, is living in a world where everyone takes your best from you and you are constantly pressed to make […]

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Photographs on the Brain #30

“ What’s great about looking at your work is the emotion comes back. The emotion comes back. The rhythm of what you were photographing comes back. It’s almost like a musical score. You can see where I may have quit too soon, or stayed too long. Or was bored and took a lot of pictures […]

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Street Reverb: London Street Zoo

Photograph ©Richard Brooks A showcase of contemporary London street photography *selected from the Hardcore Street Photography pool. *photograph #18 does not appear in the pool, but was discovered through the group. Contributors: Matt Mawson, Richard Brooks, Johanna Neurath, David Solomons, Tiffany Jones, Sussanna Suovalkama, Rob Vincent, Andrew Finden, Ben Roberts,  Fen Smith, Hin Chua, Nils […]

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November, 2009 Show – Four walls and adobe slabs

Photograph ©Alexi Hobbs Curated by Olivier Marcel A photo essay to explore contemporary meanings of dwelling and their visual equivalences in today’s turmoil. Contributors: Alexi Hobbs, Barbara Vanschaik, Ben Anderson, Ben Roberts, Savva Bogatyrev, Kirill Kuletski, Raoul Gatepin, You Li, Matthew Genitempo, Hin Chua, Kate Kirkwood, Derek Vincent, Ana Kras, Henry Mackay, Rafal Pruszynski, Keith […]

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Street Reverb #5

“It fascinates me that there is a variety of feeling about what I do. I’m not a premeditative photographer. I see a picture and I make it. If I had a chance, I’d be out shooting all the time. You don’t have to go looking for pictures. The material is generous. You go out and […]

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December, 2008 Show – Carelessness

photograph©Hin Chua Carelessness edited by James Wendell Contributors: Naveen Jamal, Dave Sinclair, luka knezevic – strika, Greg Flanders, squinty eye, John Goldsmith, Laura Rodari, Philip Koch, sangue amaro, Robert McPeak, Raoul Gatepin, Luis Torres, Christian Fossati, Jan Postma, Jeff Hammond, Hin Chua, Karen Rudd, Jay Divinagracia, Rafael Alacar, Maxime Milanesi, Tommy Forbes VIEW SHOW

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Photographs on the Brain #25

“The “photo – blog” will reach some kind of precipice / tipping point. More innovations will be offered (which is true every year), but I see more personal narratives gripping us rather than the same old, same old. Already it appears as if our community is in danger of becoming formulaic, although there are of […]

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Photographs on the Brain #23

“When the music changes, so does the dance” – African proverb ©dusdin ©WAI LIN TSE ©Hin Chua © Magdalena Fischer ©David Luraschi “The man that cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot” – Andre Breton found by superbomba ©Andrew James ©Rafael Alcacer ©Samuel Bedford ©Marlon Kowalski “Art is long and life […]

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Transfigurations by Michael Lundgren

photographs©Michael Lundgren Born from a long-term relationship with the desert, these pictures refer to the heart of these places, not by description, but by metaphor. If I have learned anything learned anything from Postmodernism, it is that photographs are not the thing itself.  Photography’s burden of representation has been lessened and yet I am still […]

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Hin Chua Podcast on pause | to begin

“A lot photographers have said the most interesting place they like to photograph are the area’s just outside of a city, where the zoning system starts to fray, where the environment and area starts to encroach on our very, very careful manicured lawns, and our well maintained streets. And I guess that’s where literally the […]

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Photographs on the Brain #18

“Sometimes the appropriate response to reality is to go insane.” – Philip K. Dick ©Todd Fisher ©Brad Wise ©James Wendell ©Julien Boast found by Le Marais ©Hin Chua ©Daily Dolores ©Karen Rudd ©Christian Fossati

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Featured: Hin Chua – They Called Me a Corporate Whore

Given the current economic crisis, we thought it was appropriate to show a few photographs of distressed, confused, befuddled, scared, dazzzed, clueless investment bankers.  It’s strange how the view of a project can change when reality changes.  I’m sure there’s something deeper to be said about context and history, but we’ll let the art school’s […]

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February, 2008 Show

Edited by Bryan Formhals Contributors: Ariane Schrack, barbara@NL, Raoul Gatepin, Tom Westbrook, Todd Fisher, Ludmilla Morais, Matt Newton, Gareth Jelley, Julien Boast, James Hendrick, Hin Chua

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January, 2008 Show

Edited by Bryan Formhals Contributors: François Coquerel, Mark Wickens, Maia Harms, Hin Chua, Martin Nicholls, Bryan Schutmaat, p0cket-paul., Gareth Jelley, Michael David Murphy, Peter Baker, Raoul Gatepin, Ariane Schrack, Peter Byrne

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December, 2007 Show

Edited by Bryan Formhals Contributors: Bryan Formhals, David Solomons, Mark Hinderliter, Mathew Newton, Hin Chua, Raoul Gatepin, Ben Roberts, Vincent Benoit, Gary Gumanow, Michael Cinque, Naveen Jamal, Igor Moukhin, Lina Scheynius, Nuno Tavares, Niels, psy.cho.cn.dy, Jeremy Freeland, TTony Marciante, Kramer O’Neil , Gareth Jelley

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