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The houses are havens for political movements, necessary meeting places where politics are discussed and practiced gragisk the everyday. While we strongly recognize a lot from similar places in other countries, the houses are subjects to changes — slogans and symbols change, houses get demolished or renovated, people move in and out.
While history is present for the residents, it is also elusive.
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In time the living memory will disappear, and the documentary materials become the only thing left to tell us about the people and the everyday life that general history writing has overlooked. I have since then, until the house was torn down inspent much time in the house.
Contacts with the other two houses were also established through a mix of political networking and personal friendship. Suddenly I saw how quickly those places were changing: Ya Basta was torn down inBlitz renovated in and in Kvarnis rooms were constantly changed by people moving in and out.
Images of Ya Basta were taken —, Blitz — and Kvarnis — Nominerad till Svenska Fotobokspriset med motiveringen: The brilliant accompanying essay by Robert Delpire invokes the soul of man in search of a spiritual homeland; it speaks with a remarkable and unforgettable dignity.
Josef Koudelka began his career as an aeronautical engineer, turning full-time to photography in the late s. InKoudelka photographed the Soviet invasion of Prague, publishing his photographs under the initials P. Robert Delpire has organized exhibitions of photography around the world, and he founded the Centre National de la Photographie, Paris, with Jack Lang, and was its director until Inhe established the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation. But behind the colorful surface, the glistening bodywork, the noisy engines and the smell of burning rubber lies a fundamental concern with the power of the image — both in terms of photographic technique and in regard to meaning within contemporary culture.
How to depict speed, how to show the impact of logos and of car manufacturers without succumbing to the rules of the commercial game? These still photographs brim with movement and action; in their very stasis they show the potency of speed. His images have motorsport as their theme but they abstract it to become fundamental for understanding the tempo of our present culture.
Petersen explores the fringes of society and his images depict a raw, and sometimes disturbingly brutal, social portrait. Taken in the South of France, French Kiss is characteristic Petersen, exuding the poetic sadness, restlessness and sense of urgency that runs through all his work.
When the work was first shown at Arles Photography Festival the response was astounding: And everyone realized that Anders Petersen that wildly energetic year-old guy is still making some of the most arresting personal documentary photographs today – Jim Casper, Lens Culture.
Instead she builds the world, over and over again by using models and props. When she installs the camera to immortalize the scenes it is all about capturing a world that already exists. Even though the final touches are done with digital equipment her world is already present, just as real as the everyday outside her studio.
In ‘The dark planet’ he shows us a fateful world where there is no joy.
Short melancholic stories about crucial magic and tragic moments are told in a surrealistic iconography imbued with permeated by an apocalyptic atmosphere. There is a feeling of vicissitudes of the present and future.
The topics are dreams, longing, vulnerability, loneliness, death, the supernatural and the ominous dark of the night. The pictures refer to a past cineatic world, themes from history of art, sinister dramas, theatrical scenes, horror stories and brutal real events.
The artist uses photography, painting, sewing needlework and collage to create the characteristic shape and feeling of the gratisk. They are interacting in the human tragedy, watching together with other living creatures how the sun is setting and the world getting colder.
Finally all that exists is the golden frog, shuffling across the cracked and dried out ground.
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But perhaps there is another story to tell. In one of the pictures the little ape sits alone on a bed of waterlilies, a thunderstorm kokbkk in the background. The Waterlily is within the eastern philosophy a symbol for both enlightenment and resurrection. There is always another angle, another possible reading.