Lynn Goldsmith Releases Vibrant Book ‘Music in the ’80s’

The collection of images and excerpts spans the iconic decade through the lens of music’s biggest names The collection of images and excerpts spans the iconic decade through the lens of music’s biggest names What do the Rolling Stones, Prince, Bruce Springsteen and Debbie Harry have in common? Yes, the eclectic troupe are musical powerhouses … Read more

My village and its landscape are my workplace: Indrajit Khambe

Indrajit Khambe, a business graduate who founded a computer business in 2001, is one of the most artistic documentary photographers around today. Life and circumstances, he recalls, may have kept him away from art in his earlier life, but painting, theater and photography always found their way back to him and claimed him as their … Read more

The photographic search for the true West

When I was a teenager, I often rode my bike from the suburbs where I lived to downtown Denver. I was looking for the real west, or at least a more real west than my neighborhood. I took pictures with my Kodak Instamatic which were mostly terrible. But after attending the massive and authoritative exhibition … Read more

Book four royal exhibitions now

Rob Munday This year has always been a celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. In her platinum year as monarch, we’ve seen countless retrospectives, artistic commissions, performances and of course a whole host of celebrations this summer. Many of the exhibitions put on to celebrate this incredible milestone are still available to book, as well … Read more

Joanna Piotrowska and Formafantasma explore power dynamics

Imprisonment, Interrogation and Power: Joanna Piotrowska and Formafantasma’s “Sub Rosa” A collaborative project by photographer Joanna Piotrowska and design duo Formafantasma, now on display at Arch Athens, transforms ethereal photography into provocative objects inspired by the architecture of interrogation rooms The story of Sub Rosa began in 2015 when Polish photographer Joanna Piotrowska traveled to … Read more

Through the lens of photographer Tina Tyrell

Photographer Tina Tyrell: “People can become almost symbolic of themselves” Through the Lens is our monthly series spotlighting photographers who are Wallpaper* contributors. Here we explore the vision of American photographer Tina Tyrell After experimenting with photography in high school, Tina Tyrell was only 18 when she began photography professionally. For the New York-based photographer, … Read more

NFT photography: The artists and innovators are breaking new ground

Could NFTs spark a revolution in photography? Meet the innovators As the Fellowship Web3 platform brings world-class photography to the blockchain, including newly minted work by Joel Meyerowitz and Pieter Hugo, we explore how NFT photography is transforming how we buy, sell, authenticate, and experience art When the concept of NFTs first entered the mainstream … Read more

Imagine this: Notes on Photographic Portraiture

Willy Vlautin, writer, musician, 2019 ESSAY and PHOTOS by KB DIXON STRANGE ACTION Roland Barthes, the great grey-skinned mandarin of French literary theory, described in his canonical book the complex experience of sitting for a portrait. Camera Lucida. “In front of the lens,” he wrote, “I am simultaneously: who I think I am, who I … Read more

At home with Thomas Demand

At home with Thomas Demand Photographer, sculptor and master of the 3D paper model Thomas Demand talks life lessons, life-changing art and previews his architectural collaboration at Kvadrat HQ At first glance, Thomas Demand’s process may not be apparent, but if you look closer you’ll see that his intricate scenes are made entirely of paper. … Read more

The skimpy barmaids of Kalgoorlie feature in a new photo exhibition

A photographer has shed some light on Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s famous skimpy barmaids as she documented pub nightlife in the historic gold mining town in a new exhibition that took 18 months in the making. Known as Mellen, a pseudonym of her real name, the Sydney-born photographer shares her anonymity with miners who usually work under a … Read more