Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Thomaz Farkas

Thomaz Jorge Farkas was Photographer, teacher, cinema producer and director. In 1930, he emigrated with his family to São Paulo, where his father was one of the founding partners of Fotoptica, one of the first shops of photographic equipment in Brazil. He joined the Foto Cine Clube Bandeirantes (FCCB) [Bandeirantes Photo and Cinema Club] in…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration -Louis Emille Durandelle

Louis-Émile Durandelle (1839 - 1917) was a French photographer best known for his work documenting the renovation of Paris during the Second Empire. He, along with his partner, Delmaet (with whom he worked until 1862) photographed the new Opera of Paris and its construction in great detail. After its opening, Louis-Emile Durandelle made a publication…

Retrospective Paul Strand’s Exhibition at V&A museum in London

I first came across Paul Strand's work when I signed up to Ted Forbes podcast about a few years ago. So when I heard about this exhibition, I quickly added it to my calendar with plenty of reminders in order not to miss. I went to the exhibition, two weeks after it opened and it…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Alexey Titarenko

Alexey Titarenko is a Russian photographer and artist who has devoted his life's work to depicting the atmosphere and inhabitants of his city. He draws his inspiration from the music and literature he loved since childhood and his long walks through the city. The past decade, Titarenko has turned his lens on New York. In…

Monday’s Inspiraion – Candida Höfer

Candida Höfer is a German photographer known for her large scale colour images of interiors. Born in Eberswald, Germany in 1944, this photographer likes semi-public spaces such as institutional architecture, in the absence of people as evidenced by he Räume series she started in 1980. Her photographs seem almost like portraits In each of her…