'Visions' - Interview with Chutian Shu

Chutian Shu is a New York based Chinese artist. Her work investigates surrealistic narrative which explores how people pose and interact unexpectedly with anonymous objects can create unfamiliar but poetic sceneries in both institutional and natural environment where we experience everyday.

Red Ink: An Interview with Max Pinckers

A photographer accustomed to staging and controlling scenes in order to create his images, in 2017 Max Pinckers traversed into an environment that was completely staged, and yet absolutely out of his control when he traveled to North Korea on assignment for the New York Times. In his book Red Ink, Pinckers captures images from the capital city Pyongyang.

'Carrie': The Final Scare...Readers Beware!

Thinking about “Carrie”, Sissy Spacek drenched in pig’s blood strikes a chord among cultural icons, but the classic film’s final scene astounds throughout cinema.The film’s surface layer illuminates a splatter flick, rather than the allegory of high school being Hell on Earth.

Photojournalism: A Dangerous Year

“For me, the strength of photography lies in its ability to evoke a sense of humanity. If war is an attempt to negate humanity, then photography can be perceived as the opposite of war and if it is used well it can be a powerful ingredient in the antidote to war.” – James Nachtwey