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Self Service Spring Summer 2016 by Venetia Scott

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Venetia Scott photographs Anna Cholewa, Anna Cleveland, Lina Berg and Cierra Skye for Self Service magazine 2016.

Styled by Poppy Kain
Hair by Sebastien Richard
Make-up by Lotten Holmqvist

Self Service

Ellen Von Unwerth – Girls, 1999

Ellen Von Unwerth - Girls, 1999

Ellen Von Unwerth
Girls, 1999

Chromogenic print
11 x 17 in (27.94 x 43.18 cm)
Signed, dedicated, and dated in black ink on upper left, verso

Kate Bellm – Night Sky Rising

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Kate’s World

Kate Bellm’s solo show, Night Sky Rising until 13 January 2018 at Lamb Arts, London.

Black Balloons II (Big Scale) – Tadao Cern

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Tadao Cern

“Every single day I spend at my studio and my creative process resembles playing. Everything I create comes out of curiosity. The same happened with a project ‘Black Balloons’.

For an extensive amount of time I had an idea to connect two balloons. I found a free minute between the other currently run projects, bought two balloons, and got overwhelmed by the result.

It was so unpretentious and so magical at the same time! That opposition created by two very simple and playful objects once again brought a unique childlike sense of discovery.

This experience uncovers a lot and the more one looks at it, the more it becomes true: “simplicity is a genius”

For the first test I used two regular latex balloons and two different gasses: helium and sulfur hexafluoride – the light and the heavy ones. Later on, I worked out how to make the balloons float in the middle of a glass tank without connecting them to anything… Compositions started to grow more complex and bigger when eventually I was working with 3-meter big custom made balloons… Results can be found below.”

Tadao Cern

Materials: Rubber, plastic, metal, carbon dioxide, helium

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Hugh Holland – Silver. Skate. Seventies.

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Hugh Holland
Silver. Skate. Seventies.

M+B Photo is pleased to announce Silver. Skate. Seventies., an exhibition of black and white photographs by Hugh Holland. The opening of this show will coincide with the grand opening of M+B Photo’s new exhibition space in Hollywood. In Silver. Skate. Seventies., the public will get its first glimpse at the photographer’s never-before-exhibited archive of black and white images, including some of his earliest photographs documenting the rise of the California skateboard revolution in the 70s. The exhibition runs from December 2, 2017 to January 31, 2018, with an opening reception for the artist on Saturday, December 2 from 6 to 8 pm at the new M+B Photo exhibition space in Hollywood.

On a late afternoon in 1975, a young photographer named Hugh Holland drove up Laurel Canyon Boulevard in Los Angeles and encountered skateboarders carving up the drainage ditches along the side of the canyon. Southern California was experiencing a major drought. Emptied suburban swimming pools became evaporated playgrounds for kids with wheels—kick-starting an explosive skateboarding scene. “It spread like wildfire all over Southern California,” says photographer Hugh Holland. “I know it happened in other parts of the world too, but California felt like the center of it all.” Immediately transfixed by their grace and athleticism, he knew he had found an amazing subject. Although not a skateboarder himself, for the next three years Holland never tired of documenting skateboarders surfing the streets of Los Angeles, parts of the San Fernando Valley, Venice Beach and as far away as San Francisco and Baja California, Mexico.

Hugh Holland: Silver. Skate. Seventies., adds a more raw, spontaneous understanding to Holland’s well-known color photographs of the 1970’s skating scene. Though now he is most closely associated with his later work in color, the artist began his photographic documentation of the skateboard revolution shooting in black and white. Holland shot these negatives while experimenting with new ideas and often for his own enjoyment. These early black and white images were in many ways the genesis for his later color works—providing us with a rare glimpse behind the creative curtain.

M+B Photo

Emanuela D’Ambrosi – Invisible Monster

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Invisible Monster

Emanuela D’Ambrosi, 28, degree in photography at the European Institute of Design in Rome. She owes everything to the photograph which has enabled it to create a deep relationship with reality, to receive it at will. She abandoned her studies in Psychology to follow the path that most preferred, convinced that the two disciplines would complete each other, she preferred to speak in the first person, keeps on having a great passion for the workings of the human mind and the latent intentions of individuals. Citing Susan Sontag: “a photograph is both a pseudo-presence and an indication of a lack”

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Private Nudes – Leonardo Glauso

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Private Nudes
Photography by Leonardo Glauso

Series of images from Italian fashion photographer Leonardo Glauso’s new book “Private Nudes” available from Goliath Books.

Stylishly Independent

“Who are these women showing their most beautiful sides – fashion models or “just” good-looking students? Whether or not there is even a difference, or if they are interrelated, isn’t important. One thing is definite; they are all very young, pretty and spontaneous.

Italian fashion photographer Leonardo Glauso has captured these natural beauties, specifically for himself. A cross between a nude fashion shoot and private snapshots. Beautiful, sexy – simply erotic. Glauso’s photography sways far from moral norms, his models stand for freedom of sexual expression. What more could one ask for in a time of growing censorship, a time when politicians could care less about free artistic development, or even perceive it as “evil.” Thank you Leonardo Glauso. Thank you to all who stand against this with their stylish nude photography. And of course, thank you to these natural beauties. I love you all.”

Private Nudes
ISBN: 978-3-95730-024-9
US$34.99 – GBP22.99 – €24.99

Goliath

Timber – Dangyuongji

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Dangyuongji

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesa
Photography by Von Mitchell

Von Mitchell Visuals

Ello

A Person – Dangyuongji

A Person
Dangyuongji

Brydie Mack – Lack of Color

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Photography by Brydie Mack
Model & Stylist Alex Spencer
H&M by Aniam Ilczarczyk

Bryana Holly by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine

Bryana Holly photographed by David Bellemere for the latest Treats! magazine

Bryana Holly photographed by David Bellemere for the latest Treats! magazine.

Treats! Magazine

Lina Sandberg by Jurij Treskow

Lina Sandberg by Jurij Treskow

Lina Sandberg
Photography by Jurij Treskow
Paris, 2014

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