Check Out These Rare and Beautiful Childhood Photos of Frida Kahlo by Her Father, GuillermoJune 1, 2021
Have you ever imagined what artists looked like when they were kids? Well, in this case, you don’t even have to use your imagination. Frida Kahlo was lucky enough to be a photographer’s daughter and he took her...
Secrets of Ghost Photography in the 19th CenturyApril 11, 2021
Spirit photography, photographs that allegedly show ghosts, have always captured the eye. They are peculiar, bizarre, but above all else horrifying. Their appearance is connected to the beginnings of photography and Spiritism of the 19th century. Spiritism was...
Meet the Ukrainian Railroad LadiesMarch 9, 2021
Every once in a while there appears a piece of news describing a quirky, unknown, or forgotten occupation. Sometimes it’s the lightkeepers in a historical lighthouse, while other times it is whale watchers or remote house guardians. But...
5 Swedish Pioneering Female Photographers You Should Get to KnowMarch 6, 2021
Mainstream history often overlooks women’s contributions. That’s why the fact that in Scandinavian countries, women took up photography as a profession from the early days, and were as successful as male photographers, remains unknown by most. Let’s change...
Paris Through the Lens of Early PhotographersFebruary 22, 2021
Paris is a centuries old city which witnessed many ground-breaking moments. One of them was the first photograph of a living human being ever taken! Inspired by this discovery, I’ll take you on a journey back in time,...
Nostalgic Futurism in the Photography of Mária ŠvarbováFebruary 15, 2021
Mária Švarbová is a talented, young, Slovakian, female photographer. She is known for her conceptual and minimalistic photographic series, immersed in a Socialist Modernist architecture and radiating an intimate atmosphere, ruled geometry, and color balance. The Swimming Pool...
Eli Rezkallah: I Created My Own Fantasy WorldFebruary 11, 2021
We all know the iconic lyrics for the James Brown song “It’s a Man’s Man’s World”. Since 1966 it reminds us that the world has always been of men, in the wake of an America in which being...
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