Chen Shu-chen • Belfast Photo Festival

Sunday, 18 June 2017 Comments off

“Look at those luscious things. You could just eat them up.” Shauna Lyon • New Yorker

Dana Lixenberg

Saturday, 10 June 2017 Comments off

“I like the meaning of small blunder, because you only learn and live through mistakes, and there’s always a small blunder in every book. If not, then I put one in.” Winfried Heininger in conversation with Jacob Charles Wilson • Paper Journal

Marcelo Nizzoli • Tate Modern

Friday, 9 June 2017 Comments off

“Photographing is an utterly unnatural act that is able to slice the flow of time into tiny segments.” Massimiliano T. Rezza in conversation with Francesca Marcaccio • Paper Journal

Jin Zhu • In a clearing

Thursday, 8 June 2017 Comments off

“I’m keenly aware of the lack of originality in my own work. I really see myself as belonging to a genre of photography, where there has been produced so much work of such a high level of quality that it forces me to improve myself continuously. I guess the most important aspect of this—to me—is that it removes focus from novelty and, instead, towards quality.” Lars Rolfsted Mortensen in conversation with Steve Bisson • Urbanautica

Andrew J. Sacks

Wednesday, 7 June 2017 Comments off

“My interest is to question our society, I find it more interesting to ask a simple question about a complex topic than the other way around. It’s like explaining a complex project to a child. I am not saying my audience is like a child, but it’s always more interesting to use simple words to explain something complex than the other way around. I guess I am trying to do something similar with my photography.” Philippe Braquenier in conversation with Nathalie Vissers • Urbanautica

Sarah Pannell • In a clearing

Tuesday, 6 June 2017 Comments off

“I want you to look past our appearance, I want you to properly study our people, our culture, and I want you to stop with your vintage, patronising crap.” Zoe Paterson MacInnes, qtd. by John MacPherson • Duckrabbit

Dimitris Kechris

Monday, 5 June 2017 Comments off

“Just as the role of photography changes within the digital communication environment, so does the role of the person who is evolved in creating photography. We are not living in a post-photographic world, but we are living within a new-photographic one and that change demands a new type of photographer.” Grant Scott • United Nations of Photography