Two suggestions for the weekend:

Private and Public is a work by Danish photographer Simon Hoegsberg. Simon placed himself for one year in a fixed spot in Marble Arch, London and took pictures of the people that passed by. This website is the final presentation of that project, with galleries split according to the four seasons. This is a project that impresses mainly because of the strength of those everyday faces and because of their natural expressions - no one is posing, there are no "actors" here.

Secondly, a totally different proposal: unstill, Laurent Ziegler's website that presents several galleries of beautiful black and white photos of modern dance shows. It is a heart-felt homage to an art form that the photographer loves and that he manages to execute perfectly.


Site update

Site update: new gallery digital minimalism and some new photos in the galleries les gens, self-something and polaroid.


Franco Fontana

Gallery of polaroids by this Italian master of colour photography.


Simon Ladefoged

Website of Danish photographer Simon Ladefoged. Simple and elegant design, with six galleries of excellent colour photographs.

Martin Fuchs - Photographien aus Portugal in Schwarz und Weiss

Martin Fuchs is an Austrian photographer who visited Portugal for three times in the last three years and this site is the result of those visits. Photographs of places, of people, of architecture, of landscapes, that show a cunning look that goes much beyond the typical tourist photography. Well worth a detailed visit.


William Gedney, selected works

This website shows some of the work of American photographer William Gedney (1932-1989). It's well worth the visit, there are some extraordinary photographs on the site.



Something new on this website - from now on, this zone will show all the updates to the site, as well as links to other sites or other information about photography that I think may be relevant to mention.
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