Café Mondriaan in Toledo, Ohio, USA
Every time I leave Amsterdam to pay a visit to the sticks, I have this imagination. As if in the sticks there is something authentic and genuine to be experienced. When I go abroad I suffer from the same imagination. There isn’t anything interesting abroad or wherever. Continue Reading →
In 1937 a book was published with the look of a photo novel: Photocrimes.
On every double page you were presented with a criminal case and asked to point out the wrongdoer. A couple of small images, text written under it, that was the only information you got. Continue Reading →
One month of signs protesting against the banking system.
Starting form 16 October 2011 until 16 November 2011.
An average of 10 a day.
In 1971 a South Vietnamese helicopter was shot down above Laos. On board Larry Burrows, photographer for Life. Not even Eugene Smith managed to catch the desperation on the faces of both aggressors and victims the way Larry Burrows could. http://bit.ly/rosMjH
In the crash Burrows burned to death, no remains to be found. 27 years later this Leica was dug up at the crash site. The serial number indicates it belonged to Larry Burrows. That’s what gives classic 35mm camera’s soul in comparison to the modern digital ones, some manage to survive you.
Photo Ronen Zilberman / AP Photo