Wimbledon Car boot far too early in the morning and some finds
rare Ethopian pendant ring
Rare Ethiopian pendant ring
This is a solid silver, too small to wear as a ring unless you have a…
Researching Portobello Road and some new friends
Im absolutely exhausted after two days travelling up and down the Portobello Road in the sharp December cold talking to dealers, watching people and looking at the variety of things on the Portobello. I obviously gravitate towards the tribal dealers and…
Adam Katseff, To Start A Fire, 2009
8x10 inch contact print
This image appears in the exhibition On First Contact at Panopticon Gallery in Boston from Sept 12 - Jan 14, 2014.
"The future of photography as an art might lie in the form of a hybrid, which finds very different expressions online, in an exhibition, and in a photobook, expressions that are connected and that refer to each other and push each other. This would be a dynamic model that I would find very interesting and in which the photobook would have a new role."
The Mirror - Invisible Forces by Diana Blok and Marlo Broekmans 1978-1982
"Diana Blok and Marlo Broekmans formed a unique photographic duo who developed into a well known body of work called Invisible Forces. They collaborated as a single artist from 1978 thru 1981. Historically it is the only example we know of two women photographers, with both their signatures on all prints.
Basing their work mainly on self-portraiture, they related totally in the conception and composition of ideas, sharing roles as director behind the camera and actress in front of it. They concurred in the darkroom as well as in the business of selling and distributing the final product. Invisible Forces was exhibited throughout the world, impacting the public as well as influencing many artists at the time.
This unusual partnership was not based on a political conviction like socialism or feminism, but on knowing each other’s dreams and thoughts; illogical and mystical, with love as the basic drive.”