Navigating through Marianna Rothen’s work is like uncovering a box of old photographs from a time long since past. You feel a nostalgic pang as you ask yourself where the subjects of the photos might be now. But then you start to realize that these photos aren’t as old as you might have thought, and upon researching more into these images, it seems that the people she shoots aren’t from a different time at all. Not only does Marianna have an eye for the narrative and capturing cinematic moments on emotionally charged sets, but her post processing and the technicality of her trade is breathtaking to witness. We strongly encourage you to dive deeper into her work and visit her site here, and follow her on tumblr here.
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Benjamin Le Brun
Benjamin Le Brun had sent me his photo series The center of spare-time activities a while ago. That was at the height of the pandemic. Originally the series was intended as an homage to shopping mall culture and to illustrate "the transformation of shopping centres in France".
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I was walking through Berlin Mitte the other day when some artwork in a boutique store's window display stopped me in my tracks. I felt the sudden urge to dust off my backpack and get on the road right away.
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