Moral Photography by James Lewicki

In the 21st century, two major interrelated technological factors have greatly changed how we take photos and how we engage with photography. The first major change was the advent of increasingly affordable digital technology allowing more photos to be taken more often by more people, and cheaper than ever before. I should also mention digital editing technology, which changed the level of control a photographer could exercise over a photo once it is taken. However, this improvement is overstated by those unfamiliar with analog editing technology. It is more an improvement in access than in capacity.

Luca Baioni Reveals Hidden Aspects of Reality in his Series “Demons”

Ethereal clouds of corpse-gray with violent reds, and puke yellow smiles strained with greed, these are Luca Baioni's Demons. These are not the angels who god did not spare, imprisoning them in chains of darkness, held for justice. They are free, and human-esk. Though, perhaps, too are sinning angels. Where these scenes are is another great … Continue reading Luca Baioni Reveals Hidden Aspects of Reality in his Series “Demons”

Future Blue Is Waiting For You by Ole Marius Joergensen

Ole Marius Joergensen practices a different type of conceptual photography from what we normally feature on Vulgaris. Like most of our other features, his work centres around and explores a central concept or theme. However, what makes Joergensen special, is that his work is not only conceptual, but narrative. When asked what he enjoys about photography … Continue reading Future Blue Is Waiting For You by Ole Marius Joergensen

A Conversation with Austrian Photographer Karl Hoedl

With a natural eye for capturing thought-provoking images and a formal education in photography, Karl Hoedl has created an exceptional collection of photographic works. From his eye-catching and serene "Thirty-four parking lots", to works that capture intimate content like "The Anniversary Year", Hoedl has worked on a variety of projects and been featured in numerous exhibitions. … Continue reading A Conversation with Austrian Photographer Karl Hoedl

The Celestial Eye by Joseph Cucciniello

When you first glance through Joseph Cucciniello's work you can't help but wonder, "are these objects subjects, or some sort of physical obstacle that the revelation of his work hides slightly behind?" Undoubtedly he is a photographer, but his goal feels less to capture than to search. These images are taken in Indiana, Philadelphia, Buffalo, New … Continue reading The Celestial Eye by Joseph Cucciniello