Digital, Kira Braden, Photography

Reconstructing the Past with Bau Hett

L’entre-soi [ L’En-quête ]. Part I. Les Voyages Immobiles By Bau Hett Oriented around nature and gardens, Bau Hett’s series Les Voyages Immobiles acts as personal reflection akin to a diary, framed in a way that seeks to question the pieces of the past that we keep within ourselves. Hett lived in Paris for ten years. As someone coming […]

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Film, James Lewicki, Kira Braden, Photography, Uncategorized

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. […]

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Film, Kira Braden, Photography, Uncategorized

Glassy Banality By Connar Masotti

While scrolling through Connar Masotti’s photos, one can get the sense that they are leafing through pages of old family photos. The glazed-over, dreamy feel of Masotti’s images are reminiscent of snapshots of every day life, veiled under a thin layer of protective plastic, and carefully bound in an aging album. Masotti lives and works in […]

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Kira Braden, Photography

Moody Film Landscapes by Matt Chelf

When Matt Chelf isn’t practicing his main craft as a writer, he can be found taking pictures all around Portland, Oregon. He picked up 35mm as a hobby in the spring of 2015, and hasn’t looked back. He uses a variety of different cameras, some of which have flaws that just make them all the […]

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Kira Braden, Photography

Tokyo Tuisku by Harold Sato

Harold Sato’s photo series, titled Tokyo Tuisku presents many different views of Tokyo city. Sato tells Vulgaris that he is strongly inspired by exploring new ways of expressing daily life within urban settings. He also draws inspiration from photographers like Nakaji Yasui, André Kertész, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, but that his all-time favourite artist is Hiroshige Utagawa, a […]

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