Vulgaris had the pleasure to interview Sergei Sviatchenko, a Ukrainian-born collager, photographer, painter, filmmaker, and fashion designer who now calls Denmark his home. A provocateur in the world of contemporary art, Sviatchenko's collages and paintings have been exhibited in Denmark, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, England, Canada, and the United States, and featured in magazines like Dazed … Continue reading An Expression of Flair with Sergei Sviatchenko
Whether she decides to go with softer tones or uses the caustic influence of household chemicals to enhance her work, Rox is able to capture horizons from the natural world and turn them into something almost mythical.
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”
The project titled From Here was collected, shot and curated by Kirra Kimbrell and Rachel King. The text is a collaboration by both women, and the images are shot by them and also include found photographs from a family archive. I don’t recall the day you were born but I remember the space you’ve created every moment … Continue reading Pondering Time and Collective Experience in Creative Duo Kirra Kimbrell and Rachel King’s ‘From Here’
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
After moving to New York to further pursue an instruction in photography that began in Jerusalem, Niv Rozenberg began photographing his immediate surroundings in the Brooklyn neighbourhood of Bushwick. The series that grew out of these snippets is called Boswijck, a reference to Bushwick’s historic name: “little town in the woods.” Settled by the Dutch … Continue reading Functional Beauty in Brooklyn with Niv Rozenberg
POP POP POP is an apt name for Anne-Sophie Landou’s series, which modifies popular imagery and forms to challenge the status and effects of those symbols. If you’ll allow it: she pops pop with pop. Landou’s technique reimagines previously captured images by manipulating them to different effects. Changes to the colour palette are common, often … Continue reading POP POP POP by Anne-Sophie Landou
Romantic. That's the first word that jumps to mind when you scroll through the photography of Emily Hawkins. Although whether or not to call it photography could be debated. Is it mixed media, or a form of nonphotography instead? Perhaps, in this brazen digital age such questions are mute. Whatever else it may be, it … Continue reading Emily Hawkins’ Visual Bildungsroman