Bertien Van Manen, “Moonshine”, 2014

Moonshine is probably the most interesting work I have seen this year. Her approach has a lovely sense of family, and her style of point and shoot photography looks amazing. I can’t wait to put my hands on this book

Time Lightbox has a great article about her work in Appalachia.

I recently participated in a collective exhibition (“ONZE”) here in my town, and I made a small photo essay, called “Essay on Liberation”.
This exhibition will be at the Gallery of the Town Hall of Vila Franca de Xira, until 18 of Jully, and will be attended by other artists of the town.

I recently participated in a collective exhibition (“ONZE”) here in my town, and I made a small photo essay, called “Essay on Liberation”.

This exhibition will be at the Gallery of the Town Hall of Vila Franca de Xira, until 18 of Jully, and will be attended by other artists of the town.

Mark Steinmetz, “Little League Baseball”, 1986-1990

I love Mark Steinmetz’s works. this in particular reminds me a soccer team club of my town. It catches the good and real spirit of the young team sports. More photos of this work here

Trent Parke, “Minutes to Midnight” (2013)

A short interview with Elliott Erwitt.

In this turn of the century, all of these legends became prophets of the photographic apocalypseAs Robert Frank, Ewitt seems quite negative about the future of photography. Is there any reason for this concern?