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ART A Maserati in front of the gigantic desert land art installations of Hannsjörg Voth - a project by photographer Nick Meek and RECOM on GoSee NEWS

27.02.2024 • The Voth Maroc Foundation granted photographer Nick Meek permission to photograph works of art by Hannsjörg Voth. Which is why he took a trip to the Moroccan desert together with RECOM, where the archetypal objects – the ‘Stairway to Heaven’, the ‘Golden Spiral’ and the ‘City of Orion’ – are located. Voth constructed his ‘Stairway to Heaven’, whose 52 steps lead up into nothingness, using clay and stone. In the ‘Golden Spiral’, you can descend into the depths of a well.

The shadows cast by the desert land art installations, along with the beautiful golden light, got us thinking about this automotive story, and the lines of the Maserati Boomerang seem to work perfectly with the architecture. Both pieces of art feel lost in time, almost from another world,” says Nick Meek.

RECOM : “Over a series of dawn shoots, Nick and Christoph Bolten (RECOM) discussed what could be added to these unique structures, to counterpoint their amazing forms and jaw-dropping arid landscape setting, before settling on a 1972 Maserati concept car in gold. The smooth angles and precise lines of the car...

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ART GoSee Book Tip : Michael Joseph 'Lost & Found' - the story of American wanderlust, told through portraits of travelers, appearing at Kehrer Publishing

07.02.2024 • Lost & Found’ documents a contemporary American subculture of young travelers through raw, striking portraiture and intimate storytelling. These travelers, as they are referred to, abandon home to move around the country by hitchhiking and freight train hopping in a nomadic, transient existence outside of mainstream society. On their personal journey, driven by wanderlust, escapism, or a search for transient jobs, they find a new family in their traveling friends. The high of freedom, however, does not come without consequence.

Like graffiti on the walls of the city streets they inhabit and the trains they ride, their bodies and faces become the visual storybook of their lives. Their clothing is often a mismatch of found items. Jackets, pants and vests are self-made like a patchwork quilt, using fabric pieces of a fellow traveler’s clothing embellished by metal bottle caps, buttons, safety pins, lighter parts, syringe caps, and patches.

Joseph’s black and white portraits are made in public, on the street, using natural light. His portraits reveal the human condition. They capture...

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ART The Picto Fashion Photography Award 2024 is looking for the best projects by aspiring young photographers - with the support of Olivier Jezequel, an agent at LGA Management

01.02.2024 • Olivier Jezequel from the renowned agency LGA Management, based in Paris and London, is supporting the Picto Fashion Photography Award in 2024. Together with other leading authorities of the photography and art world, he is on the lookout for exciting photography projects by young photographers under the age of thirty. And we have all the details for you.

“For this 26th edition, the Picto Foundation continues to focus on emerging artists and has complemented the Picto Fashion Photography Award with a new grant designed to support young artists in establishing a foothold in the market.

Since 1998, the Picto Fashion Photography Award has been discovering new talent by awarding a style that contributes to photographic creation in the service of fashion and luxury: the originality of the artistic signature and the inspiration sparked by the series will be the assets highlighted by this historic grant with the support of Leica. The le19M de la Photographie des Métiers d’Art grant identifies a signature capable of developing original creative proposals within the fashion crafts: the...


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ART GoSee Tip : Barbara Wolff ‘NEW YORK, SIDEWALK CLOSED’ black & white photographs from New York (2023), appearing at Publishing House LUNIK Berlin

29.01.2024 • Following the success of the ‘METROPOLIS, BERLIN’ photo book – which received the German Photo Book Award in Silver in 2021/22 – photographer Barbara Wolff and Publishing House Lunik Berlin are now presenting their second photo book, ‘NEW YORK, SIDEWALK CLOSED’.

The photographs were taken during a month-long stay in New York in June, 2023. In almost timeless black and white photographs, the photographer shows us the New York of today, as a post-pandemic city that is rising after a dark and destructive time. For her stay, she chose accommodation in four of New York’s boroughs, enabling her to find perspectives in the transition between different environments. She wandered around the big city with light camera equipment – at times accompanied by local photographers who contacted her through her daily Instagram posts. And precisely these followers pushed her photo stories forward.

A much photographed city, she was nonetheless able to wrest her own images with her very own take on the breadth and depth of New York. Indeed, the precision of her imagery reveals many levels of New York...

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ART ‘INBOX’ – new work by MAX VON TREU x OSKAR RINK, the exhibition at Galerie Schimming in Hamburg still on display until 3 February, 2024

19.01.2024 • The exhibition INBOX by MAX VON TREU and artist OSKAR RINK presents new photographic work by the fashion photographer created in collaboration with the artist Oskar Rink. The body of work marks the continuation of their previous collaboration during the pandemic. A selection of this work is also on display in the exhibition.

The body of work also places geometrical shapes at the center of events in the image and becomes an expression of the human search for new places of longing. It tells the story of dramatic social and personal experiences which inspire the need for reorientation in life. Influences that affect people on a daily basis and thus impact their goals and the path they choose.

Born in Leipzig, Oskar Rink studied Fashion Design and Illustration at l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts et techniques de la Mode in Munich and received a master’s degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Contemporary Art Department in London. Since childhood, she and her father, Arno Rink, have engaged in an in-depth exchange of ideas on the creative process of an artist with regard to painting, form...

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