Tyler Boley

An American tourist's view of Italy
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Part of developing body of personal black and white photography.
All prints are for sale. Contact

Carolyn Frayn

Selections from the shoebox
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Prices on request

Pablo Kolodny

una mujer en el agua/woman in water series
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tina/negrA    texto en castellano  text in english
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Centro Cultural Recoleta - Secretaría de Cultura - Gobierno de la Ciudad
Junín 1930 (1113) Buenos Aires - Argentina
19.12.2002 - 19.01.2003

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Bernd Langmack

Industrial Landscape, Ruhrgebiet
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“By courtesy of Tim Spragens I have the opportunity to show a bit of my photographic work on this site. I have chosen industrial landscapes mainly because I am living in the city of Essen (Germany), which is sometimes called the 'Ruhrgebiet-Metropole'.

“I have been photographing the relics of the industrial age here since the early eighties of the last century. The Ruhrgebiet has been the main industrial region of Germany for about 200 years and has been heavily marked by coal mines and steelworks and their logistics. Today most of the former 200 coal mines are abandoned or vanished completely, less than ten of them continue producing.

“There was a time when people wanted to forget about the industrial heritage - but today it is widely accepted that the history of labour and industry is part of the cultural development of mankind. My photographs are intended to support this view.

“Photographs are available as single Digital Carbon Prints or as Portfolios containing 6, 12 or 18 pictures printed on archival papers.
Prices on request

Nina Contini Melis

Manif, demonstrations on the streets of Paris
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prices on request

Julian Thomas

personal work
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All prints are for sale. Please contact me at
see also Julian's Found Objects Gallery

Martin Wesley

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“I find myself reluctant to speak of my photographs in advance of your looking at them. Hopefully they stand on their own and as a group, although this collection is a bit more eclectic than I would like. I cannot really articulate why I take photographs. I only know that it satisfies, at least partially, some inner urge or complusion. As to why I took these particular images I can only say that the compositions appealed to me at the time.”