The Infoversum 3D theater on the outskirts of downtown Gronigen consists of a projection dome surrounded by a construction of Cor-ten steel - Groningen, The Netherlands
Blue Birds, a light-installation by the French creative studio Pitaya, was one of the highlights of the 2012 Ghent Light Festival and is now on permanent display. The work took inspiration from the famous fairy tale L’Oiseau Bleu (The Blue Bird) by the Ghent Nobel Prize winner Maurice Maeterlinck - Predikherenlei, Ghent, Belgium
Saul Leiter at FOMU: I always love to swing by FOMU... Right now FOMU presents a retrospective of the work of Saul Leiter a pioneer of color photography. Leiter – who died in November 2013 –was a photographer whose boundary-defying work segued effortlessly from street scenes to formal portraiture, from fashion to architecture, and which also embraced painting and sculpture. Elliptical, poetic, beautifully crafted, Leiter’s images are impossible to pin down. They rarely show us the New York we think we know. Yet they could never be of anywhere else. Beautiful!!!! - Antwerp, Belgium.
Port House is the newest addition to Antwerp’s skyline. This funky and innovative building, with roots in the past, is the new headquarters of the Antwerp Port Authority that accommodates over 500 employees. The bottom part was once a fire station.
Together with a striking and contemporary superstructure in the shape of a diamond - a monumental design of the famous architect Zaha Hadid Architects - the building makes up the entire Port House - Antwerp, Belgium.
Pictures of those who made great contributions to the world at display on the fence of Le Pantheon, the memorial temple of French historical figures – Paris, France.
Journalists are waiting for STING's arrival outside the Bataclan. STING reopened the Bataclan theatre the night before the anniversary of the ISIS blood bath a year ago. ISIS terrorists opened fire on concertgoers, slaughtering 90 innocent people, during the attack in Paris on November 13 last year - Paris, France.
Visiting Paris Photo 2016 with amazing Kristian Skeie… #kskeie is a documentary photographer who has been following life after the genocide in Rwanda, Bosnia and now in Irak. Sitting in a Paris café after visiting this year’s Photo Fair. Kristian speaks with passion about his work that is both inspiring and chilling. Some of the stories are so heart breaking, yet the message that comes from his work is one of hope and a powerful reminder of how important photography is at preserving memory.
Remembering the victims massacred by ISIS terrorists... ISIS terrorists opened fire on concertgoers, slaughtering 90 innocent people, during the attack in Paris on November 13 last year - Paris, France
"Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them."
I just like to take pictures, I just push the button. I never worked in the darkroom, I never studied photography or journalism; I’m just a passionate photographer.
"Success is the ability to go from failure to failure, without a loss of enthusiasm”
Sir Winston Churchill
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