This body of work by Chinese photographer Stefen Chow explores a simple question. What does it mean to be poor?
Glass - Hiromi MASUDA, Japan
Alexander Calder: Diecinueve discos White, 1961. Colección del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Chicago
Photographer Maja Daniels has shoot twins Monette and Madi fascinated by their identical clothes and synchronized corporal language.
Waterscapes by Hungarian photographer Akos Major
Abstracted photographs of furniture pieces by London based still life photographer Andy Barter
Work by photographer Aaron Farley. These are not photographs of real landscape. The original photographs are of water and clouds and these are photographs of those photographs, turned on their side, moved, reshot, reprinted, cut and folded, and reassembled to create a different scene which still looks familiar.
“Masters on 45s” by Israeli photographer Tamir Sher. Statement by the artist: “I took my old record player and decided to use it in my work before I threw them away. I put a reproduction of an old masters painting and my son’s superheroes on it and took pictures at variable speeds.”