In their heyday, Semipalatinsk-16 and Moscow-10 weren’t represented on a map. There were no street signs to lead you there. And if you wanted to live there, the KGB had to approve your relocation with the proper security clearances. 270 more words
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Nadav Kander’s latest landscape series “Dust” is exhibited at Flowers, Kingsland Road, London until 11 October 2014.
All photographers make an aesthetic decision when they choose a viewpoint and frame a photo, but aetheticisation goes beyond this to making “pleasingly beautiful” or “idealised”1 landscapes. 386 more words
Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Aaron Huey’s photographs from the Svaneti region of Georgia’s Caucasus Mountains where centuries-old traditions live on. The beautifully executed National Geographic photo essay provides a fascinating look at the remote Svans community, in Huey’s unmistakable style. 207 more words
"Dust," Nadav Kander's new exhibition and monograph, explores the radioactive ruins of secret cities on the border between Kazakhstan and Russia
Nadav Kander‘s latest fine-art photo project, “Dust,” explores the vestiges of the Cold War through the radioactive ruins of secret cities on the border between Kazakhstan and Russia. 378 more words
Neiman Marcus commissioned Nadav Kander to photograph this year’s highly anticipated “Art of Fashion” campaign, which is making its premiere in the September edition of the luxury retailer’s publication… 350 more words