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Cristina Garcia Rodero
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Guy Le Querrec
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Peter van Agtmael
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British, b. 1952, d. 2016
Feb 17, 2017
In late January, Peter van Agtmael traveled to Guantanamo Bay to photograph the controversial US military prison. Established under the George W. Bush administration during the War on Terror and constructed within the existing US Navy base, the compound was intended to hold the most dangerous terror suspects. Barack Obama was unable to follow through with his promise to close the detention camp but...
A.A. Gill: 1954-2016
Dec 15, 2016
British restaurant critic and author Adrian Anthony (A.A.) Gill has died at the age of 62. The award winning Sunday Times' journalist had recently revealed he had cancer.
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The English Cathedral by Peter Marlow
Apr 19, 2016
Peter Marlow’s photographs depicting all 42 of the cathedrals of the Church of England are to be exhibited inside The Chapel of Industry at Coventry Cathedral. This is the first time that the work has been displayed in one of the cathedrals featured in the series, and the first time the project has been exhibited outside of London. The display is a continuation of Coventry Cathedral’s tradition of,...
Shooting 'The English Cathedral' 2011
Oct 22, 2012
Canterbury Cathedral September 2011
Everything about this work was about the preparation. Once I had decided that the right approach was to only photograph with all the interior lights off, the hardest thing to do was to convince each Cathedral to let me do this. It required a vast number of telephone calls and follow up e-mails for them to give me access before sunrise and arranging for staff to...
Sometimes you need to stop taking pictures and just start looking
May 31, 2012
Potter Heigham Bridge Norfolk May 2012
I spent the weekend sailing in the Norfolk Broads. There is a very low Roman bridge in Potter Heigham, which only has a clearance of about six and a half feet and can only be navigated by waiting for low tide and lowering the mast of the yacht. It is a hair raising experience steering through and wondering if you will actually make it through without crashing....