Moonwalk is the latest project from PJ Lam in which she collaborated with Hong Kong artist, Carla Chan.
ABOUT CARLA CHAN:
Carla Chan works with a variety of media including video, installation, photography and interactive media. Much like the never-ending development of new technology Chan considers media art as a medium with infinite possibilities for artistic expressions.
Minimal in style and form Chan’s works often toys with the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion, figure and abstraction. Her recent work focuses on the ambiguity in nature. Bridging natural transformation and unpredictable computer algorithms, her work is consolidated with a cohesive dynamic between form, means and content.
We get excited when our artists suggest doing personal projects and collaborations.
Earlier this year, John-Paul Pietrus teamed up once more with our favourite London based DOP, Louis Mackay.
The result, GENERATION 2018.
We get very excited when our photographers send us personal work which in not commissioned and photographed in the pursuit of development and interest.
In these latest images Richard Wadey decided to capture the magical beauty of light trails in Arctic Finland.
We love and encourage our photographers to produce personal projects. These creative endeavors allow them to showcase without any commercial limitations their strengths and points of view.
This week, our Paris based photographer Jean-Paul Lefret shared with us his latest portraiture series and we are totally blown away.
Fast Management photographer, Jean-Paul Lefret has been working on his Urban Archangels project, “the animism of our civilization” which is translated by a series of urban and contemporary sets in which he photographs young females inspired from icons.
The project was commenced a few years back and counts 29 Icons in the set.
We love the fact that our photographer John-Paul Pietrus makes scrapbooks with his ideas, inspirations and images from his shoots.
Here is a fun page featuring collage images from a shoot he did with one of our all time favorite models Marianne Schrooder.
If you are in Los Angeles this winter, please check out works by Jean-Louis Wolff, part of a group show “The Qi of Modern Cathay” at CANVAS Malibu.
This exhibition, curated by Kim Chu Hahn and PINCOLLECTIVE, explores the fertile heritage of Chinese culture and its various incarnations in the contemporary world.
Jean-Louis Wolff created a series of impactful images taken at a Shanghai based circus.