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Archive November 2009

Artist of the Week – Christian Leitner

November 9, 2009 by · 15 comments

Mariana Velichkova’s interview with the fashion photographer Christian Leitner How has photography become an important part of your life? A benefit of working at a university is that you can travel a lot to places you would normally not visit as a tourist, so I started to take pictures wherever I went. But the real […]

The Week… Mountains with Gabriel Garcia Marquez

November 9, 2009 by · No comments

Photo: kiwinz *** “The interpretation of our reality through patterns not our own, serves only to make us ever more unknown, ever less free, ever more solitary.” *** Photo: Cessna 206 *** “If God hadn’t rested on Sunday, He would have had time to finish the world.”


November 7, 2009 by · No comments

Chantal Bizzini Photo: fauxto_digit To Eric Dolphy Streaks, colors split into blaring gold, mystic rays, pouring from blue-grey clouds, decompose in rose strips, stretched thick chalk of reverbating sea, wild mauve and deep purple, new fusion of tender shades then more somber congealed by sun’s fall disappearing back there, at the edge of the inhabited […]

Patchouli And The Trojan Horse

November 6, 2009 by · No comments

Robert Baker Photo: jenny downing In a quiet conversation over drinks with my very most new friend, some woman wafting by Patchouli explodes the Trojan horse that I keep up my nose. She asks if I’m OK, my maybe new friend does, “A far away look. My, my how rude.” She smiles. I smile back […]

Internal World

November 5, 2009 by · No comments

By Therese Halscheid Photo: Kamen Ferdinandov father’s view Do not force me to want these shadowy doctors and faint strangers or look anymore at their leaning over, not when I can open my eyes inward not while I watch, in sleep, the forgotten films, hours of old reels of my life replaying.

To My Mom (the daughter of my grandmother)

November 4, 2009 by · 2 comments

Milena Valkanova Photo: akshay moon Mom, there are times when your hand in mine feels like throbbing of a thousand lives together. We are the unsundered chain of blood meandering within the riverbeds where our great grandmothers threw their daughters like bread on the water. Now is a time to let your mother walk on […]

What an Awful Pleasure

November 3, 2009 by · No comments

Roumen Leonidov Photo: madmolecule awful pleasure thinking is. Even if a person thinks whether it’s worth thinking. It’s awful when one reclines in repose and doesn’t want and cannot think about one’s brains. It’s awful that homo sapiens doesn’t think. And there comes the homunculus and there comes the homunculus stalin-hitler and with what an […]

Artist of the Week: Maria Jose Rivera – crossing the barrier between wakefulness and dreams

November 2, 2009 by · 2 comments

An interview with Maria Jose Rivera by Ani Vasileva She always has admired the way people expresses their emotions. She doesn’t care how they do it. Everyone has an inner world and any way they choose to express it is fine with her. She believes the most important thing about taking photos is having a […]