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Nicolai Howalt:  I fotoserien, Slutninger, har Nicolai Howalt, studeret døden i form af den aske, som bliver tilbage efter en kremering af et menneske. En undersøgelse af, hvad det helt konkret ender med efter døden – i dette tilfælde noget så håndgribeligt som en bunke støv i en zinkkasse.

Nicolai Howalt: I fotoserien, Slutninger, har Nicolai Howalt, studeret døden i form af den aske, som bliver tilbage efter en kremering af et menneske. En undersøgelse af, hvad det helt konkret ender med efter døden – i dette tilfælde noget så håndgribeligt som en bunke støv i en zinkkasse.

Nicolai Howalt

Nicolai Howalt

Douglas Huebler: Duration Piece #11, Bradford, Massachusetts (2004.51a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Douglas Huebler: Duration Piece #11, Bradford, Massachusetts (2004.51a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Japanese photographer Kohei Yoshiyukis series of black-and-white photographs from the 1970s. Using a 35mm camera, infrared film, and flash, Kohei documented people who gathered in several of Tokyos parks at night for romantic rendezvous and the many spectators that lurked in the bushes to watch and sometimes participate.

Best of 2013: Kohei Yoshiyuki's "The Park"

Japanese photographer Kohei Yoshiyukis series of black-and-white photographs from the 1970s. Using a 35mm camera, infrared film, and flash, Kohei documented people who gathered in several of Tokyos parks at night for romantic rendezvous and the many spectators that lurked in the bushes to watch and sometimes participate.

Dutch photographers Thijs groot Wassink and Ruben Lundgren work together on photo projects as a duo known as WassinkLundgren. One of their collaborations is a set of street photographs shot on the sidewalks of Tokyo, Japan. Each is a diptych showing the same “decisive moment” shot by both photographers at the same moment, then arranged side by side. Thus, we are given two views of the same moment from different perspectives, something generally unseen in street photography.

Simultaneous Street Photography From Two Different Points of View

Dutch photographers Thijs groot Wassink and Ruben Lundgren work together on photo projects as a duo known as WassinkLundgren. One of their collaborations is a set of street photographs shot on the sidewalks of Tokyo, Japan. Each is a diptych showing the same “decisive moment” shot by both photographers at the same moment, then arranged side by side. Thus, we are given two views of the same moment from different perspectives, something generally unseen in street photography.

Nicolai Howalt, car crash studies, untitled exterior # 10, 2009, C-print

Nicolai Howalt, car crash studies, untitled exterior # 10, 2009, C-print

Foto impresa en hoja natural Binh DanH

Foto impresa en hoja natural Binh DanH

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Nicolai Howalt, car crash 2009

Nicolai Howalt, car crash 2009

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