The Geometry of Innocence

We’d like to reflect on a former project of German renowned photographer and theorist Ken Schles. With his 2001 published book The Geometry of Innocence. Schles’ phrases a well known song of Bob Dylan: Tombstone Blues. The mystery of the meaning of the texts connects to the visual roller coaster of this photo book. The […]

Patti Smith & Robert Mapplethorpe

Patti Smith en Robert Mapplethorpe

Horses, het eerste album van ‘godmother of punk’ Patti Smith, is al bijna 40 jaar oud, maar ze is nog altijd druk in de weer. Vorig jaar bracht ze nog een nieuwe plaat uit en in juni staat ze zelfs 2 avonden in Paradiso. De man waarmee Smith ten tijde van dat eerste album samenwoonde […]


Unknown photographs of the Beatles by Bill Eppridge

Our eye caught a new book on The Beatles with rare photographs of the band, with most of them never published before. The book ‘The Beatles: Six Days that Changed the World. February 1964′ will be on sale from February 4, 2014. In February 1964, photographer Bill Eppridge was on assignment for Life magazine to […]

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Gijsbert Hanekroot

First Years Gijsbert Hanekroot was one of the first photographers to work in Dutch concert photography. His portraits and concert photography now form a big part of contemporary cultural historical awareness. His contributions to Dutch leading music magazine OOR – where Anton Corbijn started as Hanekroot’s assistant – and other media, are now, 30 years […]

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