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Drik’s 2015 Calendar: “Intimacy”

  INTIMACY Quiet moments, tender thoughts, wistful emptiness make up our love songs. Raindrops on misty windowpanes, the cool breeze of dusk, dry leaves, fill our odes to belonging. We pine. Almost inaudibly we whisper, I miss you. Intimacy is … Continue reading

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Intelligent People All Have One Thing In Common: They Stay Up Later Than You

When the moon beckons LIFE • LAUREN MARTIN •JUL 28, 2014 – 3:00PM There’s an electricity in the moon. A pulse, a magic, an energy. A bewitching entrancement unlike that of the sun. The moon is for things unseen, things done in the shadows … Continue reading

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Nature’s Ballet

Celebrating the beauty of snowflakes Artist Vyacheslav Ivanov has released a microscopic timelapse video that documents snowflakes while they crystalize. Though it doesn’t appear Ivanov’s written much about how he recorded these magical moments, the timelapse is captivating nonetheless. Enjoy … Continue reading

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Call for themes: Chobi Mela VIII

Theme for Chobi Mela VIII Win a festival catalogue! Deadline: 28 February 2014 Propose your theme for Chobi Mela VIII, January 2015 Chobi Mela, the international festival of photography since its inception in 2000 has aimed at exploring the semiotics … Continue reading

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Old Dhaka by Munem Wasif

Belonging: A book by Munem Wasif Preface by Christian Caujolle It only takes a single glance to recognize a classic. The confirmation can be seen here, in this direct, forthright photography — the same quality that came through in the … Continue reading

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2D Or Not 2D

My research for the curatorial presentation at the Angkor Wat festival led me to many interesting bodies of work. I had help from several areas. The photographers themselves, particularly Pedro Meyer, Frad Baldwin and Wendy Watriss of Fotofest, were many … Continue reading

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The Trial of Tony Blair

Channel 4. 2007 A very well made film. Fiction, but too close to the truth to be comfortable. I can’t believe this film hasn’t gone viral. Are people even scared of watching a spoof? C’mon folks. Share this widely. 

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