Emerging: Molly Macindoe’s Old-School Rave Photography
Forget everything you knew about raves and the free party scene – a new photography book by Molly Macindoe captures the subculture from a breathtakingly intimate perspective.
Emerging: Tara Sellios’ modern vanitas photography
“In the midst of life we are in life.” And in Tara Sellios’ viscerally dark pictures, there’s no better way to show that than a pig’s head or two.
Julian Vassallo’s self-portraits take us to the woods
The deep, dark, mostly-NSFW woods, that is.
Art Talk: Sam Laughlin’s Favourite Works
Sam Laughlin’s captivating series of photographs explore aspects of the world around us.
Jane Hilton’s precious brothel portraits
The award-winning photographer lived with prostitutes in Nevada, capturing them for her new series, Precious. NSFW for nudity.
Tereza Zelenkova’s Dark Wonderland
The Saatchi Gallery artist tells us how her challenging photography reflects a reality not based on reason.
Girls At Home: Interview with photographer Georgie Wileman
Boys By Girls editor and photographer Georgie Wileman tells us more about her project Girls At Home, which sees her capturing female models in moments of quiet intimacy.
EMERGING: Rebekah Campbell
Photographer Rebekah Campbell has shot for ROOKIE magazine, IMG Models and a host of other clients and publications – not bad for a 20-year-old student from Georgia, USA. But it’s her youth-oriented portrait photography that caught our eye.
CATLIN GUIDE: Virgilio Ferreira’s spiritual, soft-focus photography
Portuguese artist Virgilio Ferreira deals with the uncanny and intangible. His light-as-a-feather photography weaves in and out of focus, playing with perception and sight. The Catlin Guide-shortlisted artist tells us about his work.
Catlin Guide: Juno Calypso’s hyper-artificial La La Land photography
Juno Calypso specialises in elaborately glossy photographic set-ups – and has her tongue firmly planted in cheek. Her arch, unsettling photography landed her an appearance in the soon-to-be-launched Catlin Guide 2013, the definitive artistic British Who’s Who of graduate talent. Wonderland dive in.
Marc Lagrange: Sex, sepia and Polaroid photography
If Helmut Newton as the pioneer who introduced eroticism to photography, Marc Lagrange is one of his worthy heirs to the art. Heaving with lust and glamour, his sexually-charged large format photography might just overwhelm the fainthearted. Wonderland takes a deep NSFW breath and dives in.
You might not know Nabil Elderkin's name, but you'll definitely have seen his work as NABIL. The Australian photographer and filmmaker extraordinaire is behind some of the most iconic photos and music videos of the past decade, including Antony & The Johnson's Cut the World' and Frank Ocean's 'Pyramids'. Wonderland get into the mind of […]
EMERGING: Tom Beard
Tom Beard’s shot everyone from Florence Welch to Hercules & Love Affair, but his own personal photography’s a much more downbeat, street-wise affair: mice in their death throes, little paws clutching at air; boys on a council estate staring suspiciously at the outsider in their midst. Wonderland talks to Twickenham boy made good.
EMERGING: Kim Jakobsen To
Norwegian-turned-Londoner Kim Jakobsen To has shot for everyone from Acne to Canon (and Wonderland, of course), but it's his unpretentious, intimate and entirely lovely portraits that really caught our eye. We talk to him about Birdland, his exhibition at Rove Gallery.
EMERGING: Antonio Marguet
best way to fix your credit Surreal, plastic and really rather fantastic: that’s Antonio Marguet‘s photography to a tee. Ahead of his solo show at Hirst-owned gallery Other Criteria, we talk to the Saatchi Gallery New Sensations shortlist-er about his hyper-glossy art.
EMERGING: Josh Greet
We’ve all spent our share of time scrolling Tumblr’s infinite supply of animated gifs, but young photographer Josh Greet took things further and started making his own. And in between shooting gifs for Adidas Originals and Illustrated People, the Plymouth College of Art graduate isn’t short of work.
EMERGING: Karen Storey
In an age of Instagram and smartphones, we’re swamped in a constant stream of pictures. So imagine how refreshing it is when a newcomer rips up the rulebook and creates images from a leftfield perspective. Self-taught photographer Karen Storey works with light installations and props to create a surreal environment.
EMERGING: Jonny Briggs
Jonny Briggs is a family man – sort of. The Caitlin Art Prize finalist investigates and interrogates his childhood by photographing his parents in ways that are alternately unsettling, comic and elegiac. We speak to the Royal College of Art graduate here.
DENNIS MORRIS: This Is The One
Dennis Morris is the first man of British music photography – bar none. His iconic pictures of Bob Marley and Johnny Rotten have graced the walls of many a first-year uni student’s walls. This time, he’s back with a photo book of the Stone Roses, This Is The One. Wonderland talks to the maestro himself.
KRISTY LEIBOWITZ: journalism meets art
Photographer Kristy Leibowitz boldly trains her eye on artists and models, capturing their essence and character in ways that surprise, shock and charm. Wonderland talks to her about her tabloid and Daily Mail roots, and how a Busta Rhymes music video kickstarted her photography career.
EMERGING… Neringa Rekasiute
Russian doll princesses, nature goddesses with pet pheasants: Neringa Rekasiute takes pictures of magic, transforming her models into peculiar, ethereal fairy tales. Wonderland speaks to her about deadlines, visions, and how anyone can be a photographer – even a monkey.
IF YOU LEAVE: Black × Motto, Berlin
A part of an ongoing pop-up exhibition at Motto’s Berlin store, If You Leave – artist and curator Laurence Von Thomas’s 2009-present digital and print series which invites contributions from shoegazing and boundary-pushing photographers the globe over – presented its second bound volume “Black” on Friday. He spoke Wonderland about it.
BRIAN FINCKE: “Construction”
From the hip photographerBrian Fincke chats to Wonderland about his new book, “Construction” – which took him to building site mazes across New York City over a two and a half year stretch.