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The Freezing City At the city’s new Ice and Snow Park, chilly winds blew snowflakes around the world’s largest indoor ski park, a potent symbol of China’s ambitions to turn itself into a winter sports powerhouse ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Oct. 01, 2017
Magnum and Me: A Personal View As the agency turns 70, Magnum’s Executive Director David Kogan offers an intimate perspective on photography and why it matters Aug. 30, 2017
The Famous Volcanic Spectacles in the World 1.Laki Volcano in the Iceland 2.The Kilauea Volcano of America 3.Sangay of Ecuador 4. Krakatoa of Indonesia Aug. 17, 2017
Coming of Age: Forgotten Faces of A Greying Asia Over two and half years between 2009 and 2010, Singaporean photographic artist David Poey-Cher TAY traveled widely across Asia (including China, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Japan, Korea, Malaysia) with ... Jul. 19, 2017
7 unknown stories hiding behind famous photos Time flies irrevocably, yet photos taken years and years ago last forever. And what stories hide behind the shots that have long since become iconic? Jul. 19, 2017
Essential Phone release date, news and features Update: The Essential Phone has missed its June launch but should be landing in the US imminently, while a UK launch has also been confirmed. Jul. 19, 2017
13 famous photographs that are actually fake Bright Side has found several brilliant examples of photography that caused a great deal of uproar around the world while being completely fake. Jun. 21, 2017
Scenes from the 2017 Venice Biennale The 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, held in locations throughout Venice, Italy, opened to the public on May 13, and will remain open until November 26, 2017. May. 22, 2017
Here’s what MySpace Founder Tom is doing now Ever wondered what the guy who co-founded MySpace is doing since he sold it for a whopping $580 million back in 2005? He does what anybody would do if they had so much money to burn. He travels. A lot. May. 19, 2017
Google introduces Lens, an AI in your camera that can recognize objects Google announced at it’s I/O conference today that it’s working on a new form of AI called Google Lens, which understands what you’re looking at and can help you by providing relevant responses. May. 18, 2017
If art history icons were hipsters ​What if the Mona Lisa got tired of her old silk robes and decided to trade them in for a trendy jumpsuit? That's exactly the kind of scenario Japanese graphic designer Shusaku Takaoka specialises in bringing to life, and he does it with pure wit. May. 04, 2017
Mika Ninagawa Solo Exhibition Mika Ninagawa has emerged as one of the most cutting-edge photographic artists in contemporary Japan. She photographs these types of “consumption” such as models and fashion, which are the various mirages produced by human desire. However her works do not stall out at simple, straightforward photographic documentation. Apr. 25, 2017
Famous #Followmeto couple explores Japan’s beauty With 4.6 million followers on Instagram, Murad Osmann has become well-known around the world for his amazing #followmeto photo collection. Apr. 19, 2017
A time of mass-producing image data Japanese architect and designer Tomotosi has long been fascinated by social phenomena that govern humans’ behavior. Apr. 14, 2017
Shanghai 2002 - Bettina Rheims And Serge Bramly Bettina Rheims travels through Shanghai capturing the bodies or the faces of women from across the whole social spectrum: dancers, abbesses, ramblers, schoolgirls, neighbourhood guardians, actresses, etc. Apr. 11, 2017
Winners of 2017 Sony World Photography Contest The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, has announced the winners of its Open categories and National categories for 2017. Mar. 31, 2017
Sakura season starts in Tokyo March has brought with it the surest sign of spring in Japan, as the cherry blossoms officially have begun blooming in Tokyo. Mar. 28, 2017
iPhone 8's curves may be less dramatic than Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge By now the idea of a curved iPhone 8 isn't new, however fresh details from a source familiar with the Apple flagship's design paint a less dramatic picture than what some may have had in mind. Mar. 16, 2017
Miniature Calendar: Creative Daily Life Scenes in the Miniature World Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist and photographer Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing project "Miniature ... Mar. 10, 2017
The Lofty Taihang Mountain In early April,2008, I was invited to Zhengzhou to attend a photographic activity and this was my first time to Henan. The leaders of photographers’ association in Henan warmly invited me to ... Mar. 06, 2017
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