Article Search: consciousness

IN DREAMS: A Mythology of the Unseen The human spirit perpetually unfolds like a wavy veil, frail but confident, with a fragile but tenacious persistence in its sinuous movement. For every new part which is revealed through this curvy ... Oct. 16, 2019
Interview with Milad Safabakhsh Who Obesessing with Minimalism and Architecture During the last five years, I have gained good success in professional photography, and I have made good progress. The reason for this progress is in the first phase of my efforts, and after that, the ... Mar. 14, 2018
Wild Souls: Sharing Opinions of Awarded Animal Project and Wildlife Photography Experience Wild Souls is a cry of despair and hope. It is a way of drawing attention to the drama we are experiencing with its epicentre in non-human animals. The expansion of human domination has caused the destruction ... Mar. 02, 2018
Self Reflected: Marvelous Images Showing What Your Brain Looks Like There must be quiet a few people thinking that scientists can’t be artists. Yet, you will quickly change mind when seeing the artistic series of images created by artist and neuroscientist ... Jun. 09, 2017
Preface to the First Circle Art Youth Award Album Art has achieved its independence from being regarded as craftsmanship to being regarded as true art. Art has been existed for about 10,000 years, ranging from classical art, modern art, post-modern ... Mar. 24, 2017
Salaryman Blues Karōshi, literally meaning death from overwork, is a major problem in Japan. It is a problem mainly faced by the salaryman, a corporate employee who works for the same company since they leave college... Jan. 11, 2017
Reduction of Image Gallery Yang is about to open up Fan Xi's first large solo exhibition, "Reduction of Image", on Nov. 26, 2016. Nov. 28, 2016
Rescue Me: Dignified Portraits of Shelter Dogs Up for Adoption Fashion and portrait photographer Richard Phibbs has photographed everyone from Hillary Clinton to Meryl Streep, from Jay-Z to advertising campaigns, but for his latest effort the celebrated photographer has put his portraiture to especially good use ... Nov. 11, 2016
Desire and Need In the progress of human civilization, the tension formed by the discussion about “desire” and “need”, constitutes the whole connotations between human life and existence. Nov. 04, 2016
Interview with Zhao Yingxin The 1st Yichun International Nature & Eco Photography Week will be held during July 25-31, 2016 in Yichun, Heilongjiang Province. As one of the organizers of this event, Zhao Yingxin, president of China Photo Press, was interviewed by Global Photography. May. 02, 2016
Exploration on photojournalism would never stop The Beijing News reporter Chen Jie has been awarded third prize in the General News singles category of the 59th World Press Photo competition for "Tianjin Explosion," an aerial shot portraying the destruction after an explosion in the city. Feb. 23, 2016
Experience Sharing about Street Photography Nowadays, the street photography is around us anywhere. Whether it is for recording people’s lives, or photographing fashion models on the street, photographer should have an increasing awareness ... Sep. 15, 2015
French Tales through Lens ​Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught 25-year-old French photographer who started photography in 2008. Her works feature a perfect combination of dream and reality which are inspired by her deep unconsciousness in dreams and tales. Jun. 18, 2015
0113 results in 1 pages1 of 1 pages, go to page