Siân Bowen's After Hortus Malabaricus opened this weekend in Inverleith House, at the Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh. Bowen's practice-based research project, in development since 2017, is the culmination of her Leverhulme Trust Fellowship and a partnership with RBGE. The exhibited works are a reflection of the vulnerabilities and fragilities of rare plant species. After … Continue reading After Hortus Malabaricus
Part 1 of my research list into notable and interesting works by exterior architecture photographers.
Auschwitz-Birkenau was the site of over a million murders. How can we photograph the scene of an historical atrocity responsibly, sensitively, and respectfully?
What does Buzz Aldrin have in common with Princess Anastasia of Russia? I take a look back at some of history's most famous selfies.