Articles by Charlotte Grieve


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Ralph Zabel

an a tree grow out of a book? Can a chair grow out of a wall? These are among the many questions that Ralph Zabel raises throughout his art. By challenging our basic assumptions and associations, the Dutch illustrator subverts normality and prompts his audience to ask wider questions about the purpose and value of…

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Diego Cupolo

Diego Cupolo is a freelance photojournalist, reporter and author whose work exposes the human experience of war, conflict and the resulting refugee crisis. He has visited countless refugee camps and infiltrated smuggling networks both in Europe and the Middle East to better understand the layers of experience involved in mass migration. Forced to flee Venezuela…

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Occipitals

Ed Robertson (AKA Occipitals) is a street photographer based in London. His images illustrate the dichotomy of city life as he explores the isolation and solitude within one of the world’s biggest cities. Corporate world by day, photographer by night – Robertson takes most of his photographs under the cover of darkness as he seeks to expose the rituals…

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Achal Mishra

Achal Mishra is an Indian-born photographer and aspiring filmmaker based in London. He is currently studying film at the King’s College whilst independently working on a number of short films. His work provides a unique insight into the people of the colourful nation as he seeks to go beyond its stereotypical representation.    Interview with the artist   A…

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Tutku Bulutbeyaz

  Tutku Bulutbeyaz is a Turkish artist based in Istanbul whose compositions evoke a sense of contradiction and intrigue. Bulutbeyaz’s collages juxtapose the contemporary and the traditional as he creatively represents the polarisation of the Western and Eastern worlds. His intricate designs are multi-layered in terms of content and meaning as his work makes a…

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Yağmur Al Sharif

      Yağmur Al Sharif is a war photographer, activist and mother of one. Through her photography, she captures the complexities of war and shines light onto the disrupted human routine that it produces. By entering conflict zones and refugee camps, her photography provides a unique perspective of the individual impact of war. Our…

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JC Epong

  JC Epong is a Chicago-based photographer whose work captures the essence of humanity. He reminds us of diversity and struggle through his unique eye for individuality. To fully appreciate the significance of his photographs, you must visit his Instagram (@undocumentarian) and/or Facebook site to read the anecdotes he couples with each shot. Alternatively, visit his website. “JC Epong is…

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Niagara Falls froze over

s soon as something weird in the weather happens these days, there’s always that one person who says “yeah but the same thing happened…” insert date. Well, yeah, it may have happened before but it seems these erratic weather occurrences are happening more and more often. Climate change? Nah Well earlier this year, Niagara Falls…

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Karma Kegs

he idea of a “karma keg” is a relatively new phenomenon sweeping across Australian pubs and bars. We have a pretty solid drinking culture here in Oz, so why not help others whilst enjoying a schooey? The basic idea is that the venue allows the customers to “pay what they want” for a beer until…

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