Amazing photos of Hindu Gods and Goddesses by Manjari Sharma
Hindu deities are not very popular in photography. Nobody really knows why, as there are lots of sculptures and writings of them. In order to give a more accurate representation, photographer Manjari Sharma has decided to create a project called Darshan, which consists of astounding photos of Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
HTC and Getty Images launch Inside Street Football exhibition
HTC is doing its best to promote the camera found on its latest flagship Android-powered smartphone, called One. The latest Ultrapixel campaign consists of an exhibition called Inside Street Football. The company has partnered with several Getty Images photographers, who have captured amazing street photography.
JFK’s life remembered through rare Jacques Lowe photographs
Fifty years have passed since President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Jacques Lowe’s iconic images of JFK’s life have now been pulled from the 9/11 ashes, to be given back to the American history. The “Creating Camelot” exhibition premieres at the Newseum today, on view through January 5, 2014.
Iconic Dennis Stock photographs to be displayed at the Milk Gallery, NY
Between April 2 and April 17, the Milk Gallery in New York will be celebrating photographer Dennis Stock, a great observer of the American life and culture, famous for his black and white portrayal of Hollywood’s golden era. James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday are only a few of the stars who will be featured in the “Dennis Stock Photographs” retrospective exhibition.
2013 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition
This year Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition celebrates and promotes all the winners from this prestigious award. Among the winners are Tobias Brauning and his “Dancing Queen” and Mitch Dobrowner, who received the famous L’Iris d’Or.
Time frozen in “The Arc of Time” Exhibition
Photographer Matthew Allred uses long exposures that go from 24 hours to impressive six months per photograph, to capture the path of the sun across the skyline, which results in beautiful images that look like colored versions of the early works of French inventor Nicéphore Niépce.
Silhouette photography of people making shadow monsters in a musem
The Museum of Modern Art in New York hosted a special exhibition called “Shadow Monsters.” If people had used the interactive art installation to create shadow monsters, photographer Joe Holmes would have seen this as a perfect opportunity for silhouette photography.
Juergen Teller: two decades on display at the ICA
After a much appreciated, long lasting career in fashion and commercial photography, German artist Juergen Teller invites art lovers at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London to admire “Woo!”, an exhibition that takes spectators on a visual journey full of emotion, naked truths and controversy, the Teller way.