US based Japanese photographer Hiroshi Watanabe produces some amazing work.
Good piece on Watanabe on Exposure Compensation
Lynn Saville takes the most stunning night photography
Krista Steinke is another photographer I found via Critical Mass. Her Backyards series is wonderfully surreal.
Impressive, if depressing, series of photos of the UK’s derilict swimming pools and lidos by Gigi Cifali
The BBC’s Storyville film The Jazz Baroness, about the life of Pannonica Rothschild and her friendship with Thelonius Monk had some archive photos and footage of the Rothschild family, one of the wealthiest families of the 19th and 20th century, including this rather wonderful image below.
I bookmarked some photos by Rinko Kawauchi some time ago. As Wikipedia says: “Her work is characterized by a serene, poetic style, depicting the ordinary moments in life”
Cannot find a website for her but a google search returns a lot of images on sites like this
I like Benjamin Fink’s work on the rural landscapes of the northeastern and southern states of the US.
Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube’s Stilled Films are works made up of every frame of every major Kubrick film arranged sequentially. He says of the concept “The image sequences can be followed from an extreme close view, but with increased distance they fuse into large abstract colour matrixes”.
Eyes Wide Shut
Astrid Kruse Jensen has some impressive work, especially her Hypernatural series