André Kertész


“The camera is my tool. Through it I give a reason to everything around me.” (André Kertész)


Painting music…peace & love to bugge and his moving music

Autechre – Rae


public lover

The Russian Revolution of 1917 was probably the most important event in history — and the most slandered.

old school

Julien Donkey-Boy


Directed by Harmony Korine – Starring – Ewen Bremner, Chloë Sevigny, Werner Herzog, and Evan Neumann – Photographed by Anthony Dod Mantle – Edited by Valdís Óskarsdóttir

Pantha du Prince



For music is always already there, even without humans. On his new album, the producer and DJ, who lives in Berlin and Paris, claims: music slumbers in all matter; any sound, even silence, is already music. The mission, then, must be to render audible what is unheard and unheard of: black noise, a frequency that is inaudible to man.

Black noise often presages natural disasters, earthquakes or floods; only some animals perceive this “calm before the storm.” Black noise is something archaic and earthy.

When asked what a photographer’s life is about, the subject of this film replies that it is ‘a life looking through a lens’. She should know: Annie Leibovitz has been looking at all kinds of life through her lens for the last 30 years.