giovedì 3 settembre 2015


Born in 1939, Sutkus studied journalism at Vilnius University between 1958 –1964. He was one of the founders of the Lithuanian Society of Photographic Art in 1969, and its chairman in 1980 – 1989. In 1989 –1990 and since 1996 – the chairman of the Union of the Lithuanian Art Photographers. in 1983 he received the Lithuanian State Premium for Art; in 1997 he was decorated with the Order of the Grand Duke Gediminas of the 4th degree; in 1998 he received the Art Award of the Lithuanian Government. In 2001–2002 he won the Erna&Victor Hasselblad Foundation (Sweden) grant Documentation and Conservation of Antanas Sutkus’ Archive of Photographs. In 2003 received the National Premium for Art.

All images © Antanas Sutkus


martedì 1 settembre 2015


All images © Maxxetto


sabato 1 agosto 2015



venerdì 31 luglio 2015


Photographer Chris Gibbs was born in Manchester, England in 1966. He studied electrical engineering at Leigh College before switching to photography and graduating in 1984.  After completing a commercial photography apprenticeship, he volunteered for the Royal Air Force and was accepted into the Joint Service School of Photography.
His tour of duty ended a few weeks after the Gulf War began.  And, although Gibbs never saw combat, he credits his military training with teaching him how to “get the job done.”  As a civilian, he worked in advertising, moved to Seal Beach, California with his wife Sharon, and in 1996 followed the lure of adventure and migrated, via a VW van, to Alaska, where he lived through summer 2013.
In early April, a few of Gibbs’s photographs were featured on The Online Photographer, and Dog Art Today reader Nicholas Von Staden sent me the link.  I clicked through to Gibbs’s website and got lost in his “Dog Musher Series,” a three-year collaboration documenting 58-year-old Allen Lau’s quest to qualify for the Iditarod.   BY MOIRA McLAUGHLIN, June 06, 2013

All images © Chris Gibbs



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