British photographer Ray Massey transforms hands into works of art. First, they are adorned with captivating images by the British bodypainter Annie Ralli, then captured by the photographer at his London studio. A perfect optical illusion.
Women first began photographing conflict a century ago. Pictures published world-wide have made some of those female pioneers famous.
A new Adolf de Meyer photography retrospective sheds light on a storied and innovative fin-de-siècle artist who paved the way for the likes of Helmut Newton — and whose life reads like a gossip column.
With his decade-long "art activism" project, the celebrated London-based photographer has explored the extreme impact of climate change-related flooding on people globally. He spoke to DW on the eve of his latest show.
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