Photography by Julie Dennis Brothers

Julie Brothers’ photographic career, her life’s passion, began in Europe over twenty years ago. Since then she has created a diversity of work photographing on five of the world’s seven continents.
Photography by Julie Dennis Brothers

Taliah Lempert

Awesome Works by Bram Vanhaeren

Super Mods Enter Rehab by Steven Meisel

Rehab never looked so appealing as it does in this brilliant editorial shot by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, July 2007.
Super Mods Enter Rehab by Steven Meisel

Ryan’s Photography

Photography by Sebastian Klingk

Beautiful and glamour portrait photography by Sebastian Klingk, talented male fashion photographer based in Germany.
Photography by Sebastian Klingk

Alberto Mielgo

Amber Grey

Sexiness ahead (and great fashion photography) ! More info & pics HERE

MGMT – Song For Dan Treacy

Criva Updates

Now online new website:

“I’m Here” by Spike Jonze

Gritty Street Portraiture by “LJ”

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sibling cities

Two sisters in two cities.
One theme in one week.
Two views in one image.

sibling cities is a photographic project between sisters Cathy and Marie Schultz. Our aim is to capture common visual links between us on a weekly basis to a chosen theme. We post weekly diptychs exploring the contrasts of our lives between Adelaide and London.

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Check out this video about Australian artists’ work in the Venice Biennale!

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The staff and students of the College of Fine Arts (COFA), The University of New South Wales played key roles in Australia’s presentation at the 2009 Venice Biennale.

The Venice Biennale is the world’s biggest international art event. In this follow-up lecture, COFA Went to Venice, Lecturer in Curatorial Studies, and Curator for Australia ‘Once Removed’ at the Venice Biennale, Felicity Fenner talks about the artwork of the four artists chosen to represent Australia at the event: Ken Yonetani, Vernon Ah Kee, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro.

This talk was recorded live at COFA on March 2, 2010 as part of the free COFA Talks public lecture series.

For more COFA Talks Online, please visit the COFA Online Gateway.