Graham Miller is a photographer whose work has been exhibited internationally and throughout Australia, including the Haggerty Museum of Art, USA, Pingyao International Festival of Photography, China, Recontres Photographie Internationale de Niort, France, Kaunas Photography Festival, Lithuania, F/Stop Festival, Leipzig Germany, Yokohama Photography Festival, Japan, the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Photography Gallery of Western Australia. via Photography Blogs.
Li Hui a self-taught photographer who presents her work consists of photographs reflecting a very successful world sweet and sensitive. With images captured with film cameras, the artist seeks to preserve the memory of simple moments.
Hitler Moves East: A Graphic Chronicle, 1941-43 is a unique photography project from US artists David Levinthal and Garry Trudeau that was originally published in 1977. But the book, which documents the German invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II, isn’t quite what it appears to be at first glance. While all the images are photographs, they’re actually all of toy soldiers arranged upon a series of intricately modelled dioramas. To achieve the skewed sense of realism, Levinthal and Trudeau combined “archival materials” with their miniature settings, reconstructing scenes from Hitler’s eastward expansion that took place between 1941 and 1943. The results are certainly unnerving (images of war, made from toys?) but strangely emotive, bringing together notions of harmless imagined play and its antithesis, the horrors of early twentieth century warfare
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