Cubes by Lernert & Sander

Lernert & Sander

Ever since they began collaborating in 2007, the artists and filmmakers Lernert & Sander have been known for their high-conceptual art films, eye-catching installations and keen fashion aesthetic. Driven by their cheeky sense of humour, Lernert & Sander’s simple yet stunning approach has earned the duo numerous awards, international accolades and industry-wide recognition. They live and work in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 

Armures by Marie Rime

Marie Rime

Marie Rime is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1989 in Charmey and currently based in Lausanne, Switzerland. She received her BA in Photography at Ecal, Switzerland. This serie of images, named Armures, represent women wearing armors. These costumes, realised with everyday objects, are the starting point of a reflexion of the relationship between power, war and ornament. These women loose their identity and become the support of their clothing

Love Me or Kill Me by Sarker Protick

Sarker Protick

Sarker Protick was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. As a teenager he wanted to be a musician and songwriter, but discovered photography around the age of 24. After finishing his bachelor’s degree, he enrolled at Pathshala South Asian Media Institute to learn photography. Sarker’s photographs have been published in The New York TimesGEO Magazine, The New YorkerNational GeographicDie ZeitThe British Journal of PhotographyThe Sunday Times and Wired, among many others. In 2012, Sarker won the Prix Mark Grosset Internationales De Photographie and the World Bank Art Program.

KLPA Top 20 Most Memorable Portraits

Tulsa - Louis Canadas, France - Finalist, 2011
Here are the top 20 portraits most memorable to Steven Lee, founder of the Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards, selected from past winners and finalists. The year’s award theme “Seeing Beauty” asks the following: Do different cultures and communities see and react to beauty differently or does there exist a universal formula that escapes boundaries?

Japan by Greg White

Greg White

Greg’s work reveals a love of function and mystery combined in the graphic elements of architecture and landscape.  He is inspired by repetitions of form in space.  An unflinching modernism and cool detachment inflects all his images, in the bright whites of super-watt bulbs and in light-filled landscapes.  Greg’s often heroic portraits show sitters in context and in moments of reflection.  He thrives on problem-solving and developing creative ideas.  His unassuming approach is based around simplicity, shape and structure.

Landscape Photography by Daniel Shea

Daniel Shea

The formal qualities of Shea Daniel’s photographs bear witness to his parallel practice as a sculptor. His acute eye for shape and contour, the graphic elements within a composition, is softened by a developing painterly feel for texture and color. Daniel is continually investigating the possibilities of photography; his images are the result of both intuition and calculation.

Creative Travel Photography by Thomas Prior

Thomas Prior

Thomas Prior’s feel for the decisive moment, for the vantage point that reveals a sliver of a place’s soul, is grounded in years of on-the-job experience. His work is instinctively documentary in style, but led by the possibilities for storytelling and visual impact framed within a single shot. Thomas is constantly driven to look and look again, retaining the visual acuity of the first-time visitor.

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