Burn My Eye member TC Lin, photographer, jazz musician, filmmaker and a man of many talents talks to Streetpx about his "invisible country" Taiwan, his project documenting the Sunflower student movement of 2014, and much more.
You can listen the interview here
We at Burn My Eye are excited to announce that photographer Pau Buscató has joined our collective.
Pau is originally from Barcelona and currently based in Oslo (Norway), where he moved in 2009. He walks the streets looking for those poetic accidents that sometimes take place in the most mundane situations. He likes to play with ideas imaginatively, often with a subtle touch of humor and he invites an illogical dimension to infiltrate in his pictures thus subverting our everyday realities.
Pau's BME page
At a time of natural reflection on the year's past events, we have decided to put a collective spin on our individual photographic highlights.
Burn My Eye member Simon Kossoff, is presenting his States Project; Kansas on Lenscratch.
Simon's "photographs are the search for a kind of personal orientation, between the dream or idea of a place and his actual experience of it in reality. Tangled with personal symbolism, Kossoff’s photographs are a psychogeography, a journey which explores the destination."
Burn My Eye member Zisis Kardianos was awarded the Public Prize for his series "In Limbo" in the Brussels Street Photography Festival 2016 (International Series Category).
The Public Prize is a result of a voting by all the visitors and fellow photographers during the first two days of the exhibition in Gallery Ravenstein in Brussels.
Congratulations to all the winners and participants. Here is the results in the two international contests.
First Prize: Davide Albani (Egb Shootr) from Italy.
Second Prize: Paweł Piotrowski from Poland.
Public Prize: Jeffrey De Keyser from Belgium.
Honorable Mention: Pau Llobet Buscató from Spain.
Honorable Mention: Yota Yoshida from Japan.
We at Burn My Eye are thrilled to welcome Diadà to the group. Her bold, raw style strikes at the heart of what we admire most in photography, and we look forward to working with her.
Group zine featuring Joe Aguirre, Blake Andrews, Aaron Berger, Michelle Groskopf, Todd Gross, Troy Holden, Don Hudson, Ben Molina, Ludmilla Morais, and Missy Prince.
Limited to 50 pre orders all shipped with signed limited edition print. Zines will be shipped approximately September 25-30.
44 pages, roughly 8.5x12 inches in size, opaque #80 paper with a card stock cover. Sad Songs is saddle stitched and made in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Jack Simon is a San Francisco Bay Area psychiatrist who discovered street photography a decade ago and established himself as one of the most influential and creative practitioners of the craft. His work is striking, contemporary, and often surreal, and he has an uncanny knack for capturing absurdity, ambiguity, and subtle humor. His photos have been included in numerous publications, have won international awards, and been exhibited around the world. He is a member of Burn My Eye, a collective of well-known contemporary street photographers.
Burn My Eye photographer Dimitris Makrygiannakis will be teaching a street photography workshop in Bangkok, Thailand, 15-18 December 2016. For more information: http://www.looperscollective.com/category/workshop/
The very first StreetFoto Street Photography Festival will be held on June 8-12 in San Franciso, California. The international festival will feature 4 days of workshops, lectures, and exhibits plus a world class photography competition judged by some of the top names in street photography. Hit the jump for all the details!
Burn My Eye photographer JB Maher speaks on his photography in this episode of Adorama's channel 'Out of the Darkroom'.
Burn My Eye member Joe Aguirre is Showing Ether in Paris, France at Galerie Düo. In 2015 Joe spent time in Denmark Creating this body of work exploring loneliness and isolation, and the brief connections he made 4,000 miles from home.