Monday, 27 April 2009
Playful, soft focus and coming at you with all the verve and panache of a roadside attraction, Bill Vaccaro's photographs strike one as minor miracles in the land of eternal monochrome. But damnation is never far removed from their redemptive chorus. The clouds ominous, the figures ghost like, the landscape dark and foreboding. It's a tenuous existence of competing contrasts and possible outcomes in life's uncertain unknowns.
Jesus is on the mainline. Tell him what you want. Call him up and tell him.
Monday, 16 March 2009
Cheers, the EXPIRATION CREW.
Sparky's compositions are fragmented, minimalist images which often keep one guessing as to just what you're looking at. These are fleeting, subliminal glimpses served freeze dried and unconcerned with the grand scheme of more "traditional" landscapes. They're also some of the most sensual images I've ever seen. SB