Henrik Purienne

They say Henrik Purienne’s work is erotic, pseudo-porn, porno-fashion, sexy and more. I think it is very intimate; there is a strong feeling of trust and play, it sort of shows what you would have done with a camera and your first girlfriend. Some images may move towards the erotic, some others towards the cute. Its… Continue reading Henrik Purienne

Guido Mocafico

The Guido Mocafico: Nature Morte exhibition–a collaboration between Bernheimer Fine Art Photography and Hamiltons Gallery, London–focuses on photographs inspired by the aesthetics of Old Masters. Born in Italy in 1962, the photographer concentrates in this exhibition primarily on three genres of still life: banquet, floral and vanitas still lifes, or as Mocafico calls his groups… Continue reading Guido Mocafico

Jeff Bark

The much-anticipated new series of work by Jeff Bark, Woodpecker, is full of dark romanticism. Under the cover of a manufactured night, his young subjects indulge in moments of introspection and abandon, echoing Bark’s own memories of his near adulthood. A short film accompanies the photographs. The subjects of Bark’s previous series, exhibited at Michael… Continue reading Jeff Bark