Photography by Daniel Månsson

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©Craig Easton


Return to Mingulay

Mingulay was evacuated of people in 1912 a few years after a freak storm had taken the fishing boat of neighbouring Pabbay with the loss of the lives of all the young men on the island. The Mingulay boat survived that storm, but the community was rocked and in 1912 they were evacuated to nearby Vatersay and Barra.

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©The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Promised Gift of The Irving Penn Foundation. © Condé Nast


March 16-July 21 at Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco 

Irving Penn stands as one of the 20th century's most esteemed photographers, renowned for his groundbreaking contributions to fashion photography during the postwar era. Now his work is presented at Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco.

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©Lars Schneider


Hasselblad Ambassador Lars Schneider and the landscapes of Iceland

He goes in search of wild parts of the earth – the wilder, the better – to take a step back from the hustle and bustle and photograph more slowly, meat the Hasselblad Ambassador who lives in a small cabin in Norway.

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‘Opticks 240’ (2018) by Hiroshi Sugimoto © Courtesy the artist/Lisson Gallery 


Sugimoto in color at Lisson Gallery

Hiroshi Sugimoto uses photography, sculpture, architecture, and performance to explore time and space. He freezes important moments in history or fleeting moments of beauty to create big works of art. 

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©Oskar Enander


The hunt for the right snow

The mountains has been his life for the last 30 years, and especially with the snow on the mountain. But what is happening with the snow due to climate changes, and the glacier. How will his work be effected, and will AI take his job? Meet Oskar Enander.

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©Mattias Fredriksson


The Dolomites

Nestled in the heart of the Italian Alps, the Dolomites stand as a majestic testament to nature's grandeur. With their towering peaks, dramatic cliffs, and verdant valleys, this UNESCO World Heritage site captivates visitors with its breathtaking beauty and unparalleled charm.

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©Enrique Badulescu


Enrique Badulescu and the early Kate Moss

Son of a Rumanian photographer and a Mexican mother, Enrique Badulescu was born in Mexico City in the 1960s. He grew up in a vibrant culture scene, heavily influenced by surrealism. And he was the one that shot Kate Moss back in the days in Tulum. 

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©Kate Oliver


The Modern Caravan

THE MODERN CARAVAN is a warm invitation into rolling homes designed for life on the open road. Brimming with evocative storytelling and hundreds of photographs showcasing handsome interiors and stunning landscapes, this book features 25 stories from solo travelers, couples, and families who traded the comforts of a rooted life for ever-changing vistas and eye-opening experiences. 

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©Jesper Brandt


Why one of the most succesful Museum directors want to have a Hong Kong perspective

" Over the years I have been reading ski magazines and especially during the non-skiing season enjoyed the inspiring photographs of snowy mountains and daring skiers. And over time it struck me that some of these photographers where true masters – but they were isolated in their little bubble of skiing aficionados."

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