Sources of Inspiration
In Arles

In Arles

The yearly photo festival Les Rencontres d’Arles has kicked off in style in the overheated town in the heart of Provence. With some 30+ exhibitions, talks, slideshows and rosé-infused night-long socializing among roman ruins and narrow alleys. The exhibitions hold a very high standard this year, and navigate on the ever more blurred line between...
Remembering Lars Tunbjörk - Part 2

Remembering Lars Tunbjörk – Part 2

I live in the north part of Sweden. A fairly small town named Umeå situated about 640 km from the capital. It’s vivid and young. A university town with a lot of self-confidence and a sympathetic atmosphere. I enjoy my life here. I find inspiration to my projects. But every year around November to February,...
Remembering Lars Tunbjörk

Remembering Lars Tunbjörk

The recent passing of Lars Tunbjörk has shaken the photographic community worldwide. Here in Scandinavia, no photographer has been unaffected by Lars’ work. To us at Moment Lars was a personal friend, mentor, inspiration and example of the power of documentary imagery originating in our Scandinavian back yard. We are all very deeply affected by...
Eivind's World

Eivind’s World

In times when everyone and their dog seem to have declared photojournalism dead in terms of making a living, it may seem a bit senseless, not to say suicidal,  to devote most of one’s time to managing a collective of photojournalists trying to do just that. It involves posing oneself (and answering your wife) the...
Remerge

Remerge

Good work is Good work. Why do some photographers “last” and others fade away? Why do some people show up, burn bright and then snap out of sight? Notable blog REMERGE presents and discuss photography. Would Christopher Andersons current work be relevant were it not for Anderson spending “years toiling away in the festering pussholes...