This category will include features about my own favourite locations in London and Europe, but also any others that readers are happy to contribute from places they know well.
In 2014, an average of 1.8 billion digital images were uploaded to the internet every single day.
That’s 660 billion photos every year, and given the growth in the use of smart-phones and social media sites, the number has likely grown to well over a trillion. It is impossible to estimate how many are actually taken and not shared, but we could speculate that it would be a great deal more.
Barbican Art Gallery, London, till 19th of June 2016.
If you don’t see any other photography exhibitions this year, this one is worth checking out – and there’s only two weeks left, so hurry!
Curated by Britain’s own Magnum Master, Martin Parr, the works assembled for the show cover a period from the 1930’s to the present day. Among the features photographers are names just about anyone would recognize, including Robert Frank, Paul Strand, Bruce Davidson and Garry Winogrand.
I want to ask you all a question…
Without saying whether you like* it or not, what else can you say about this image? (Click to see the full size version).