Featured Artists

"Sex, Money and Power" january - march 2013

Born in 1932 in the USA.

Kenneth Josephson began photographing with the snapshot camera of his family in 1944 and bought his own professional equipment two years later. His early works focused on the act of picture making and offered playful commentary on photographic truth and illusion, using photography itself to question the veracity of the medium. Especially remarkable from this period is his Images within Images series. This work placed him on the forefront of Conceptual photography. Since then, Josephson has extended his output to include elegant images of India’s street life, a series of nudes, European landscapes and photographs of books folded into whimsical and sensuous forms.