Photographer Damien Drew explores the traditional Japanese aesthetic WABI SABI, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.Read More
Photography duo Arturo Bamboo, Arthur Groeneveld and Bamboo van Kampen, switched Berlin city-life for a slower island pace on Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic Islands.Read More
We set down with producer and composer Adamo Golán to talk about experimental music, Japanese culture, and his debut album “Exile and the New”.Read More
Italian artist, photographer and environmentalist Francesca Rivetti talked with Whitelies about her fight for the ocean and the importance of protecting it.Read More
It is a decades long disagreement and is one of the worlds most controversial conflicts to date. The Palestine/ Israel discord by photographer Kelvin Bugler.
Noemie Reijnen examines the female role in art and society, while exploring the historical Roman sights.Read More
Intimate photographs of cars and bodies by Polly Brown.Read More
Photographer Zach Pontz new work is a study on authenticity of a bygone metropolis. The project aims to determine whether Charleston’s charm got preserved or morphed into a simulacrum.Read More
Photographer Adrien Blondel conceptualizes the sound of his surrounding by dissociating form from meaning.
Inspired by Młoda Polska (Young Poland) artistic movement, this project by photographer Joanna Wzorek is a way of of showing healthy patriotism and features only Polish citizens and designs.
Designed by Robert Venturi the Guild House, located in Philadelphia, is one of the first postmodern buildings and a witness of game-changing, architectural changes and creativity.Read More
An interview with Stefanie Moshammer - the young photographer, who tells heavenly honest visual stories.Read More
Pawel Jaskiewicz documents places, which are considered to have a lack of relevance. Altered landscapes and repurposed spaces.Read More
Paris, 19ème arrondissement, Rue de Flandre. Monumental apartments with brutalist accents designed by architect Martin van Treeck.Read More
Anton Privitera captures the small gestures and magical moments within London's urban jungle.Read More
Award-winning Nicolas Grospierre’s project Modern Forms. A Subjective Atlas of 20th Century Architecture.Read More
Selected Body Works by Màrio da Motta Veiga. The exploration of humanity through human forms.Read More
Graduating in 1990 from the School of Visual Arts, Robert Lazzarini still lives and works in New York City, NY. Whitelies sat down for a conversation with him.Read More