Photography

Art in Progress

Tuesday December 18, 2012

In "Art in Progress" photographer Leonora Hamill captures the fleeting magic of artistic creation and renders it static and corporeal. 

Not Where They Hoped They'd Be

Monday December 17, 2012

This is called the selfish generation, but it could be just as well labelled the disappointed generation – the generation for whom the world of opportunity they had been brought up to believe in no longer exists.

Greg Lomas

Thursday December 13, 2012

Greg Lomas's portraits have an immediate impact. Shot in Malawi, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Africa, the Durban-based photographer captures each moment just right.

Jimmy Kets

Monday December 10, 2012

Jimmy Kets captured the smallest details of Belgium's tiny, intensely local 'people's cafes' in Smith volume five, and his back-catalogue makes for more than worthy viewing.

Trevor Triano

Sunday December 02, 2012

Ask a photographer to explain what it is they do and they'll likely respond with a sort of abstract poetry. This is not a bad thing, because while there's a whole technical side to photography that's easily explainable, it's rarely the point.

Will Govus

Tuesday November 27, 2012

Not many are catching the stark and multifaceted beauty of the American landscape quite like Will Govus.

Ula Wiznerowicz

Monday November 19, 2012

Ula Wiznerowicz's is an intensely personal brand of photography. 

Amanda Austin

Saturday November 10, 2012

Australian photographer Amanda Austin is one of the talented go-tos at Smith. From first-time dads to the geography of hands, Austin has a singular eye for capturing the hidden character of her subjects – the whole contained within the part.

Jay Mark Johnson

Wednesday October 31, 2012

Jay Mark Johnson is up to something very peculiar. Sick of the three-dimensional limitations of regular photography, he set out to find a way to capture the fourth dimension: time. 

One Memento

Monday October 29, 2012

When every piece of technology we own seems to have a camera in-built, the static image has become universal, instantaneous, weightless. A photography experiment from Belfast seeks an antidote to all that.