Happy Friday everyone!
This week-end in San Francisco, it’s ArtMRKT and ArtPadSF, two art fairs to celebrate Art and Photography. Don’t miss them!
Today’s photo is taken in San Francisco, Presidio by Charity Vargas.
It’s a sunny Friday here in the Bay, and the week-end is going to be gorgeous.
To celebrate the sunshine, ‘Family on a beach’ by Donna J. Wan.
The photographs in her series ‘Wide Open’ highlight how small humankind is in comparison to the vast landscapes that exist throughout the world…
It’s Friday, and today the Friday inspiration by Carte Blanche is a soft and tender Polaroid by Saya Chontang.
Celebrate beauty and femininity with the photos of this young French photographer who seems to understand women’s dreams…
Today is Friday. I nearly forgot about the Friday photo by Gallery Carte Blanche! So much in my mind lately.This is the last Friday of Gallery Carte Blanche on Valencia Street in San Francisco. The physical gallery will be closing on Sunday.
Yes it’s a little sad, but it’s only a break. Stay connected to know what we will do next and in the meantime keep following us online.
And the good news is that for the next 2 days everything - books, prints, frames - in the gallery is 25% off. And it includes this awesome photo by Matthias Heiderich and a lot more!
See you there this week-end!
This weeks Friday Photo is one by Tim Franco from his series Urban Shift, Shanghai. This photo, along with all our books and the other photos in the gallery are 25% off for our final sale, only until April 7th, so hurry down to Gallery Carte Blanche!
About the series: Urban Shift, Shanghai:
Tim Franco’s collection of images on extreme urbanization in Shanghai was shot with large-format 4x5-inch film to emphasize every detail and the metamorphosing landscapes, which frequently juxtapose brand-new skyscrapers with ancient neighborhood alleys.
About Tim Franco:
Tim Franco is a French-Polish photographer based in Shanghai. Since 2005, he has been fascinated by the transformation of Chinese cities. He documents change through urban photography and keeps in tone with the underground art world and the social implications of urbanization. His book, “Shanghai Soundbites”, was released in June 2008 to depict the evolution of the alternative music scene in China and particularly Shanghai. Tim is a regular contributor to Le Monde and his work has been published in NRC, Wiwo, Global Journal, Architecture d’Aujourd’hui, The Fader, CNN online, Time Out, Urban.