Cuban woman in the streets of Havana.
Complexd Magazine, the UK’s 1st Digital Magazine celebrating multicultural women, has published their fifth issue last Friday.
Complexd Magazine is a bi-monthly fashion & lifestyle publication for multicultural women, which delivers rich content that is visually diverse and representative of reality.
Four of my photos from the Cuba (above), China (below) and Vietnam galleries are published in their Travel & Lifestyle section.
Click here to go directly to the Love Thy Woman issue of Complexd Magazine. The Travel & Lifestyle section starts at page 76, however, this latest issue of Editor-in-chief Kered Clement has once again turned out to be a wonderful and interesting magazine and I can recommend you to read it from beginning to end.
Chinese Zhuang women brushing their hair.
My “Domino” photo from Cuba has been selected by Photoshelter and makes me a featured photographer on their website this month.
Every month Photoshelter chooses 20 photos from several hundred submissions to display in a slideshow on their /buyer and /search sites.
The review and selection process as described by Photoshelter: “When making our selections, we look for striking individual imagery that represents our talented and diverse photographer base. Every image selected really “pops” for a different reason, and it serves as a convincing, standalone invitation for the buyer page visitor to further explore your archive.”
It is an honor for me to be selected.
Finally I went to Fotografiska in Stockholm this weekend. This new photography exhibition center opened back in May 2010, but I did not manage to go any earlier.
Photo: Annie Leibovitz
The Annie Leibovitz exhibition “Annie Leibovitz, A Photographer’s Life 1990 – 2005” is absolutely amazing and truly inspiring. It is moving to see how her private work is blended with her professional work.
The exhibition will continue until September 19, 2010 so if you happen to be in Stockholm take your chance and go visit Fotografiska!
Additional photographers who are exhibited at Fotografiska (until September 5, 2010) are Vee Speers, Lennart Nilsson and Anders Petersen.