LM Chabot fuses sensitive and objectivity, casting a critical yet sensitive eye over the environment and society through photographs that span fashion, architectural and editorial genres. Inspired by a multitude of surroundings, the duo’s practice focuses around the unexpected; each image exposes the oddities of life through bold, communicative vignettes. The following pages display pieces from a number of personal series including True Colours – a project solely based on spontaneity and creativity – and Trapped – a representation of the #MeToo movement. Also featured are photographs from a variety of commissions from across the globe for Korean Air and Still Optimiste – a clothing collection inspired by the pop-culture illustrations of Montreal visual artist Pony (@ponymtl). LM Chabot has won a number of prestigious accolades such as the Lux Prize, the Kuala Lumpur international photoawards and Flash Forward as part of the Magenta Foundation. www.lmchabot.com.
Reginald Van de Velde’s photographs provide an oasis for reflection on the passage of time, offering a new perspective on abandoned settings.
Anouska Beckwith: Transcendence, Three Squares Studio
Transcendence is the first US solo show to come from British, Paris-based photographer and artist Anouska Beckwith, created in collaboration with young New York curator Andi Potamkin.