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Subject matter in conversation with our artist Yago Partal

When did you become interested in photography?


Subject Matter conversa con nuestro artista Yago Partal

¿Cuándo te interesó la fotografía por primera vez? (more…)


Subject Matter In Conversation with: Genevieve Daniell

Our artist Genevieve Daniell took over our Instagram last week, taking us and our followers through her life in Texas and her creative process. (more…)


Subject Matter Recommends- Sebastião Salgado’s Eternal Images of Humanity on the Move

“Sixteen years ago, Sebastião Salgado published Exodus. The Brazilian photographer spent six years, and visited more than 35 countries, to document the fraught, desperate and forced mass movement of humans around the globe. (more…)


Subject Matter Loves: Juan Stockenstroom- Sea Point Days



Sea Point Days is a photographic project which captures photographer Juan Stockenstroom neighbourhood in Cape Town during the summer season.  (more…)


Subject Matter Recommends: The Banker’s Guide to Art

“Documentary taking an inside look at the high-stakes and sometimes murky world of art collecting.



Subject Matter Recommends: Art Basel Crowdfunding

The Art Basel Crowdfunding initiative has partnered with Kickstarter to create a platform for non-commercial art projects from around the world, with the aim of connecting with a broad audience and raising money for these great ideas.




An easy way to hang art!

Absolut Art in collaboration with Swedish designer Alexander Lervik, have designed a way to make hanging art easy! It’s called Hangsmart and here is how it works:



Subject Matter Visits: Utopian Voices- Here and Now



The Subject Matter team visited Utopian Voices Here and Now, an exhibition that brings together UK-based artists exploring contemporary issues around body, gender, race and sexuality. (more…)


Subject Matter Visits: Photo Exhibition Tokyo: Brain Drool

Subject Matter founder Liezel Strauss visited Japan earlier this month and she discovered a few good exhibitions, the first: Brain Drool at Spiral Garden in Aoyama Tokyo, an exhibition of Hakuhodo’s (Creative Agency) Photographers and Art Directors.