A Voyeur’s Dream Come True


Photographer In Sook Kim’s Saturday Night exposes the lives of hotel occupants with 66 bare windows. Each room depicts a different scenario that would otherwise have been hidden from the public. Without any curtains to hide the deviant behaviors of the residents inside, the nosey neighbor in all of us comes out to watch. Lucky for us, all of the miscreants are putting on a show.

As extraordinary as these scenes are, the photographer, who is based in South Korea, explains that she is not being critical of the perverse behavior within the hotel, but says she is merely an observer. If you’d like to see more, Kim’s photo series is part of the New Photography in Korea II exhibit at Galerie Paris-Beijing in Paris until October 29, 2011.






In Sook Kim’s website



January 21, 2017

Stunning Photos of Trains Roaring Through Picturesque Landscapes

There’s something romantic about train travel. As you sit and watch the world pass by, it offers a firsthand look at a landscape that’s both intimate and fleeting—truly a moving picture. Many routes take passengers (or cargo) through otherwise desolate lands with adventures along the snow-capped mountains, tall grasslands, and dense forests. Through stunning train photos, photographers pay homage to these journeys. Their awe-inspiring portraits capture the hard-working locomotives among grandiose settings.

Read Article


January 20, 2017

Rainbow Labyrinth Light Installation Immerses Visitors in a Technicolor World

Architecture and design firm Brut Deluxe has designed a dazzling light installation for the Luneng Sanya Bay Light and Art Festival in China. This rainbow labyrinth titled Yǔzhòu is an immersive experience that brings visitors inside a technicolor world. Brut Deluxe, which is headed by Ben Busche, focuses their work on everything from ephemeral art installations to industrial design, with an eye toward social and aesthetic qualities.

Read Article


Get Our Weekly Newsletter