Peter Funch’s exhibition Last Flight on V1 Gallery has been extended to the 9th of August. Be sure to stop by, if you are in Copenhagen! If you’re not, you can read an interview with Peter about drones, explosions and America here.
(via Peter Funch)
Picture from Colors Magazine’s Made In China Issue by Peng & Chen. Be sure to take a look at their Box - Put It In project too.
(via 北京 Colors Magazine - Beijing : peng&chen)
Caught in The Days Unraveling by Chelsea Welsh
(via caught in the days unraveling - chelsea welsh photography)
New York Arbor by Mitch Epstein. One of the most beautifully printed exhibitions at this year’s Les Rencontres d’Arles. 
(via Mitch Epstein)
“The hotel itself is a phantom building, that appeared in various parts of the world from October 2013 to June 2014—a room in New York City, a bar in Krakow, a terrace in Paris, a spa and game room in Tokyo, a pool in Los Angeles, a laundry in San Francisco, a wine cellar in Milan, and a hotel shuttle in Philadelphia. As of June 2014, the hotel is closed.”
Jason Fulford’s most recent creation. Go visit Hotel Oracle on the link below. 
(via Hotel Oracle)
David Monteleone’s essay on Chechnya, Spasibo, was one of the most well-made photo books we saw on this year’s Rencontres Des Arles.  (via KEHRERVERLAG · Program · Davide Monteleone)
Our good friend Mads (who happens to have his portrait featured here on Let’s Elope) sent us this absurd series from Bolivia by Thomas Rousset and Raphaël Verona. What a world.
(via It’s Nice That : Waska Tatay explores the rites and rituals of Bolivian witchcraft and pagan practice)
Tim Walker, Las Pozas, Jacob K AND Tilda Swinton in one shoot. Magical.  (via Photos: Tilda Swinton shot by Tim Walker at the Las Pozas estate, Mexico | W Magazine)
4th of June, Beijing, 1989

By Arthur Tsang Hin Wah for Reuters.

 (via 4. juni 1989 | Information)
We love Alexander Gehring’s aesthetics.
Here is what he writes about Messages from the Darkroom, where this photograph is from “The photographic series Messages from the Darkroom investigates the connection between photography and the occult. Based on historical photographs published by early twentieth century parapsychologist Dr. Albert von Schrenck-Notzing, Messages from the Darkroom enquires the ability of the photographic camera to capture magical or paranormal phenomena.”
(via Messages from the Darkroom : Portfolio)