Alex Kress, punk’s exaltation
Alex Kress has been a well known photographer for years in the punk scene. She lives in Toronto, but she’s from Edmonton (Alberta). Her pictures demonstrate the force of the live shows with an elegant black and white imagery.
She started to take pictures with analog cameras in her native town but changed to digital once she began shooting more frequently and wanted to build a body of work at a quicker pace. She published a book in 2016, Feeding Time: Split Seconds in Toronto Punk 2015-2016, that was sold out in a short time. This documents presents her work taken mostly in the Not Dead Yet festival — one of the biggest ones in the world of this genres.
Kress is also interested in portraits, being still attached to analog photography, giving her images a dreamy aspect. You can follow her work on Instagram.
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