traces of traces

Image Memories

Posted December 13th, 2012 by & filed under Photography.

“The past is that which no longer acts, although in a sense it lives a shadowy and fleeting existence. It still is. It is real.
Matthew Farrugia

Interview: Matthew Farrugia

Posted October 23rd, 2012 by .

Very often, you might have shared his photographs and hit the facebook ‘like’ button without actually knowing the man behind it all. Matthew Farrugia is
'Mis-Sema 'l Isfel'

Aerial point of views

Posted October 1st, 2012 by .

‘Mis-Sema ‘l Isfel’ is the title of a series of aerial photographs of Malta by Kris Micallef, which are currently being exhibited at the Malta
steve mccurry

Afghan Girl in Valletta

Posted June 25th, 2012 by .

It would have been a shame not visiting the great collection of images by Steve McCurry at St James Cavalier. Universally tagged as one of
Daniel Cilia

Immortalising a Cultural Treasure

Posted March 24th, 2012 by .

Back in 1994, Rev. Kan. John Ciarlò described Valletta’s Collegiate Church dedicated to the Shipwreck of St Paul in Malta, as “a Hidden Gem”, in
Sajda|BlackSea

Fishing in a Black Sea

Posted February 27th, 2012 by .

Sajda and Black Sea are the two distinct self-curated projects by Nigel Baldacchino and Adrian Abela, currently sharing the upper galleries at St James Cavalier.
Anna Runefelt

Dancer in the City

Posted February 26th, 2012 by .

The great cold seems to be fading and Saturday seemed like the best day to visit Swedish photographer Anna Runefelt‘s works at Palazzo de Piro
Julian Vassallo

Every Picture Tells a Story

Posted February 4th, 2012 by .

“We were asked to create a photographic story out of four images,” he starts. For Julian, this saw the start of another story—one which involves
vincenzo castella

Layers of Malta

Posted November 20th, 2011 by .

For the past month, St James Cavalier hosted a set of photographs by Italian photographer Vincenzo Castella which documents his observations around Maltese cities and