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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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