Office Barrington Albertucci on Divisare by Kane Hulse

Feature on the Atlas of Architecture, Divisare. Designed to embrace the shadow, the 18 sqm garden studio is hidden amongst the large conservation trees, the overgrown garden and the three two metre high brick walls which run alongside neighbouring houses. The client required a private office space, a haven away from the business of the city and separate from the main Edwardian house. Photography by Kane Hulse

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Pentimento Exhibition at Paul Smith No. 9 Albemarle Street by Kane Hulse

Paul Smith’s London flagship shop hosts a unique new photo study by Kane Hulse , which charts the changing face of Venice’s historical architecture.

Pentimento, the latest project by Kane Hulse, is a series of alluringly painting-like photographs that depict the beauty found in the visceral colour of Venice’s historical walls.

Deriving from the word ‘Pentirsi’, meaning to repent or change your mind, Pentimento is an insight into the seasoned life of these Venetian artefacts, constantly altered and painted over by their owners to form unintentionally graphic compositions. Eroded by nature and sometimes altered by vandalism, each surface tells its own unique story, with pastel paint basking in Veneto light and peeling off in varying degrees.

Unrefined textures and the raw emotion of colour are conveyed through these sun washed images, which have been shot on medium format film. Each print in the series is developed by hand, created as a limited edition of one to mimic the unique nature of the subject it depicts.

Pentimento will be on display at Paul Smith, No 9. Albemarle Street


Marseille Exhibition with Leica Camera by Kane Hulse

Marseilles, the latest project from South London photographer Kane Hulse, a series of alluring urban landscapes is to be exhibited exclusively in collaboration with Leica Camera. 

The sun washed photographs shot on 35mm film, elucidate on life in the Provencal port city through visual reflections on colour and form, capturing the unparalleled architectural identity oozing out of every sun baked Marseillais corner. 

Masterpieces by Le Corbusier and Fernand Pouillon are given a fresh new platform and vision as incredible structures accidentally thrown up in supermarket car parks create graphic visual imagery characterised by pastel colours and clean minimal lines to form a poetic vision bound by architecture. 


'Pastel Marseille' - DOMUS by Kane Hulse

The latest project by photographer Kane Hulse elucidates on Marseille’s life through reflections on form and colour, capturing the city’s recondite beauty within the context of architecture. It is a graphic and pastel vision of a sun doused location on the southern coast of France.


'The Amalfi Coast' Photo Essay - PORT Magazine by Kane Hulse

n this exclusive photo essay, Kane Hulse captures the vibrant ingredients that feed the people of Amalfi and gives the region its colour

Situated on the southern coast of Italy, stretching from Sorrento to Salerno, sits a daringly beautiful line of crooked shoreline. Blessed with fertile land and wisely cultured inhabitants, the Amalfi Coast produces ingredients magnificent enough to rival any region in the world. From organic lemons grown in groves that pepper the cliffs to anchovies caught before sunrise and sold by midday by burly tenor-like market traders, the ingredients that rise from the Amalfi coast are to be treasured for their flavour. Not just content to fill a belly, food plays an important role in the everyday life of this region as markets orchestrated from the back of Piaggio vans act like a theatre for the locals to socialise.


'Romantic Havana' - Conde Nast Traveller by Kane Hulse

The candy-coloured Cuban city pictured in Kane Hulse's 2014 film photographs is nothing short of poetic. Through cracking walls, striking portraits and architectural forms inspired by brutalist styles, Havanaappears as an almost otherworldly slice of ageless beauty. A captivating portrayal of a place steeped in cultural and political history, Hulse's sun-soaked work shows the lesser-known sights worth visiting before the capital is reshaped by economic change.