Charles Cowling
Charles Cowling
    Funeralworld tends to be a very quiet, even dull, place — well, in Britain it is. And perhaps we should be grateful for that. If we glance over at our friends in the US we find much more goes on. In the last few days… A hearse driver
Charles Cowling
    We’re huge fans of Sebastian here at the GFG. We especially like this:          MEMORIAL OF A CONCENTRATION CAMP  Santiago, Chile 2006 A 10-meter magnolia tree is planted in the center of Chile’s National Stadium where dictator Pinochet in 1973 imprisoned thousands of political prisoners
Charles Cowling
Ascot racegoers slug it out in time-honoured style   Posted by Richard Rawlinson   I’m revisiting a post by Charles in January about whether a funeral can ever accommodate the venting of chaotic feelings generated by death. If so, what behaviour can be ‘officially’ appropriated: formalised wailing, hurling plates against a
Charles Cowling
  Photos by Tajette O’Halloran, film-maker and photographer in Australia. In her own words:  Leaving This Life is a new series I have created and will be exhibiting later in the year. It is a voyeuristic and sensual portrait series exploring the fragility of life in relation to murder, violence and dying