"Alfred Stieglitz and the 19th Century" @ Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

Photography // Friday, October 09, 2015
Alfred Stieglitz tirelessly promoted photography as a fine art. Through his own photographic work over the course of a half-century, the photographic journals he edited and published, and the New York galleries at which he organized exhibitions of photographs, paintings, and sculpture, Stieglitz showed photography to be an integral part of modern art in America.

Dan Monick's "Psychic Windows" published by Deadbeat Club

Photography // Thursday, October 08, 2015
Los Angeles-based publisher, Deadbeat Club has released a new zine featuring the work of Dan Monick entitled Psychic Windows. Printed in an edition of 200, this zine is full color with 44 pages. 

A look inside Mårten Lange's "CITIZEN"

Photography // Thursday, October 08, 2015
While living on and off in London over the course of four years, Mårten Lange found an interest in pigeons and through his photography anthropomorphized them in his series Citzen. Once using cliffs as their home, urban pigeons have now adapted to utilizing the facades of buildings instead. Considering human’s relationship to the urban city as a habitat and its subsequent harsh environment for occupying, Lange considered pigeons as fitting symbol for city life and how humans have become their main food source along with being their biggest enemy. 

Ave Pidas' Beautiful Nudes

Photography // Thursday, October 08, 2015
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ave Pildas worked early in his career as a photo stringer for Downbeat Magazine. In 1971 Pildas began working as the Art Director at Capitol Records in Hollywood and designed and photographed album covers for the label`s recording artists.

A look inside Toilet Paper, Volume II

Photography // Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Started in June 2010 as a shared passion/obsession between both its creators Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, Toilet Paper has since carved out a niche in both the realm of surreal imagery and publishing as a work of art. Now 11 issues deep, along with releasing four collaborative issues with the brand Kenzo called Kenzine and a box set with DESTE Foundation, Toilet Paper has released its second book, Volume II. 

ICA Presents Mark Cawson's Photos of London Squats

Photography // Wednesday, October 07, 2015
ICA presents an exhibition of unseen photographs by Smiler (aka Mark Cawson) of London squats from the late 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s. The content of the exhibition focuses on a body of work that Smiler mainly shot between West London and Kings Cross. The exhibition consists of black and white images taken on an analogue camera.

Wolfgang Tillman's "PCR" @ David Zwirner, New York

Photography // Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Currently on display at David Zwirner in New York is PCR, a new solo exhibition by Wolfgang Tillmans. On view will be over one hundred recent works installed by the artist, spanning a comprehensive selection of the major themes and processes in his oeuvre. The show also presents the United States debut of Instrument, a new, split-framed video. 

Adrian Skenderovic's "Down the River"

Photography // Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Earlier this year we came across a series of photographs that documented various run down basketball courts around the globe and it lead us to by Paris-based photographer, Adrian Skenderovic. We recognized that Skendervic had a sharp eye at the time and when we recently returned to his website to see if he had produced anything new, we were greeted with his wonderful new voyeuristic series Down The River. 

Interview: Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer

Photography // Tuesday, October 06, 2015
In the infancy of hip-hop, Brooklyn-born photographer Jamel Shabazz documented the pioneers of music and style who would launch an enduring worldwide phenomenon. In Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer Charlie Ahearn (director of the seminal graffiti movie Wild Style) pays tribute to both Shabazz and those who defined hip-hop before it had definition. We sat down with Shabazz ahead of the DVD release to talk about his motives for documenting the world around him and how they have evolved throughout his lifetime.

"First Notes From a Theory of Hell" by Gerardo Montiel Klint

Photography // Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Having studied at both the Escuela Activa de Fotografia and Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City, photographer Gerardo Montiel Klint has worked hard to acquire the skill set it takes to create brilliant imagery of the hyperreal esthetic.
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