Simone Lueck’s “The Once and Future Queens”

Photography // Saturday, September 20, 2014
For her series, The Once and Future Queens, Los Angeles-based photographer Simone Lueck took to Craigslist to seek out willing participants. “Seeking fabulous, striking, interesting older woman to pose as a glamorous movie star for photo series. Please submit a photo and describe how you would pose as a glamorous movie star. There is no pay, but images will be provided. All types will be considered. Thank you!”

Ryan Schude Celebrates Car Culture in California

Photography // Friday, September 19, 2014
Photographer Ryan Schude has been documenting people and their modes of transportation since 2001 while studying at San Francisco Art Institute. Over time, the project developed into Them and Theirs, a series that takes a playful look into car culture in the Los Angeles area.

The Sex Offenders of Miracle Village

Photography // Friday, September 19, 2014
In a secluded area of Florida outside the Everglades there is a small community of 200 inhabitants isolated by surrounding sugar cane fields. In this self-governed neighborhood named Miracle Village, it’s residents have one thing in common… they are registered sex offenders. Photographer Noah Rabinowitz was able to document and capture the daily lives of the people who call Miracle Village home and the tight nit community that they have created. 

Nancy Baron’s New Monograph “The Good Life > Palm Springs”

Photography // Thursday, September 18, 2014
Photographer and filmmaker Nancy Baron’s newest monograph The Good Life > Palm Springs, published by Kehrer Verlag, offers us a look into the celebrated Hollywood hideaway. Baron, who describes Palm Springs as her second home, tells the story of this lush resort town beyond what a tourist’s eyes can see. 

The Soviet Union's Abandoned Nuclear Test Cities

Photography // Thursday, September 18, 2014
Nadav Kander began a three year survey of secret Soviet scientific cities and missile test sites when he learned of the existence of two "closed" cities on the border between Kazakhstan and Russia that tickled his curiosity for secrecy and his interest in the aesthetics of destruction. This fascination then took him from East Kazakhstan to the desolated landscapes of the Aral Sea. The restricted military zones of Priozersk and Kurtchatov did not appear on any map...

Connecting The Lines

Photography // Thursday, September 18, 2014
German street photographer Siegfried Hansen has an interesting way of connecting the dots, with lines. His main focuses are not humans and faces, but rather graphic connections and formal relations, which tell the stories of coincidences in public areas. The results are meticulously linear. 

Surreal and Landscape Nude Photography by Amanda Charchian

Photography // Wednesday, September 17, 2014
The Juxtapoz staff has really loved the photography work of Amanda Charchian ever since we first saw it. There is a great blend of naturalism, surrealism, and a blend of fashion and fine art photography in each composition. Some of her subtle nude shots are plain outstanding. 

Portraits by Jody Rogac

Photography // Wednesday, September 17, 2014
So often in portraiture today we find over complicated styling, complex lighting and heavy post-production. Brooklyn-based photographer, Jody Rogac’s work is a stunning example that you don’t need these things to make a beautiful portrait. In a recent interview, she described her work as quiet and unassuming, and we couldn’t agree more. 

Life in North Dakota

Photography // Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In his series “Meadowlark”, Seattle based photographer Ian C. Bates photographs the serene landscape, the multitude of wildlife, and the rural way of life in North Dakota. With the oil industry slowly encroaching on it’s scenery, Bates works to document life in the state before the imminent invasion of oil pumpjacks, trucks, and trains. 

Photoville is Coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Photography // Tuesday, September 16, 2014
United Photo Industries, the photography cooperative best known for its multi-city photo installation “The Fence,” brings us the third annual Photoville, a pop-up exhibit space that takes over Brooklyn Bridge Park from September 18th to 28th. The largest yearly photo event in New York City is expecting to attract 80,000 visitors this year.
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