Sheida Soleimani's "National Anthem"

Photography // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Sheida Soleimani is an Iranian-American artist and the daughter of two political refugees. During the revolution that look place in Iran in 1979, her parents were suppressed and tortured for their activism against the regime. As a reaction to the histories of her parents, Soleimani's series National Anthem explores the history of Iran's turbulent past through still life and self portrait. 

Ryan Koopmans' "Paradise Now"

Photography // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Ryan Koopmans is a Dutch & Canadian photographer fascinated by the interaction of nature with man made elements. His series Paradise Now takes a look at the construction of urban utopias and how they raise questions of what is natural in the context of these new cities. 

'Supermarket Simulacrum II" by Corey Bartle-Sanderson

Photography // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In his series titled Supermarket Simulacrum II, artist Corey Bartle-Sanderson, disguises fruit and then reveals it. The purpose of the project is to exercise our eyes to observe overlooked objects, since their shapes often become camouflaged into their backgrounds. 

To Be A Nun Today

Photography // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In his photographic series “Commitment”, Scotland-based photographer Craig Buchan visually chronicles the daily life of a modern day nun. Focusing specifically on the sisters of the Poor Clare Monastery, Buchan shows how although these nun live their lives void of material possessions, there are certain possessions that they are obliged to use. 

A look inside Trent Parke's "Minutes to Midnight"

Photography // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
“Minutes to Midnight is an apocalyptic book, but they are real documents, they’re real events, real moments in time that have happened,” explains Magnum photographer Trent Parke. Shot over the course of two years and covering over 90,000 km, Minutes to Midnight is a seductively dark, black and white, enigmatic narrative of Parke’s homeland of Australia. 

Iconic Magnum Photographer René Burri dies at 81

Photography // Monday, October 20, 2014
The famous Swiss photographer René Burri left us today, at the age of 81 after a long illness. He leaves behind an important body of work on recent history, which has been published in countless newspapers, journals, magazines, exhibitions and books all over the world. Among his most famous photos are portraits of Che Guevara, Pablo Picasso and Le Corbusier, a breathtaking view into the streets of Sao Paolo and his stories of Cuba and Vietnam. 

Martin Parr's "Autoportrait"

Photography // Monday, October 20, 2014
Released as a book in 2000, Autoportrait by Martin Parr is a collection of photographs not actually taken by the well known Magnum photographer, but, rather, taken of him. During his travels for assignments, Parr would have his photo taken at various portrait studios, by street photographers, in photo booths, any avenue he could find where he could walk away with a photo of himself. 

Austin Irving's "Show Caves"

Photography // Sunday, October 19, 2014
Los Angeles-based photographer, Austin Irving traveled around America and East Asia to document the bizarre intersection of natural and built architecture inside Show Caves designed for tourism. Shooting4x5 color negatives on a Toyo Field camera, Irving’s project brought her on location to Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Virginia, New Mexico, Arizona, Tennessee and New York. 

"Wayward Cognitions" by Ed Templeton

Photography // Saturday, October 18, 2014
20 years worth of street life in it’s rawest form is captured by legendary skateboarder Ed Templeton in his recently released “Wayward Cognitions”, published by Um Yeah Arts. Addressing the grim culture with a deeply marginal, alternative angle, Templeton is unapologetic in his collection of photographs. 

Thilde Jensen's "The Canaries"

Photography // Friday, October 17, 2014
Thilde Jensen's project The Canaries documents people with chemical sensitivities, or Environmental Sicknesses (EI). Having been effected by EI herself, the project approaches the subjects very gently and with sensitivity. These portraits convey the subtle ways people suffer from the condition. 
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