“O” by Ward Robert (NSFW)

Photography // Thursday, July 30, 2015
In the series “O,” photographer Ward Roberts creates nude portraits along with the gradients of sunsets. Similarly to much of the artist’s work, specifically his documentation of courts, this series explores pastel-hues. The images appear washed out and evoke feelings of bleakness and serenity.

“Silence/Shapes” by Filippo Minelli

Photography // Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Italian photographer, Filippo Minelli explores smoke bombs often in nature in his series “Silence/Shapes.” He uses homemade smoke bombs to achieve a large amount of smoke for the very short amount of time allotted to fully photograph its impact. The smoke bombs in the images often mark what would normally be a serene or pure natural landscape.

Paul Graham's "The Whiteness Of The Whale" @ Pier 24, San Francisco

Photography // Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Pier 24 Photography is pleased to present The Whiteness of the Whale, a solo exhibition by British photographer Paul Graham (b. 1956) who lives and works in New York City. For the first time, this exhibition brings together three bodies of work made in the United States between 1998 and 2011, American Night (1998–2002), a shimmer of possibility (2004–06), and The Present (2010–11).

Naturally by Bertil Nilsson

Photography // Tuesday, July 28, 2015
"Growing up in Sweden I spent a lot of time in the forest but my entire adult life living in the city. Through my experiments with dancers and circus artists I came back to explore nature and, maybe because of that childhood connection, it triggered a great sense of adventure in me."

"Richard Prince- New Portraits" @ Gagosian Gallery, London

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
Richard Prince’s controversial appropriated Instagram selfie photos have made their way to the Gagosian Gallery in London and are currently on display. This exhbition will be closing on August 1, 2015, giving you a couple more days to go check it out.

“The Contest of Meaning” by Kelia Anne MacCluskey

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
The Contest of Meaning is a body of work created by American photographer Kelia Anne MacCluskey during her travels in London, France, and Italy. Focusing on the notion of selective memory and how our mind remembers things at varying levels of clarity and truth, MacCluskey created images that embody both the lucid and manipulated qualities of memories. 

Documenting Gender Unique Children

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
Until August 9, the series “You Are You” by photographer Lindsay Morris will be on display at Clampart in NYC. The work documents a weekend summer camp for gender-nonconforming children and their families. Morris first attended the camp in 2007 with a loved one and began documenting the experience, which she continued for seven years after her first visit. 

The resurfaced work of Neal Boenzi

Photography // Sunday, July 26, 2015
Once a New York Times photographer who quit when they wanted to give him a computer, Neal Boenzi shot captivating news and street photos of life in New York starting in the ‘40s. But it was not until the last couple years that Boenzi has begun getting his due acknowledgment for being an inventive, charismatic and empathetic figure in photography thanks in part to the the NYTimes.

Thomas Prior photographs New York Handball players

Photography // Saturday, July 25, 2015
New York has been described as the “World’s Capital” for one-wall hand ball and spending time around the city you can see why, with every park having at least a couple of walls dedicated to the sport. Brooklyn-based photographer, Thomas Prior who has shot a range of subjects over the years has recently taken interest in its participants, photographing them action in part of an ongoing series. 

JH Engström's "Random" published by Mörel

Photography // Friday, July 24, 2015
Random is a new book by Mörel featuring photographs from from Stockholm-based photographer, JH Engström and is an exercise in producing a book solely with the "will of the medium". Explaining the process Mörel states, “Engstrom randomly selected 60 images. 40 of these images were randomly selected by Mörel and randomly sequenced. 

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