NSFW: Ryan Mcginley's "Yearbook" @ Team Gallery, NY

Photography // Sunday, August 17, 2014
Team Gallery will present new work by New York-based artist, Ryan McGinley in a solo exhibition entitled YEARBOOK opening on September 7, 2014. YEARBOOK is a single artwork that consists of over five hundred studio portraits of some two hundred models, always in the nude, printed on vinyl and adhered to every available inch of the gallery’s walls and ceilings.

Michael Wolf's "Paris Abstraction" @ Robert Koch, SF

Photography // Saturday, August 16, 2014
In 2008, photographer Michael Wolf began living part-time in Paris after living in Hong Kong for over a decade. At that time he was apprehensive about the prospect of working in his new home city, concerned about the clichés associated with images of Paris. It was during this period that he produced the series Paris Street Views by essentially sequestering himself in his apartment and appropriating images of Paris from Google Street View. 

ROGER BALLEN "Asylum of the Birds" @ Christophe Guye Galerie, Zurich

Photography // Friday, August 15, 2014
Christophe Guye Galerie is pleased to present Roger Ballen's upcoming solo exhibition "Asylum of the Birds," which will be the first gallery exhibition of his most recent series of work. We reviewed his newest book in the mag recently, and were lucky enough to have Mr Ballen on the cover of our photography zine in early 2014. Not only will the show feature over a dozen black and white photographs, the film ‘Asylum of the Birds’ as well as a site-specific installation and original drawings will be on view.

the photography of Shoji Ueda

Photography // Friday, August 15, 2014
Surrealist photographer Shoji Ueda composed statuesque figures far across sweeping sand dune backdrops. These sand dunes were located in his home region of Tottori, Japan and became the primary location for his incredible pictures, which regularly featured his wife and three children. 

Jason Fulford's "Self Service Oracle" @ Fraenkel Gallery, SF

Photography // Thursday, August 14, 2014
Tonight, The Hotel Oracle will re-open for one-night-only in San Francisco. Bring your friends to experience the self-service oracle and rummage through the hotel storage room. Also light up the night with a special giveaway while supplies last. 

Juno Calypso's "Joyce"

Photography // Thursday, August 14, 2014
With the right pink accessories and a housewife’s robe, photographer Juno Calypso becomes Joyce. During a Cindy Sherman-esque ritual of production, she transforms into her character Joyce, whose dead-eyed stare is captivating and erie.

Adrian Chesser’s “The Return”

Photography // Thursday, August 14, 2014
From 2006 to 2012, photographer Adrian Chesser photographed the current generation of nomadic Americans who have chosen to live their lives in the wild unknown between Idaho and California. Chesser captured the high and lows of a group who primarily use their basic instincts of hunter/gatherer to survive and move with the seasons as they see fit.

“Ray’s a Laugh”

Photography // Wednesday, August 13, 2014
In 2000, photographer Richard Billingham released a book of his photographs titled “Ray’s a Laugh”. The images document the everyday life of Billingham’s mother Elizabeth and father Ray. The series reveals Ray’s severe alcoholism and Elizabeth’s obsessive collecting of pets and cheap chachkies paired with the poverty they have been forced to live in as a result of Ray’s addiction. 

Lucy Hilmer's 40 Years of Birthday Suits

Photography // Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Every year on her birthday photographer Lucy Hilmer takes a self-portrait defiantly wearing only socks, boots, and a pair of white underpants. She documented forty years of her life in this way, starting in 1974 as a twenty-nine year old photography student...

Gregory Halpern's "In-Progress Work from California”

Photography // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Since 2008 photographer Gregory Halpern has been collecting Californian scenes and portraits for his upcoming book, set to publish with J&L books sometime next year. Tentatively, the series is titled “In-Progress Work from California”. The images are of a lyric-documentary style and show both awe and respect for the subjects depicted, gleaming in the infamous California light.

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