A look inside "Grays The Mountain Sends" published by Silas Finch

Photography // Saturday, January 17, 2015
Now available in a second edition, Bryan Schutmaat’s Grays the Mountain Sends published by Silas Finch is more art piece than publication. Using a large format camera, Schutmaat set out to photograph the fleeting abandoned mining towns of the American West to present an alternative portrait of the country. 

Luis Mallo @ Praxis Gallery, NY

Photography // Friday, January 16, 2015
Until February 21, work by Cuban photographer Luis Mallo will be on display at the Praxis Gallery in New York. The exhibition titled “Interruptions” pushes our view of reality and the physical layers that it contains. 

"The World We Live In" by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

Photography // Friday, January 16, 2015
The World We Live In is a project by Austrian photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek. Presented as a book with no introductory text, the images are left to speak for themselves, the title acting as the only explanation needed. De Koekkoek's images are romantic, authentic and cover a wide range of subjects that offer glimpses of the world not often seen. 

"Transfiguration” by Ben Hopper

Photography // Friday, January 16, 2015
Like a mask, the layers of body paint and powder on the models in London-based photographer Ben Hopper's "Transfiguration" series "disguise the identity and release something animalistic from within...

Rock Stars and Their Parents

Photography // Thursday, January 15, 2015
In 1971, photographer John Olson travelled the globe to photograph some of the biggest rock stars of the time. Not only was he taking portraits of these iconic figures, but he was photographing them in their parents’ homes posing with their parents. 

"The Yellow River" by Zhang Kechun

Photography // Thursday, January 15, 2015
Zhang Kechun, a Chinese photographer, spent time on the banks of the The Yellow River for his series of the same name. With the river considered as the cradle of Chinese civilization, Kechun treated the project as a pilgrimage and took his time capturing the character of the river. 

Baron Wolman's "Woodstock"

Photography // Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Woodstock is one of the most widely recognized music festivals in Rock and Roll history with an attendance of 400,000 people and 32 acts (many of the most iconic musicians of our time played). A lot has been written on what had transpired over the course of those three days and there’s been some decent documentation of the events, however Baron Wolman’s photographs may be some of the best.

Rainer Elstermann’s “Old Masters”

Photography // Wednesday, January 14, 2015
In his series “Old Masters”, German artist Rainer Elstermann uses photography to recreate some of the most iconic portrait paintings from the past six centuries. From Da Vinci to Reubens, Elstermann draws inspiration from these classic works to breath new life into each painting through his photographic reinterpretations. 

Asger Carlsen for Resort Fashion

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
NY Mag’s The Cut recently made the wise decision of sending a shipment of Resort Fashion over to New York-based artist Asger Carlsen and gave him complete creative control to interpret the clothes how he felt fit. Inspired by African masks, Carlsen manipulated and sculpted the models to his instantly recognizable style producing a stunning body of images. 

Mathieu Bernard-Reymond’s “Intervalles”

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Through the use of multiple exposures, photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond creates a visual survey of human movement in his series “Intervalles”. By taking multiple photographs of the same scene from the same viewpoint, Bernard-Reymond is able to combine the figures in each individual photograph into one. 

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