Edwin De La Rosa's "Street Work" @ Claw & Co, New York

Photography // Monday, June 22, 2015
Photographer and professional BMX rider, Edwin De La Rosa will be showing new work in a show entitled Street Work at Claw & Co this Thursday, June 25, 2015. If grimey street life and underground subculture photography is what gets you hyped, then we couldn't suggest a better show to go check out! 

The Photographs of Anneè Olofsson

Photography // Monday, June 22, 2015
Anneè Olofsson (b.1966) is a Swedish photographer, sculptor, and video artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. She often uses her own body in her photo and video work. In addition to herself, she also uses her parents in her work and explores the themes of domesticity and parent-child relationships. Many of her photographic works are focused around the theme of aging and its societal stigma.

WATTS UP, MONTAUK

Photography // Sunday, June 21, 2015
Photographer Ben Watts released his new book Montauk Dreaming this week, with a retrospective exhibition at the Milk Studios gallery in NYC called WATTSUPMONTAUK. The exhibition features selected works from the book, as well as highlights from Ben’s personal archive, which feature an array of portraits featuring rappers, actors, boxers, skateboarders, and other street characters that are the hallmark of this twenty year career.

Lady In the Loo

Photography // Saturday, June 20, 2015
In 2009, Eli Rezkallah launched Plastik Magazine in Beirut, making it the first visual publication in the Middle East. The publication is dedicated to showcasing new creative talents. Eli, and creative director of the magazine, Ryan Houssari, recently worked on a series entitled Lady In the Loo, maintaining the colorful aesthetic seen in some of their past works, and featuring the latest collections from VERSACE, Tod’s, and Christian Louboutin. 

Yopparai Tengoku (Drunkards' Heaven) by Kenji Kawamoto

Photography // Friday, June 19, 2015
Yopparai Tengoku, “Drunkards’ Heaven” in Japanese, is a project by Tokyo-born photographer Kenji Kawamoto. The series is a collection of images of people resigned to the ground and floor, “people who have reached their limit and exhausted their strength after the daily grind.” Perfectly composed, the photos are unexpectedly romantic, inviting a sense of curiosity as to what exactly drove these subjects to the ground.

The Experimental Photographs of Bagrad Badalian

Photography // Friday, June 19, 2015
Bagrad Badalian uses several different experimental photographic techniques such as long exposures and various light sources to create these stunningly obscured images. His photographs are extraordinarily vivid, energetic, and surreal.

"The Road" @ Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Opening tomorrow, Robert Koch Gallery presents The Road, an exhibition that explores the timeless narrative of the road. Spanning the history of photography, from the nineteenth century to the present, the exhibition features work by sixteen photographers for whom the road was muse. The exhibition investigates the road as a symbol of freedom, a metaphor for growth and modernity, and a conduit for reflection and discovery. 

Greetings from Mars by Julien Mauve

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Greetings from Mars, a series by Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve, imagines a scenario of two typical tourists visiting the surface of Mars. Exploring way people behave in national parks and in front of natural landmarks, Mauve found landscapes that mimic the arid climate of the red planet to place his subjects in. 

Brigitte Lacombe "Complicities" @ Phillips, NYC

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Sometimes it appears to be a little cheating when it comes to taking photos of celebrities because of the story already been told. But man, these black and white photos by Brigitte Lacombe are just stunning, intimate, perfectly captures a moment in time. Take this shot of Julia Roberts in 1989. Just damn outstanding if you ask us. Lacombe's work will be on display at Phillips through July 30, 2015.  

Liz Hickok's Groundwater Series

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Liz Hickok's latest series, Ground Waters, is created by flooding miniature scenes of urban decay with liquid crystal solutions. The solutions crystallize on the structures, creating an etherial scene that defies typical proportions. 

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