Chris von Wangenheim’s Raw Fashion

Photography // Thursday, September 24, 2015
Last week marked the release of Chris von Wangenheim’s first monograph of his groundbreaking fashion photography. The book, titled “Gloss: The Work of Chris von Wangenheim”, explores his work for magazines such as Interview, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue from 1968 to 1981.Through his work, von Wangenheim’s revolutionized the way fashion was seen and depicted. 

The Work of Chad Coombs

Photography // Thursday, September 24, 2015
Chad Coombs, a fine art photographer from Saskatoon, Canada, appoints Richard Avedon as one of his idols and his photographic inspiration. He therefore also seeks with his photographs to shake up and disturb the viewer, but above all he wants to encourage him to think and feel. His work is supposed to appeal to the viewer and have an effect on him, but not to impose a particular view. Coombs is more interested in the feelings, which are hidden behind a photograph.

"Ornithological Photographs" by Todd R. Forsgren

Photography // Wednesday, September 23, 2015
The non-profit publishing organization Daylight has recently released a book by photographer Todd R. Forsgren for his series Ornithological Photographs; a mesmerizing collection of intimate portraits of birds at the moment of their capture in mist nets as part of scientific surveys and ornithological research.  This monograph serves as an effective and original critique of our impulse to name, classify and quantify wildlife. 

Jr's "Can Art Change the World?" to be released by Phaidon

Photography // Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Available for pre-order and set to release next month, Can Art Change the World? Is the first major, in-depth retrospective monograph on JR, artist and activist behind some of the world's most provocative large-scale public photography projects. Created in close collaboration with JR, this book includes all bodies of his work, his collaborations with other artists and institutions such as the New York Ballet and previously unpublished behind-the-scenes documentation of his studios in Paris and New York, where he and his creative collaborators live and work.

Andrew Moore's "Dirt Meridian"

Photography // Tuesday, September 22, 2015
On September 29th, Italian book publisher Damiani will release a new book featuring the work of Andrew Moore entitled Dirt Meridian. Photographer Andrew Moore brings this land to life in Dirt Meridian, interlacing its storied past to a vital but uncertain future. Having worked this line since 2005, Moore combines aerial and traditional large-format photography to depict the restrained, almost elusive, terrain, and the stories of families defiantly connected to the challenging landscape along the area west of the 100th Meridian in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico.

"Processed Views" by Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman

Photography // Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Having been collaborators since the ‘80s where the two met at the Institute of Design in Chicago, Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman have since produced a number of bodies of work together, with our most favorite being the captivating series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape. Referencing landscape photographs from Carleton Watkins (1829-1916) and using various food products, the two recontextualize the photographer’s images creating their own to address consumption, progress and the changing landscape.

In and Out of the Studio Photographic Portraits from West Africa @ The MET, New York

Photography // Tuesday, September 22, 2015
In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa Currently on display at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York through January 3, 2016. This exhibition presents one hundred years of portrait photography in West Africa through nearly eighty photographs taken between the 1870s and the 1970s. These works, many of which are being shown for the first time, are drawn from the Metropolitan Museum's Visual Resource Archives in theDepartment of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, with additions from the Department of Photographs.

Godfather of the Cute Cat Photo

Photography // Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Can’t look anywhere on the internet without a kitten picture popping up? Partially responsible is Walter Chandoha, the first photographer to delve into the then-niche genre of cat portraits. You’ll likely recognize his work—iconic single-color backgrounds and glamour backlighting with cats and kittens acting, well, cute… 

Richardson A8 issue

Photography // Saturday, September 19, 2015
Richardson Magazine, the publication dedicated to all things sex (porn stars, fetishes, desire, ETC) but not considered a porno by its editor has just released a new issue, A8. Launched in 1998 with an issue coming out every two years, their newest installment has a heavy line up which includes Blac Chyna photographed by Steven Klein, and featured work by William Pope L, Mark Flood, Kara Walker, Nick Waplington, Gaetano Liberatore, Gene Bilbrew, Will Boone, William Crawford, Jeanette Hayes, Glen Ligon and Juliana Huxtable.

Miron Zowmir's "NYC RIP" published by Pogo Books

Photography // Friday, September 18, 2015
In 1980, Miron Zownir emigrated to the USA, where he lived for the next fifteen years; first in New York, then in Los Angeles, and Pittsburgh. In New York, back then arguably the world's most fascinating and permissive metropolis, Zownir's peculiar approach to cover the city's multiple-layered day-to-day lunacy was quickly recognised by the local scene as the TEUTONIC PHENOMENOGRAPHER (Village Voice). 


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