Akasha Rabut's "Edna Karr"

Photography // Sunday, April 12, 2015
New Orleans-based photographer, Akasha Rabut, has been tirelessly documenting the unique and vibrant cultures striving in NOLA. Speaking to us about her project Edna Karr, the photographer explains, “I've been working on a photo project in New Orleans for a little over a year about the Edna Karr High School marching band, majorettes and dance team. I recently shot a short essay over the past 2 weeks (Mardi Gras parade season) of practice leading up to Nomtoc (I march with the marching band every year)...

"Wildly Strange: The Photographs of Ralph Eugene Meatyard" @ Blanton Museum of Art, Austin

Photography // Saturday, April 11, 2015
The Blanton Museum of Art and the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin present Wildly Strange: The Photographs of Ralph Eugene Meatyard. The exhibition features over 35 photographs—including never-before exhibited prints—exclusively drawn from the Ransom Center’s photography collection and archives of writers from Meatyard’s intellectual circle.

"Fatal Attraction: Piotr Uklański Photographs" @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Photography // Friday, April 10, 2015
Since emerging in the mid-1990s, the New York–based artist Piotr Uklański (born Poland, 1968) has worked with a wide variety of materials, from eye-popping collages made with pencil shavings and motley assemblages of fiber and crockery to paintings made with tie-dye or globs of brightly colored resin.

"RICHARD MISRACH: BEING(S) 1975-2015" @ Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Thursday, April 09, 2015
Tonight in San Frnacisco, Fraenkel Gallery presenting Richard Misrach: Being(s) 1975-2015, on view from April 9 – May 30, 2015. This survey exhibition traces the appearance of the human figure in Misrach’s photographs across the entire span of his career, from 1975 to the present. Though primarily known as a photographer of the landscape, on occasion Misrach has placed the human figure as a focal point of his images since the mid-1970s. 

"Last Road North" by Ben Huff

Photography // Thursday, April 09, 2015
The Dalton Highway is a 414 mile long road in Alaska, running from just north of Fairbanks to the Prudhoe Bay Oil Field near the Arctic Ocean. Photographer Ben Huff became fascinated with the road after moving to Fairbanks and exploring the area on a short trip to the Arctic Circle. 

video: Roger Ballen's Outland (2015)

Photography // Wednesday, April 08, 2015
If you are going watch this new video by acclaimed photographer and our November 2014 cover artist, Roger Ballen, we highly suggest you refrain from going to sleep for at least a few hours after viewing it to prevent any possible terrorizing nightmares. Seriously, this fantastic video entitled Outland is dark, creepy and enigmatic. Released in conjunction with Phaidon Press releasing a revised version of Outland, filmmaker Ben Jay Crossman gives us an insightful perspective showing the viewer “the mind inside the mind.” 

"Look Up" by Kamila K. Stanley

Photography // Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Over the years, photographer Kamila K. Stanley has been photographing the sky at different times and locations—places including Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. In her recent series Look Up, the artist examines colors, shapes, complexion and character, in order to overlay portraits of women photographed in her studio, onto the collection of images she has gathered throughout the years of what lies above us. 

Sometimes This Can Be Difficult

Photography // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Zachary McCauley is a photographer living and working in the American South. His series Sometimes This Can Be Difficult explores his own identity and place within Southern culture through everyday moments, spaces, and objects. Focusing on subject matter not typically associated with Southern charm, McCauley shows a view of south that is extremely personal, yet relatable.

Sara Hini’s “Shadow Play”

Photography // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Through the use of contrast rich shadows and experimenting with image orientation, photographer Sara Hini abstracts the viewer’s sense of reality by altering the three dimensional planes in the spaces she photographs. In her series “Shadow Play”, Hini uses shadows as a guide for her altered planes while pairing those shadows with hints of the human figure. 

Sarah Geiger's Glitch Dreamscapes

Photography // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Sarah Geiger has been shooting some interesting road trip glitch photos of trains that made us do a double take.

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