PRATT PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURES - Philip Gefter

Photography // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
In part of the ongoing Pratt Photography Lectures series, American author, photography critic, and Pratt alumnus Philip Gefter will be speaking on Wednesday, March 25. Gefter’s recent biography of Sam Wagstaff, entitled Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe, positions Wagstaff's personal life against the rise of photography as a major art form and the simultaneous formation of the gay rights movement. 

“Salt and Silver” @ Tate Britain

Photography // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Until June 7th, the Tate Britain Gallery will be exhibiting some of the earliest and rarest photographs in the history of the medium. As a result of a collaboration with the Wilson Centre for Photography, the exhibition titled “Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860” will showcase a specifically British form of photography using salt prints. 

"Frogtown to Victory" by Ashley M. Jones

Photography // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Ashley M. Jones is a Georgia based photographer working almost exclusively with large format film. Her series From Frogtown to Victory was shot in Savannah, Georgia during her MFA Photography program. The title of the project refers to the area alongside Savannah's Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, an area that, while rich with local history, has been impacted by the construction of an interstate overhead.

Sandy Kim "How's The Weather Down There?" @ Ever Gold Gallery, SF

Photography // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Currently on view at Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco is a solo exhibition with contemporary photographer Sandy Kim. How’s The Weather Down There? is a body of new work presented in large scale photographic prints created over the last two years of the artist’s travels through dark, playful, sensual and emotionally charged personal situations of herself and her subjects. This new body of work stays true to her roots of being influenced by Nan Goldin and Diane Arbus, yet moves towards a dream like state of an unique aesthetic of a jaded youth.

British Abroad

Photography // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
With 20 days remaining, award-winning British photojournalist Peter Dench is running a Kickstarter campaign to publish a photo book of his photographic series “British Abroad”. The series visually examines the “clubbing holiday” taken abroad by many British youths and the alcohol soaked events that occur.

Celebrating the Worldwide Residents Along the Arctic Circle

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
In his series “Life On The Line”, London-based photographer Cristian Barnett traveled to the Arctic Circle thirteen times over the course of eight years to document and celebrate the diversity and culture of the people who choose to make the remote and frigid area their home. 

"Assembly" by Osamu Yokonami

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
In his latest series, Assembly, photographer Osamu Yokonami comments on personal identity within a social group. Over the course of many seasons, Yokonami depicts uniformed girls acting in unison, set against the vastness of nature. With this he achieves a simplicity that allows the individual girls to disappear, and the expressiveness of the group to come forward. 

My Morning Jacket and Other Updates with Neil Krug

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
Our friend and one-time-featured artist/photographer Neil Krug is no stranger to working in the music world, having shot Lana Del Rey and Bat For Lashes amongst others. We just saw that he is the man behind the new My Morning Jacket album cover (The Waterfall, due out soon), and it gave us the chance to look through some of the newer sun-drenched psychedelic splendor of Krug's recent work. 

“For the Revolution” by Keith Yahrling

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
Currently residing inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, Keith Yahrlingwas nominated for PDN’s 30 of 2015 and was the recipient of a Graduate Studies Grant after finishing his MFA at RISD, which he says was pivotal for establishing a serious practice with his work.

John Chervinsky’s “An experiment in Perspective”

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
John Chervinsky is a Harvard engineer who produces cutting edge still-life photographs that explore ongoing philosophical and technological debates that have raged for centuries. His new self-published book An Experiment in Perspective has been made available by Photo-Eye Bookstore and contains 32 high quality,individually printed black and white images; two color images, and a corresponding visual index.

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