The photography of Matthias Ziegler

Photography // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Born in 1964 with a curious and sensitive eye for people, Matthias thoroughly learned his trade at Bayerische Lehranstalt fuer Fotografie in Munich. Ever since he graduated in 1990, his reportages sent him travelling around the world. The results of these trips have been highly acclaimed, exhibited throughout Germany & Europe and awarded several times.

The Art of Sleep Paralysis

Photography // Thursday, April 24, 2014
At the age of fifteen, Nicolas Bruno began experiencing sleep paralysis where he would awake from frightening nightmares completely paralyzed and often hallucinate terrifying figures with obscured faces. Bruno decided to turn his passion for photography into a sort of therapy to help him cope with the sleep paralysis. When he would awake from his nightmares, he would write them down and later use them for photographic compositions. 

Paris Photo Los Angeles

Photography // Wednesday, April 23, 2014
This weekend in Los Angeles, the second American edition of Paris Photo will be taking place at the Paramount Pictures Studios, and for those of you who truly love and appreciate photography this is a must see. With 81 exhibitors from 18 countries, leading international galleries will present historical and contemporary bodies of works by renowned and emerging artists in the legendary Paramount Pictures’ soundstages.

The Still of the Night in New Orleans

Photography // Wednesday, April 23, 2014
After having his heart broken while attending Tulane University, Frank Relle turned to his neighborhood of the Garden District in New Orleans to stroll and clear his head at night. Four years after graduating college, he once again turned to his hometown for comfort during hard times and decided to begin photographing the homes and scenes that he was turing to by creating long exposure nighttime photographs. Relle gives each home he photographs a personality of it’s own. 

Brad Elterman's "Dog Dance" @ Milk Gallery

Photography // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Opening tonight at Milk Gallery in New York, "Dog Dance" will feature the iconic photography of Brad Elterman. Elterman was at the center of Los Angeles' late 1970s and early 80s punk scene. He was backstage at the most legendary of concerts and present at the craziest parties. Among the stars Brad circulated with were Joan Jett, Bob Dylan, Duran Duran, The Dead Boys, Blondie and the Ramones; other celebrities from that era who crossed his lens include Michael Jackson, Dolly Parton and John Travolta. 

Life as a Stormtrooper

Photography // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin has created a photo series that gives us a glimpse of what the life of a “Star Wars”stormtrooper would be like. Using a combination of actual figurines and handmade props, Batin depicts scenes ranging from dramatic moments, to mid-action depictions, to just plain hilarious happenings. By toying with the viewers’sense of scale, Batin constructs spaces that are truly visually convincing. 

The work of Ben Sandler

Photography // Monday, April 21, 2014
Ben Sandler's oeuvre--a confluence of art, design, technology, photography and film--operates like an excerpt from a much larger, cosmic narrative. A self-proclaimed "image-maker", Sandler's source of creativity stems from 'philosophical dialogues' that range in topic from the metaphysics behind human movement to the process of identity construction in a modern age. 

Jim Goldberg's "Rich and Poor"

Photography // Monday, April 21, 2014
Jim Goldberg is an American documentary photographer working in a unique style. He records conversations with his subjects, and then brings his photographic prints back and asks them write an edited portion of that conversation. Goldberg has applied this technique to several books, the two most prominent being ‘Rich and Poor’ which juxtaposes an affluent reality with those in poverty, as well as ‘Raised by Wolves’ which documents a group of young runaway drug addicts.

“Black Friday” by Seph Lawless

Photography // Monday, April 21, 2014
Self-described American-based artist and political activist/artivist, Seph Lawless set out to photograph two shopping malls in Ohio that are now abandoned as a result of the economic recession. Once centers of activity for their communities, they are now overgrown with vegetation, floodwaters, and decay; an unfortunate trend that is sweeping through shopping centers across the nation. "It's a powerful symbol of America's economic decline,” explains Lawless. 

Thomas Prior documents Willets Point, Queens

Photography // Sunday, April 20, 2014
The 62 acres of auto repair shops and salvage yards that make up Willets Point, Queens has changed very little over the past few decades unlike much of everything else in New York. Many people would like to see Willets Point stay that way but a 3 billion-renovation effort geared towards the area says otherwise. PhotographerThomas Prior (featured in our current issue) has been visiting Willets Point since going to Mets games as a kid and began documenting it’s grimy conditions and community starting in 2012. 

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