Carnival Strippers

Photography // Tuesday, February 10, 2015
From 1972 to 1975, photographer Susan Meiselas spent her summers photographing the female striptease performers who worked in traveling carnivals throughout New England, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. 

"PTL" by Andy McMillan

Photography // Monday, February 09, 2015
Andy McMillan is a photographer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. His series "PTL" began in 2006, documenting the community where his father's church moved, a property once containing a ministry base and a Christian theme park owned by televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. 

“Nature’s Finale” by Ann-Mari Broman

Photography // Monday, February 09, 2015
In her series “Nature’s Finale”, New Jersey-based photographer Ann-Mari Broman visually explores the stages of decomposition in nature by creating images of carcasses and bones she finds in the landscape near her home. 

Ryan Lawton’s “Riders”

Photography // Saturday, February 07, 2015
Ryan Lawton is a 23- year- old San Diego based photographer who’s found inspiration in his daily commutes on the public transportation system. When he made the move from Orange County to San Diego three years ago, he ditched his car in exchange for a less private means of travel. 

Insanely Realistic Photos With Miniature Models

Photography // Friday, February 06, 2015
Conceived as an exercise in model making and photography, Michael Paul Smith’s “Elgin Park” soon became a passion project where Smith recreated a fictional town based on his own nostalgic memories from his hometown. Through the use of 1/24th-scale model recreations, Smith photographs scenes of everyday life in his created town taking place from the 1920’s to the mid 1960’s. 

Documenting Detroit’s Abandoned Cars

Photography // Thursday, February 05, 2015
In the wake of recent bankruptcy, photojournalist Joshua Lott set out to photograph the abundance of abandoned cars scattered across the city’s landscapes. The Detroit-based photographer used these automobiles as metaphors for the Motor City’s decline and it’s current economy.

The Photography of Dom Sebastian

Photography // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Dom Sebastian is a 20 year old London based photographer, graphic artist and fashion designer who gained internet notoriety with his net art influenced fashion line Jurassic Marble, which contained fabrics printed with some of his photographic works.

Clay Patrick McBride @ Foley Gallery, NY

Photography // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Until February 22, black and white photographs by Clay Patrick McBride will be on display at the Foley Gallery in New York as part of the gallery’s storefront window curatorial series. The installation titled “Third Rail” is comprised of 35mm photographs taken by McBride in the NYC subway. 

Viviane Sassen "Pikin Slee" @ London ICA, London

Photography // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
The ICA is delighted to present a solo exhibition of recent work by Viviane Sassen (who was also featured in Juxtapoz in November 2014), a photographer who has garnered parallel critical acclaim as a fashion photographer and in the context of contemporary visual art. The content of the exhibition focuses predominantly on a body of work that Sassen made in Pikin Slee, Suriname in 2013. Pikin Slee is the second-largest village on the Upper Suriname River, deep within the Surinamese rainforest. The exhibition consists of black and white and colour works shot on an analogue camera.

Paws for Life Has California Inmates Training Rescue Dogs

Photography // Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Last year photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois spent six days in a maximum security prison in Los Angeles County documenting the bizarre scenes of inmates training rescue dogs in a program put together by Paws For Life. The 12-week program has level 4 and 3 (Highest levels of security) inmates giving rescue dogs a second life by caring for them, training them and after the program has ended the dogs are up for adoption (All the dogs were adopted!).

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