Alex Prager @ Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong

Photography // Thursday, March 12, 2015
Lehmann Maupin will present Alex Prager’s debut exhibition in Hong Kong through May 16, 2015. Continuing her exploration of the psychological experiences of crowds and the individuals within them, Prager will exhibit five new, large-scale photographs as well as video work. Not only have we featured Alex in the magazine in the past and in our special photography zine last year, we are featuring her sister, Vanessa, in the new issue of Jux. 

"We Were There" by Sandy Carson

Photography // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Sandy Carson is a Scottish photographer currently living and working in the United States. His project We Were There explores the relationship between concerts and the fans who attend them. The area between the stage and the barrier is usually used by photographers to take close up shots of the musicians, but here, Carson has turned the camera around, pointing his lens at the fans...

Justyna Neryng’s “Childhood Lost”

Photography // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
In her series “Childhood Lost”, UK-based photographer Justyna Neryng collaborated with her daughter Nell to create enchanting theatrical portraits. Drawing inspiration from Golden Age Dutch paintings, Neryng depicts childhood characters from stories and dreams. 

Julien Mauve’s “After Lights Out”

Photography // Monday, March 09, 2015
In his series “After Lights Out”, Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve uses blue and black twilight landscapes to explore lone light sources in an attempt to comment on the growing occurrence of light pollution that is slowly infiltrating the darkest parts of the earth. In this moment just after sundown and just before total darkness when everything is still slightly illuminated by the blue twilight haze, Mauve mimics the wide reaching phenomena of man made light.

McNair Evans "Confessions for a Son" @ Sasha Wolf Gallery, NY

Photography // Saturday, March 07, 2015
Chosen for this years PDN’s 30, San Francisco-based photographer McNair Evans found photography while studying cultural anthropology and later on continues his education through 0ne-on-one mentorships with Mike Smith and Alec Soth. 

“Terra Incognita - Perception of Landscape Today” @ Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Germany

Photography // Friday, March 06, 2015
On March 13, 2015, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf in Germany will be presenting a group exhibition of landscape photography entitled Terra Incognita - Perception of Landscape Today, featuring the workof Jocelyn Catterson, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Alex Grein, Lukas Marxt, Daniel Piaggio Strandlund, Talisa Lallai, Birde Vanheerswynghels and Jim Mangan who is currently feature in our March 2015 printed issue.

"New England & Other Places" by Sheron Rupp

Photography // Friday, March 06, 2015
Sheron Rupp is a photographer who began nurturing her love of photography in 1969 after purchasing her first "real" camera. Since then, Rupp has traveled the country producing stunning color photographs that are now in numerous permanent collections including the Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The J.Paul Getty Museum, and many others. Her photos, which document various sections of the country, show beautifully simple moments in rural towns, as she says "photographing in large cities has never appealed to me."

H. Lee "Grassland" @ Spot Photo Works, LA

Photography // Friday, March 06, 2015
Opening on March 7th for it’s first West Coast exhibition at Spot Photo Works in LA, H. Lee’s photographic series “Grassland”documents her one year stint living among some of Northern California’s cannabis growers. The photographs, which were taken between 2010 and 2013, show the end of an era when pot farming was forced to be incredibly secretive...

“Vegas and She” by Stefanie Moshammer

Photography // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Denmark-based photographer, Stefanie Moshammer’s newest project Vegas and She is the result of a two-month stay in Las Vegas aka Sin City. The varying images that this series is comprise of range from strippers, locals and nightclubs to pink Cadillac’s and dusty landscapes...

Ken Kitano & Tomoko Sawada @ Pace/MacGill Gallery

Photography // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Until April 25, Japanese artists Ken Kitano and Tomoko Sawada will have work on display at the Pace/MacGill Gallery in NYC. The two exhibitions titled “Ken Kitano: our face - prayers” and “Tomoko Sawada - My Faces” are separate yet presented in connection with each other. The gallery’s press release explains in their press release, “In their debut exhibitions at the gallery, Japanese photographers Ken Kitano and Tomoko Sawada examine the formation of social, cultural, and personal identity through portraiture”. 


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