Judging America

Photography // Friday, October 03, 2014
In his photographic series “Judging America”, Joel Parés explores the common stereotypes put upon the many races and sexes that form the makeup of America. In the series, Parés finds subjects who fit into the chosen prejudiced categories and applies the most severe of those prejudices to portraits that he then takes of each subject.

Invasive Species

Photography // Friday, October 03, 2014
In his photographic series “Invasive Species”, artist Dillon Marsh explores the phenomena of disguised cell phone towers in South Africa. The cell phone towers he photographs are the imitation tree towers that are erected and designed to meld into the surrounding landscape. 

Imagination is Infinite

Photography // Friday, October 03, 2014
Within the relationship between imagined narratives and lived situations, Maria Minnelli produces whimsical storylines that could come off as odd to the average eye. Her goal is to create images that flirt between senseless humor and experiences occurring in the everyday. 

"Lazy Mom" by Josie Keefe & Phyllis Ma

Photography // Thursday, October 02, 2014
Artists Josie Keefe, a prop stylist, and Phyllis Ma, window dresser, collaborate on a photo project titled LAZY MOM. Their name pokes fun at the idea of a bored housewife, slapping together meals like one precarious meat, cheese, and pickle stack, meals that look slapdash but were actually the result of many subtle arrangements. 

Synchrodogs "Reverie sleep"

Photography // Thursday, October 02, 2014
Synchrodogs (Roman Noven and Tania Shcheglova) latest series, the Reverie sleep project, is based on Synchrodogs’ dreams, those they have seen in drowsiness. Charting that subtle space between wake and sleep - familiar yet remote, the artistic duo have been recording their supernatural visions and then recreating them via photography.

video: Bruce Gilden critiques Art Photography

Photography // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Magnum photographer and Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, Bruce Gilden critiques contemporary art photography and we can’t stop laughing. We’re not sure if this was intended to be comical or not, but we think it’s ridiculously hilarious. Simply put, “This lady is not a photographer” says Gilden.  

Visible Light

Photography // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
As a former student of both painting and photography, Alexander Harding has a clear handle on the nature of light. In his series Visible Light, Harding examines our relationship with sunlight with a range of abstract and representational photographs. 

Nguan's Singapore

Photography // Tuesday, September 30, 2014
In his series titled Singapore, photographer Nguan offers a quiet glimpse into lives of the people who live here. Even in instances of falling apart homes and unassuming citizens on the street, Nguan finds beauty and pulls the viewer in to see his home country the way he sees it. 

Eadweard Muybridge’s Studies in Motion

Photography // Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Before the use of moving pictures became prevalent, a well-know nineteenth century photographer was called upon to settle a bet. The photographer was Eadweard Muybridge and the bet was whether or not all four of a horse’s legs leave the ground when galloping. 

Magdalena Bors Builds and Photographs Surreal Landscapes in Her Home

Photography // Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Melbourne-based artist Magdalena Bors latest series of photographs features complex, surreal environments within her home. Entitled The Seventh Day, the series required a very labor-intensive and repetitive process to build the sets. The artist is fascinated by the simultaneous strength and fragility of the connection between the natural world and ourselves. 

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