Aerial Landscapes by Alexander Heilner

Photography // Monday, June 08, 2015
Since 2007, Baltimore-based artist and educator Alexander Heilner has been hiring small planes to aid in the exploration and documentation of his interest in the way infrastructure and human elements interact from an aerial perspective. “As the child of an airline employee,” he says “I clocked countless hours with my face pressed against the windows of various aircraft, or scrutinizing maps of my next destination.” 

13 Unseen Photographs of Brigitte Bardot @ Dadiani Fine Art, London

Photography // Monday, June 08, 2015
We like a good nostalgic moment, especially with an icon involved. Brigitte Bardot has that look that was iconic for the 1960s, making her one of the main representations of French cinema that we can all remember. Right now through June 30, Dadiani Fine Art in London is featuring "Brigitte Bardot: 13 Unseen Photographs, London 1968" by Ray Bellisario, a collection of paparazzi shots from the photographer as he followed the 34-year old star in the British capital as she promoted "Shalako."

The work of Guido Gazzilli

Photography // Saturday, June 06, 2015
Guido Gazzilli who spits his time between Rome and Berlin, is an exceptional photojournalist and teacher of photography. With a captivating quality to his work especially when shooting in black and white, his images are dark, gritty and high contrast. When not shooting personal work, he can be found shooting for clients like Nike, Addidas, Rolling Stone, Vice, GQ and more.

Fraction Magazine’s “Fraction of a Second”

Photography // Friday, June 05, 2015
Until August 8th, the multi-site exhibition “Fraction of a Second” put on by Fraction Magazine will be on display at 516 ARTS and the UNM Art Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The show is part of a collaborative initiative in Albuquerque with a goal of showcasing historical and contemporary photography called “PhotoSummer.” 

"To Be Here" by Kory Jean Kingsley

Photography // Friday, June 05, 2015
After living in Savannah, Georgia for the past four years, New England based photographer Kory Jean Kingsley developed a strong connection to the culture of the Southeast and to her day-to-day interactions with the people of the area. Focusing specifically on her exchanges with black men, Kingsley, a white female, addresses and challenges certain stereotypes from not only her own perspective, but from that of her subjects in her series To Be Here.

The Surreal Photographs of Hugh Kretschmer

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Hugh Kretschmer’s photographs are highly conceptual as well as imaginative. According to Kretschmer, “ My ideas are conjured-up by my dreams and desires of what life could be, if only… They are commentaries on the human condition and seek to embrace the strengths and weaknesses we all share; illustrated through quirk and irony.” 

I Shaved For Nothing

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Photographer and installation artist, Olivia Alonso Gough explores female sexuality during adolescence in her latest project I Shaved For Nothing. The series celebrates and furthers the contemporary discussion of the “sad girl culture” which seeks to liberate shame from emotionality and sexuality. 

Notorious Criminals: A Snapshot of Sinister Sydney

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Sydney’s first European settlers were criminals – not an auspicious start – and the city has maintained its reputation for breeding some of the world’s hardest, most malevolent and cunning crooks. From surreptitious poisoners, smoothing their victim’s brow while holding a poisoned cup to their mouth, through to low-lifes who would kill you for the coat on your back, this city has seen them all....

Fred W. McDarrah: The Artist’s World @ Steven Kasher, NY

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
It's the last week to see Fred W. McDarrah's "The Artist's World" at Steven Kasher Gallery in NYC. The exhibition features over 150 vintage prints, including the original book prints for the 1961 publication The Artist’s World in Pictures. Beginning in the early 1950s Littlefield and sculptor Philip Pavia hosted informal gatherings of artists at the Waldorf Cafeteria on 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village.

The work of Martin Roller

Photography // Wednesday, June 03, 2015
German artist Martin Roller photographs still lives of objects that he assembles made from collected objects found on the streets of Berlin. The works are made up of everyday objects and remnants of trash. Transforming their original function, the pieces become surreal and creatively nonfunctional works. 

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