"When Two or More are Gathered Together" by Neal Slavin

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
Neal Slavin is a photographer and film director known for his photographic books. His book and series When Two or More are Gathered Together is a collection of various clubs and organizations across the the US. The project was sparked by an old family photo of his brother-in-law's Boy Scout troop. 

"The Shepherd’s Daughter" by Clare Benson

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
In her photographic series “The Shepherd’s Daughter”, Michigan native Clare Benson visually explores her family’s relationship and history with hunting. Creating both documentary and staged images, Benson uses her photography to better understand and relate to her family. 

The Natural Wonders of Inka and Niclas

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping.  Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping. In their work, "a happy conversation between a human and nature is revealed in sweeping tableaus, lush color fields, and small, but undeniably engaged individuals, couples, and groups. Whether deeply involved in the conversation, or expectant that it will happen, the subjects bare a desire for this connection." Desire is the word. We want to be there, sitting by that rainbow rock.  via thisispaper.com and @anothermagazine

"Zonians" by Matías Costa

Photography // Sunday, February 01, 2015
Photographed from 2011 to 2014, Matias Costa’s Zoiians is a series of images that follow the traces of the Zonians memory and the moments before their near disappearance. “Known as the Zonians, these people were stripped of their privileges in 1999 when their land ceased to be a North American territory. 

Annie Ling's "Awhereness"

Photography // Saturday, January 31, 2015
“Romania and Moldova are beautiful countries with an ugly problem. Every year, thousands of women, men and children are trafficked outside and within the borders for sex and forced labor,” writes Patricia Chabvepi on the project Awhereness by Brooklyn-based photographer Annie Ling. 

"the same difference between us and them" by william w douglas III

Photography // Friday, January 30, 2015
Charleston born, Virginia-based photographer William W Douglas is interested in the concept of water due to importance to biological growth and survival for all living organisms, using it as a vehicle to raise questions about science and religion. He shoots primarily on the road, especially in coastal regions where the landscapes have given way to harsh weather.

Willis ‘Buzz’ Hartshorn @ Howard Greenberg Gallery

Photography // Friday, January 30, 2015
Running through to March 14, a solo exhibition of work by photographer Willis Hartshorn titled “Willis Hartshorn: A Fine Life” will be on display at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York. The work portrays the quiet moments of everyday life through the use of subtlety and discreet observation. 

Urban Beach Week in Miami

Photography // Thursday, January 29, 2015
In his series “MIA: Soliloquy Of A Dream”, photographer Wayne Lawrence documents the excitement and extravagance of Miami’s Urban Beach Week. Lawrence also explores the culture of aspiring to excessive materialism and vanity created by the impact of wealthy drug cartels that once ran the streets of Miami. 

Bobby Sheidemann's "Left Right Down Up"

Photography // Thursday, January 29, 2015
Bobby Scheidemann is a texas based photographer and art director. His series Left Down Right Up was born from things he would notice on his daily walks, inspiring a need to create a series of initially very different looking images that were all linked by their "exploration of the decaying present", he says. 

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age

Photography // Thursday, January 29, 2015
Among my all-time favorite photographs have always been Ed Ruscha’s aerial landscape shots of Los Angeles parking lots and stadiums. Flying high in commercial airplanes merely teases at the intricacies and structure that man has bestowed on earth, the geometric balance and spatial suburbanization of Southern California. That is what makes this book, Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age, so stunning and historically relevant.

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