The work of Chantal Anderson

Photography // Monday, June 30, 2014
Chantal Anderson is an editorial and lifestyle photographer whose work has been recognized, praised, and commissioned by the likes of Booooooom, Urban Outfitters, Google, NPR, Weiden + Kennedy, PBS, and countless others. Known for her fresh perspective and eye-popping colors, she cites her inspirations as “youth culture, the natural world, and surrealism."

Sandro Giordana – IN EXTREMIS (bodies with no regret)

Photography // Sunday, June 29, 2014
Photographer Sandro Giordano aka @_remmidemmi has been posting photographs through his instagram account for a recent photography project after falling from a bike. Instead of letting go of the object in his hand, he held onto it, damaging it further and losing 30% of the function in his right hand. 

Rose-Lynn Fisher – The Topography of Tears

Photography // Saturday, June 28, 2014
“One day I wondered if my tears of grief could look any different from my tears of happiness – and I set out to explore them up close, using tools of science to make art and to ponder personal and aesthetic questions” says R.L Fisher. The Topography of Tears is a photographic study of 100 tears, photographed through a standard light microscope. 

Danny Lyon – The Bikeriders

Photography // Friday, June 27, 2014
Documenting the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club between the years 1963 – 1967, photojournalist Danny Lyon immersed himself within the scene of biker culture. For four years Lyon travelled the landscapes of the United States of America, capturing scenes of races, long distance rides, meets and informal gatherings in raw black and white images. 

Garry Winogrand @ the Metropolitan Museum, New York

Photography // Friday, June 27, 2014
Prolific photographer Garry Winogrand left an infamous 2500+ rolls of film undeveloped at the time of his death in 1984. Many of these previously unseen photographs are included in his retrospective of over 175 images, which opens this Friday, June 27th at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and runs through September 21st.

Gene Guynn: "A Life In the Woods" Series

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
We love this series so much, we wanted to take a look again. Gene Guynn is an artist from California. Guynn works primarily in film, developing it himself in his darkroom. His 'In The Woods' series sets female models amidst various forms of flora and fauna, both as intimate studio portraits and on location in a dreamy forest setting. The results are surreal and breathtaking.

The work of Hannah Starkey

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
Hannah Starkey poetically captures images of women in transient moments and spaces. While her photos are staged, they exude a raw urgency, often intended as a feminist or racial critique of the model’s perceived role in society.

Amelia and the Animals

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
For twelve years, photographer Robin Schwartz has been documenting her daughter Amelia’s interactions with wild and exotic animals. The project began when Amelia was 3 and grew to become more of a photographic collaboration between mother and daughter as the years progressed. 

June Canedo – Brazilian Girls

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
Photographer June Canedo has documented some of the real beach babes of Brazil’s beaches in her recent photographic series- Brazilian Girls. With so much high profile attention now devoted to the country in light of the 2014 World Cup coverage, the highly edited image of the country can perhaps be seen to have suggestively belied a truth of poverty and corruption that continues to prevail.

Cali Dewitt's "Grave Yard" @ Muddguts, Brooklyn

Photography // Wednesday, June 25, 2014
This Friday in Brooklyn, Muddguts Gallery will present Grave Yard, a new series of work from Los Angeles-based artist, Cali Dewitt. A zine-publisher, record label proprietor, photographer, and more, Dewitt works in a variety of mediums and will surely provide the people of Brooklyn something to gawk about.

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