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. 

“La Pesanteur et la Grâce” by Hubert Crabières

Photography // Wednesday, June 03, 2015
In his series “La Pesanteur et la Grâce” (Gravity and Grace), Hubert Crabières photographs human awkwardness within seemingly innocuous domestic spaces. In these photographs, Crabières captures a sense of intimacy withheld in the mundane. The subjects of the photographs are often nude with their bodies abstracted within the frame of the image. 

Ben Gore @ Book & job Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Book & Job Gallery in San Francisco have been supporting the local photography scene for sometime now.  With very few venues left in San Francisco showcasing photography, we believe now is a better time than ever to show your support for this gallery. Coming up on June 20th, they will be having a new show and zine release featuring the work of Ben Gore worth checking out.

Liu Bolin's "Hiding in the City" @ Edwynn Houk Gallery, Zurich

Photography // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Edwynn Houk Gallery in Zurich is currently exhibiting Hiding in the City, which features the creatively deceiving and camouflaging photography of Liu Bolin. In this process, Liu incorporates sculpture, performance art, body painting and photography. 

"Play" by Sarah Rhodes

Photography // Sunday, May 31, 2015
We‘re enthralled by Sarah Rhodes’s photo series Play that shows young kids enjoying their youth and creating their own worlds in the woods. These images make us reminisce to our childhood when creativity and imagination were all that was needed to be entertained and to enjoy the company of others. No need for money or glowing screens. Shot on the Break O'Day River in Tasmania over a three-year period, Rhodes has captured a special feeling like something out of Lord of the Flies.

"You Have Nothing To Worry About" by Melissa Spitz

Photography // Saturday, May 30, 2015
Dating back to 2009, photographer Melissa Spitz has been making photographs of her mentally ill mother, to what now has become an empowering body of work entitled You Have Nothing to Worry About.

An over the seas collaboration

Photography // Friday, May 29, 2015
Thanks to the Internet, photographers Johann Bouché-Pillon and Gabi Pérez stumbled upon each other’s work, making it possible to meet via e-mail and exchange ideas. The two created a very simple collaboration where they paired already-made photographs into diptychs that mirrored well together. These mostly consisting of color coordination and shapes. 

Ryan Mcginley's "1999 -2015" @ Kunsthal KAdE, Netherlands

Photography // Friday, May 29, 2015
Kunsthal KAdE’s new summer exhibition opening tomorrow, May 30th, is a major overview of work by American photographer Ryan McGinley (b. 1977, New Jersey, US). The show will include works from every series and period in the photographer’s career, from the gritty snapshots of his early life in the urban underworld of late-1990s Manhattan right through to his recent, highly aesthetic ‘road movie’ photographs of young nudes shot amid the untamed nature of the rural United States.

Growing Up in the New York Underground: From Glam to Punk

Photography // Thursday, May 28, 2015
Opening on May 29th and up until May 31st, a collection of photographs by photographer Paul Zone will be on display at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art’s Project Space in New York. The exhibition, titled “Growing Up in the New York Underground: From Glam to Punk”, depicts the changing music scene in 1970’s NYC. 


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