My Morning Jacket and Other Updates with Neil Krug

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
Our friend and one-time-featured artist/photographer Neil Krug is no stranger to working in the music world, having shot Lana Del Rey and Bat For Lashes amongst others. We just saw that he is the man behind the new My Morning Jacket album cover (The Waterfall, due out soon), and it gave us the chance to look through some of the newer sun-drenched psychedelic splendor of Krug's recent work. 

“For the Revolution” by Keith Yahrling

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
Currently residing inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, Keith Yahrlingwas nominated for PDN’s 30 of 2015 and was the recipient of a Graduate Studies Grant after finishing his MFA at RISD, which he says was pivotal for establishing a serious practice with his work.

John Chervinsky’s “An experiment in Perspective”

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
John Chervinsky is a Harvard engineer who produces cutting edge still-life photographs that explore ongoing philosophical and technological debates that have raged for centuries. His new self-published book An Experiment in Perspective has been made available by Photo-Eye Bookstore and contains 32 high quality,individually printed black and white images; two color images, and a corresponding visual index.

Exploring The Landscapes of Australia

Photography // Friday, March 13, 2015
Throughout his images, Melbourne-based photographer Willam Broadhurst visually explores and captures the landscapes he comes across throughout his native Australia. From muted countrysides to quiet neighborhoods, Broadhurst finds truly unique scenes wherever he goes. With an eye for extraordinary light situations, he often abstracts any determining characteristics for the time of day which adds to the quiet eeriness that has a presence throughout his work.

Dave Schubert’s “Black Dream” @ 886 Geary Gallery, SF

Photography // Friday, March 13, 2015
This Saturday, 886 Geary Gallery in San Francisco will present Black Dream, a solo exhibition of photography work by Dave Schubert. The photographer is a self-taught artist living and working in San Francisco, California. He has exhibited locally at The Luggage Store, Electric Works, and the Shooting gallery; and nationally at Kavi Gupta, FUSE, Muddguts, ROX Gallery, and New Image Art.

The Photography of Andrew Moore

Photography // Thursday, March 12, 2015
Andrew Moore is a photographer currently living in New York and teaching at the School of Visual Arts in the Photography MFA program. He is widely known for his color photos of abandoned urban landscapes. Capturing scenes from run down amusement parks and sports complexes, empty businesses and quiet landscapes, Moore is an expert at documenting place...

Kevin Miyazaki’s “Fast Food”

Photography // Thursday, March 12, 2015
In his series “Fast Food”, photographer Kevin Miyazaki investigates how American fast food restaurants exist within the visual landscape of today’s culture. He explains on his website, “These are unsentimental spaces created through corporate analysis of demographics, traffic flow and consumer desire.

Alex Prager @ Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong

Photography // Thursday, March 12, 2015
Lehmann Maupin will present Alex Prager’s debut exhibition in Hong Kong through May 16, 2015. Continuing her exploration of the psychological experiences of crowds and the individuals within them, Prager will exhibit five new, large-scale photographs as well as video work. Not only have we featured Alex in the magazine in the past and in our special photography zine last year, we are featuring her sister, Vanessa, in the new issue of Jux. 

"We Were There" by Sandy Carson

Photography // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Sandy Carson is a Scottish photographer currently living and working in the United States. His project We Were There explores the relationship between concerts and the fans who attend them. The area between the stage and the barrier is usually used by photographers to take close up shots of the musicians, but here, Carson has turned the camera around, pointing his lens at the fans...

Justyna Neryng’s “Childhood Lost”

Photography // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
In her series “Childhood Lost”, UK-based photographer Justyna Neryng collaborated with her daughter Nell to create enchanting theatrical portraits. Drawing inspiration from Golden Age Dutch paintings, Neryng depicts childhood characters from stories and dreams. 

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