I think Boogie is my friend...

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 22, 2014
We don’t know who Boogie’s friends with, but he made good friends with this wall and put in the necessary work needed for a strong long lasting relationship.

Boogie: Bangkok, Thailand, August 2013

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 05, 2013
Boogie, one of the world's leading contemporary photographers documenting street life, just completed a series of photos in Bangkok, Thailand. As always, the documentation is beautiful, gritty, and illuminating.

The Demons Return: Wet Plate Collodion Photography by Boogie

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 14, 2013
Boogie has always been on our radar as one of the great contemporary photographers that we get the chance to cover, with both his street photography and now fine art experiments always being an interesting and intense take on the art of the genre. Today, he sent us images from his Demons series, a collection of 11 x 14 inch wet plate collodion images on black plexiglass. 

Boogie: In and Around Katowice, Poland

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Former Brookyln-based photographer, Boogie, was in Katowice, Poland recently for the Katowice Street Art Festival, and while there, he did what a good photographer does; he took stunning black and white portraits and photos around the city. This one in particular, in a cafe, looks like something shot in 1920's Paris.

Boogie: Belgrade and Kosovo Photos

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
We just saw that Slamxhype had posted a new series of photos from Belgrade-based Boogie, all shots of his recent time in Belgrade and Kosovo. As always, the grainy, documentary style photos capture dramatic and nuanced moments of everyday life, with an honesty that few photographers can capture.

New Photos: Boogie in Kingston, Jamaica

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 24, 2011
Serbia-born, once Brooklyn-based documentary and fine art photographer, Boogie, just created a new series of photographs from his time in Kingston, Jamaica. As we have come to expect and admire, somehow Boogie finds the things and captures the moments that nobody else is really capturing.

Studio Visit: Lazarides Print Studio in Wapping, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 07, 2011
Our London correspondent, Butterfly, made an exlcusive visit to Lazarides Gallery's new print studio in Wapping, London. The studio produces exclusive small run editions, hand finished screenprints, HPMs, and works on paper for artists like Paul Insect, Stanley Donwood, and Conor Harrington, amongst others.

New Work from Boogie

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2008
We can never get enough black and white love from Boogie. As one of our all-time favorite photographers (who is also featured in our current May Photography Issue,) Boogie’s raw look at society can be a harsh one, but it’s done with such intimacy and understanding of his subjects that it’s hard to look away. We got our hands on some of his new work, and are happy to say he’s still tearin’ it up. 

New Photo Book: Backyard Shakedown

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 11, 2007
FIFTY24SF Gallery Books adds "Backyard Shakedown" to a growing line of book titles available exclusively from Upper Playground. This 96-page hardcover book compiled by Austin McManus features a collection of photos from over 40 of today's most recognized contemporary photographers including Boogie, Ricky Powell, Maya Hayuk, Estevan Oriol, Mike Brodie, Andy Mueller, Dustin Aksland, Heidi Johanson, Keith Sirchio, Ross Farrar, David Uzzardi, Peter Richards, Massan Fluker, Brian Stevens, Ken Goto, Peter Beste, Chuey, Benjamin Belsky, Jason Fulford, Cheryl Dunn, Corey Arnold, Peter Sutherland, Dylan Maddux, Norma Cordova, Amanda Lopez, Angela Boatwright, Silver Warner, Mathew Scott, Kento Mori, Robert Yager, Yuri Shibuya, Thomas Campbell, Nathan Perkel, Tod Seelie, Ricky Adam, David Choe, Sue Kwon, Jody Morris, Pverts Crew, Andrew Paynter, Maxim Ryazansky, Michael Schmelling, Bob Kronbauer and Austin McManus. www.upperplayground.com {moscomment}

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