Joe Leavenworths' Native Son"

Photography // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Joe Leavenworth’s series Native Son is described as a series of photographs made between 2009-2012 while crisscrossing the Southeastern United States. The images that are compiled for this body of work are chromatically rich, complex and enticing in esthetic. Leavenworth who was born in Georgia, raised in Connecticut, has always had an urge to experience and explore the southern region. 

Legendary Photographer Mary Ellen Mark dies at 75

Photography // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The photography world lost an invaluable and legendary contributor yesterday. Mary Ellen Mark passed in Manhattan at the age of 75. Mark, who shot predominately in black and white, was responsible for countless iconic images from homeless youth in Seattle to circus performers, or prostitutes in Mumbai to mental patients.  Whatever the chosen subject may have been which were often social issues, Mark had no difficulty producing resonating and arresting imagery. 

Vintage Erotic Postcards from the Early 20th Century

Erotica // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Before you could send nudie pics through your smart watch there were other admittedly way more PG-13 ways to let someone know you were "thinking" about them. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, there were erotic postcards that, due to their origin, came to be known informally as "French Postcards" in the US. However, they were illegal to send via mail so you could only find them in certain "discreet" stores and street traders.

The work of Noel Camardo

Photography // Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Noel Camardo is watching American culture closely, analyzing and documenting its bizarre behavior with a sharp eye and his camera. Whether it’s our strange fascination with staring at phones in public while being unaware of our surrounding to income inequality or our government’s food regulation, Camardo’s photographs reveal the cracks and underlying issues in our infrastructre and society. 

Ricky Adam's "Edge of Living"

Photography // Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Born in Bangor, Northern Ireland, photographer Ricky Adam has immersed himself in the punk, music and BMX culture for over 20 years. Edge of Living is a series of photos documenting young punks in Leeds, U.K. that span over five years. The images show a group of friends living by alternative means, squatting, dumpster diving and traversing through youth.

"Hide" by Jason Vaughn

Photography // Sunday, May 24, 2015
Wisconsin-based photographer Jason Vaughn’s first major series hide is a typological study using Wisconsin hunting stands a reflection on legacies and family. In 2011, while working on hide, Vaughn was diagnosed with Leukemia at age 3 and after a yearlong hiatus; he completed the series in 2014. 

The work of Nenad Saljic

Photography // Saturday, May 23, 2015
Croatia-based photographer Nenad Saljic made the decision to dedicate all his focus and time to his photographic endeavors. Trained as a mountaineer and caver in his youth, Saljic is inspired by his love of nature’s most ancient textures, forms and shapes. 

Closing party for "Build us a Path" @ Space 1026, Philadelphia

Photography // Friday, May 22, 2015
In case you spaced out and missed Clint Woodside’s photography exhibition Build Us A Path at Space 1026 in Philadelphia, here’s another chance to go see it and party at the same time. Next week, May 28th, there will be bands, Clint’s photography still on view and some special surprises we can't say here. If you're in Philly you have no excuse!

Photographs by Adeline Mai

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 22, 2015
Photographs of people taken underwater naturally have an otherworldy feel to them and it can be easy to twist and maneuver the body into unique and visually interesting positions. The photographs in Adeline Mai's series, "Weighlessness" series are distinctively different than most, utilizing warm colors rather than the usual blues and greens that we are used to seeing water as.

Frédéric Brenner: An Archaeology of Fear and Desire @ Howard Greenberg Gallery, New york

Photography // Thursday, May 21, 2015
An exhibition of recent photographs of Israel and the West Bank by Frédéric Brenner is currently on display at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York. An Archeology of Fear and Desire is part of an unprecedented photographic project by Brenner, which explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank as place and metaphor. 
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