Photographs of Mecca by Toufic Beyhum

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 08, 2015
Photographer Toufic Beyhum was born in Beirut in the ’70s and migrated with his family to London. After graduating from Art College, Beyhum embarked on a career in advertising career, eventually becoming Art Director for multinational advertising agencies around the world. In his travels for business, he would make time to photograph the scenes around him. He originally decided to go to Mecca for personal reasons, but his wife convinced him to take his camera and we couldn’t be happier that he listened to her.

The work of Matt Reamer

Photography // Thursday, May 07, 2015
In his downtime, when he’s not traveling around or living out of his van, Matt Reamer can be found residing in San Francisco. The Baltimore-born photographer has been keeping himself busy working on a number of projects over the years with our favorite being his Scraper Bikes series. 

Nicholas Mehedin’s “Halfway Home”

Photography // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
In his series Halfway Home, New York-based photographer Nicholas Mehedin explores the land surrounding his hometown of Eldred, New York. Initially focusing on post-industrial structures, Mehedin became fascinated by the area’s inhabitants. “The people who live here are generally rugged blue-collar men who believe your worth is built by the sweat of your brow.

What Antarctica Looks Like When Shot by Drone Footage

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
This is coming from a guy who cried while watching "Field of Dreams" the other night, but this drone footage, shot over Antarctica, made me cry this morning. Maybe it was the soundtrack, the beauty of nature, life, the silence, the power, all of the above, I don't know. But I dare you to watch this and not get a little emotional. 

Garrett Hansen’s “HAIL”

Photography // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Roughly 40% of the population in the US owns a gun and there are enough guns - approximately 300 million - to arm nearly every man, woman, and child in the country. Reflecting on this fact, photographer Garrett Hansen created stirring images from individual bullet holes in his series HAIL.

Jacqueline Hassink’s “View, Kyoto” @ Benrubi Gallery

Photography // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Until May 9 a collection of photographs will be on display by artist Jacqueline Hassink at Benrubi Gallery in New York. The series titled “View, Kyoto” captures the natural beauty and unique architecture of Kyoto’s Zen Buddhist temples and gardens.

"Above & Beyond: Photographs by Kacper Kowalski" @ The Curator Gallery, New York

Photography // Monday, May 04, 2015
The relationship between humans and nature from 1,500 feet above is the subject of The Curator Gallery’s newest exhibition of photographs by Kacper Kowalski. Shot entirely in his native Poland, Kowalski’s vibrant and carefully composed photographs are stunning abstract representations of the many diverse landscapes this region has to offer. 

Asger Carlsen's "Between Hester and Wrong" @ Sade, Los Angeles

Photography // Sunday, May 03, 2015
Tonight in Los Angeles, Sade Gallery will present Between Hester and Wrong, a new exhibition by on our favorite image creators, Asger Carlsen. The opening reception in 7 – 10 P.M. and the exhibition will run through the 30th.

Jerome Liebling's "Brooklyn and Other Boroughs, 1946 – 1996"

Photography // Friday, May 01, 2015
Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to announce Jerome Liebling: Brooklyn and Other Boroughs, 1946 – 1996. This is the second exhibition of Liebling’s work at Steven Kasher Gallery. The show features 50 black and white and color photographs taken in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx over a five decade span. The exhibition highlights Liebling’s roots in, love for, and inspired representations of his home city.

The Ghetto Tarot

Photography // Friday, May 01, 2015
The Ghetto Tarot is a photographic interpretation by Belgian photographer Alice Smeets of the traditional tarot deck in the ghetto. The scenes are inspired by the Rider Waite Tarot deck (originally designed in 1919 by artist Pamela Colman Smith) and are replicated together with a group of Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans (resistant artists) in the Haitian slums using only material we were able to find or create locally.

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