Juxtapoz Editions: Photography Zine

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Our newest Juxtapoz Editions release is Photography, a 32-page zine featuring some of the most influential names and talents in contemporary photographer. Starting with cover artist Roger Ballen, our Photography zine includes Mike Brodie, Alex Prager, Tim Barber, Swampy, Jennilee Marigomen, Bill Daniel, Tod Seelie, Danile Arnold, Asger Carlsen, Austin McManus, Yumiko Utsu, Gregory Halpern, and Peter Sutherland. . .

video and photos: the surreal imagery of Mat Maitland

Photography // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
We discovered the surreal photo and film work of English designer, Mat Maitland, through his multi-layered, brightly colored, eye-popping collaboration with the Japanese clothing brand, Kenzo. His work is filled with enthralling pop complexities referring to fashion, old‘80s and ‘90s magazines, music, paintings and films. 

"Nameless" by Bence Bakonyi

Photography // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Imbued with the surrealism, minimalism and quiet transubstantiation that we have become accustom to from Bence Bakonyi, the Hungarian photographer presents the project, "Nameless." Stark and unadorned, the series relishes the freedoms intrinsic to interpreting artwork. 

The photography of Christian Hopkins

Photography // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
The creativity that drives artistic expression can stem from many sources. For 20-year-old Christian Hopkins, his revelatory photography is a means of coping with depression and his incessant battle with affective disorders...

"Bacalaitos and Fireworks" by Arlene Gottfried

Photography // Monday, February 17, 2014
While cruising bookstores over the weekend we happened upon Bacalaitos and Fireworks by Brooklyn-born photographer, Arlen Gottfried. Having created multiple bodies of work, this particular series by Gottfried documents the rich Puerto Rican community culture of New York from the 1970s to present day. 

1981 New York Subway photos by Christopher Morris

Photography // Monday, February 17, 2014
The New York subway system in the ‘80s was filthy, graffiti saturated and crime ridden, making photographs from this time period uniquely recognizable and visually spectacular. A collection of photos shot over the course of 6 months in 1981 was recently published by Christopher Morris, who at the time was only 22 years-old living in New York on an Internship from Florida. 

The work of Matthieu Gafsou

Photography // Sunday, February 16, 2014
Mattieu Gasou is from Lausanne, Switzerland where he teaches at the University of Art and Design Lausanne and shoots plenty of stunning photographs on the side. His work often focuses on the intersection of tourism and nature and their interaction with each other. 

Prison Landscapes by Alyse Emdur

Photography // Saturday, February 15, 2014
Alyse Endur’s book Prison Landscapes is a large photographic compilation of prison inmates presenting themselves in front of visiting room backdrops. Glittering cityscapes, scenes of natural landscapes, historical or fantasy architecture and more are often painted by inmates and used as portrait studios. 

Tranquil landscapes by Cody Cobb

Photography // Friday, February 14, 2014
Cody Cobb is a Seattle-based photographer who seductively documents the vast, diverse and remarkable landscapes this planet has to offer. Surprisingly, all the locations in his photographs are from the American West despite looking half way around the globe. 

The photography of Daniel Shea

Photography // Friday, February 14, 2014
Daniel Shea is an artist based in New York City working in the mediums of photography, installation and sculpture. His work explores mythology, fiction and history set against a backdrop of post-industrial ruins and detritus.


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