Katy Grannan's "The Nine and Ninety Nine" @ Foma, Amsterdam

Photography // Friday, July 31, 2015
Foam proudly presents The Nine and The Ninety Nine, an exhibition of the American photographer Katy Grannan (1969, USA), comprising her two newest series which are shown here for the first time outside the United States. Grannan is renowned for her remarkable and intimate portraits of strangers, most of whom are somehow living on the fringes of society. 

Helen Schmitz's "Kudz Project"

Photography // Thursday, July 30, 2015
In The U.S. the invasive vine Kudzu (originally from Japan) is spreading at 150, 00 acres annually and kills trees and shrubs by heavy shading. Their presence is most prominent in the Southeastern region of the U.S., where they are highly visible from freeways and just about anywhere. Stockholm-based photographer, Helen Schmitz has been documenting this aggressive vine in her beautiful back and white photographs in a project simply called Kudzu Project.

“O” by Ward Robert (NSFW)

Photography // Thursday, July 30, 2015
In the series “O,” photographer Ward Roberts creates nude portraits along with the gradients of sunsets. Similarly to much of the artist’s work, specifically his documentation of courts, this series explores pastel-hues. The images appear washed out and evoke feelings of bleakness and serenity.

Lynn Bianchi's Spaghetti and Dessert Eaters

Erotica // Wednesday, July 29, 2015
The scenarios Lynn Bianchi constructs emphasize the irony of body-consciousness. Small and heavy women cavort nude in celebratory displays of eating and dressing, challenging our ideals on weight, beauty and sexuality. Playing off Vargas pin-up girls, dress-up plays on sexuality, her work shows that every woman has import, in a nude spaghetti-eating way.

Paul Graham's "The Whiteness Of The Whale" @ Pier 24, San Francisco

Photography // Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Pier 24 Photography is pleased to present The Whiteness of the Whale, a solo exhibition by British photographer Paul Graham (b. 1956) who lives and works in New York City. For the first time, this exhibition brings together three bodies of work made in the United States between 1998 and 2011, American Night (1998–2002), a shimmer of possibility (2004–06), and The Present (2010–11).

Opening: Swampy "NBD" @ Chandran Gallery, SF

Pop Life // Monday, July 27, 2015
This past Saturday, Chandran Gallery in San Francisco hosted an exhibition and book release for Swampy, both titled NBD. The elusive artist had been quiet for a few years until starting an Instagram account earlier this year, and in the process, worked and created a new book of photos, essays, and stories around new train-hopping travels and documenting parts of rural North America.

"Richard Prince- New Portraits" @ Gagosian Gallery, London

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
Richard Prince’s controversial appropriated Instagram selfie photos have made their way to the Gagosian Gallery in London and are currently on display. This exhbition will be closing on August 1, 2015, giving you a couple more days to go check it out.

“The Contest of Meaning” by Kelia Anne MacCluskey

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
The Contest of Meaning is a body of work created by American photographer Kelia Anne MacCluskey during her travels in London, France, and Italy. Focusing on the notion of selective memory and how our mind remembers things at varying levels of clarity and truth, MacCluskey created images that embody both the lucid and manipulated qualities of memories. 

Documenting Gender Unique Children

Photography // Monday, July 27, 2015
Until August 9, the series “You Are You” by photographer Lindsay Morris will be on display at Clampart in NYC. The work documents a weekend summer camp for gender-nonconforming children and their families. Morris first attended the camp in 2007 with a loved one and began documenting the experience, which she continued for seven years after her first visit. 

Pirelli - The Calendar. 50 Years And More

Erotica // Monday, July 27, 2015
The notoriously exclusive Pirelli Calendar, featuring glamorous shots of beautiful women, was first published in 1964. Reserved for important clients and VIPs, the calendar has since grown into a legend of its own, showcasing the beauty of models such as Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Laetitia Casta, Cindy Crawford, Penélope Cruz, Milla Jovovich, Heidi Klum, Angela Lindvall, Sophia Loren, and Kate Moss.


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