Asger Carlsen for Resort Fashion

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
NY Mag’s The Cut recently made the wise decision of sending a shipment of Resort Fashion over to New York-based artist Asger Carlsen and gave him complete creative control to interpret the clothes how he felt fit. Inspired by African masks, Carlsen manipulated and sculpted the models to his instantly recognizable style producing a stunning body of images. 

Mathieu Bernard-Reymond’s “Intervalles”

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Through the use of multiple exposures, photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond creates a visual survey of human movement in his series “Intervalles”. By taking multiple photographs of the same scene from the same viewpoint, Bernard-Reymond is able to combine the figures in each individual photograph into one. 

"Passport West Africa" by Emilie Reginer

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
While going through the process to extend her visa during her travels in Africa, Emilie Reginer, a french-canadian photographer, became fascinated by the Poloaroid mini-potrait cameras that produced a grid of four identical images at the same time. 

Real Surreal Photography by Andi Galdi Vinko

Erotica // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
There are both surreal and subtly odd things going on in this photo series bt Andi Galdi Vinko for Dazed. The Hungarian artist says of the series, “I usually only work with hairstylists and makeup artists when it comes to commissioned projects and usually our hands are tied and we can't go crazy. Here, we had no rules to follow, no client and no demands”. Well, she and her friends basically have made us all wonder if you are supposed to have glue that close to your belly button. 

Lucas Foglia's Frontcountry

Photography // Monday, January 12, 2015
Shot between 2006 and 2013 in rural Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming, Lucas Foglia's series Frontcountry explores the low-populated areas of our country currently undergoing a transformation fueled by mining and energy development.

Kris Kidd and Cameron Lee Phan Present “A History of Bad Men”

Photography // Monday, January 12, 2015
Strewn across the highway in fur and fresh tears, doused in the same fear and guilt as every shamed boy before him, Kris Kidd walks. By his own admittance, the highway is his playground and he is a too curious child on the cusp of manhood and manic depression. 

"Division of the Vision" @ Yossi Milo Gallery, NY

Photography // Sunday, January 11, 2015
On January 15, 2015, Yossi Milo Gallery will present Division of the Vision, an exhibition of sculpture, video and photo-based work by Israeli artist Assaf Shaham. This is Shaham’s first solo exhibition in the United States. Assaf Shaham draws attention to the divide between perception and reality in still and moving images. Recognizing that obeying prescribed roles of artist, camera and subject, limits the possibility of representing reality, his work attempts to break down and reconfigure these roles.

"Taxi" by Mike Harvey

Photography // Saturday, January 10, 2015
During his four year career as a taxi cab driver in the Neath community of Wales, Mike Harvey photographed around 120 of his passengers. After having some friendly banter and an exchange of stories, Harvey would request permission to take their photograph and those that participated would have their fare waived as a thank you. 

Franck Bohbot’s “Cuts”

Photography // Saturday, January 10, 2015
While walking the streets of New York, French photographer Franck Bohbot set out to photograph the variety of barbershops that he found sprinkled throughout the city. From aged neighborhood hangouts to trendy hipster interiors, each shop held it’s own brand of charm and appeal. 

Aisha Zeijpveld’s Abstractions

Photography // Friday, January 09, 2015
Throughout her work, photographer Aisha Zeijpveld displays a unique style within her compositions and image manipulations. The Amsterdam-based artist specializes in unique portraits that display a special brand of abstract realism. 

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