The work of Hannah Starkey

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
Hannah Starkey poetically captures images of women in transient moments and spaces. While her photos are staged, they exude a raw urgency, often intended as a feminist or racial critique of the model’s perceived role in society.

Amelia and the Animals

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
For twelve years, photographer Robin Schwartz has been documenting her daughter Amelia’s interactions with wild and exotic animals. The project began when Amelia was 3 and grew to become more of a photographic collaboration between mother and daughter as the years progressed. 

June Canedo – Brazilian Girls

Photography // Thursday, June 26, 2014
Photographer June Canedo has documented some of the real beach babes of Brazil’s beaches in her recent photographic series- Brazilian Girls. With so much high profile attention now devoted to the country in light of the 2014 World Cup coverage, the highly edited image of the country can perhaps be seen to have suggestively belied a truth of poverty and corruption that continues to prevail.

Cali Dewitt's "Grave Yard" @ Muddguts, Brooklyn

Photography // Wednesday, June 25, 2014
This Friday in Brooklyn, Muddguts Gallery will present Grave Yard, a new series of work from Los Angeles-based artist, Cali Dewitt. A zine-publisher, record label proprietor, photographer, and more, Dewitt works in a variety of mediums and will surely provide the people of Brooklyn something to gawk about.

Larry Clark – Print Sale, London £100 a piece

Photography // Wednesday, June 25, 2014
If you haven’t already caught the news, Larry Clark - cult filmmaker and photographer, has decided to sell photographs dating from 1992-2010 for £100 a piece. The images will mainly include images printed in pharmacies or one hour photo developers, all unique and sized 4x6 or 5x7. Larry Clarke is quoted as saying that the sale is for: “all the kids that come to my shows in their thousands and could never afford 10 to 15 thousand dollars for a print. 

Lost Hills

Photography // Wednesday, June 25, 2014
In his photographic series “Lost Hills”, Sam Comen documents a town of the same name located in the southern end of California’s Central Valley. With a population that once consisted of migrant “Okies” in the 1930’s now is essentially made up of a new generation of migrants; primarily from Mexico. 

"Vertical Color of Sound": New Photographs by Ryan McGinley

Photography // Tuesday, June 24, 2014
This past month, Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong, presented “Vertical Color of Sound”, an exhibition by Ryan McGinley featuring a selection of twelve large-scale photographs taken from the famed photographer's annual summer road trip. The exhibition was McGinley’s first solo exhibition in China and his second show with the gallery.

The work of Uta Barth

Photography // Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Uta Barth wants you to look at the world differently. She initiates this goal by deliberately creating photographs that are blurry and undefined, forcing the viewer to question their perception of not only her own work, but also the world around them. 

Wayne Lawrence's "Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera"

Photography // Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Wayne Lawrence photographs urban communities linked to mainstream culture, but deserving of their own stories and limelight. His first monograph, Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera, is a collection of riveting portraits from a scene that was once “littered with broken glass, beer-can pull tabs, and soda bottle tops”, as described in the book’s introduction. 

Recreating the Dead

Photography // Tuesday, June 24, 2014
For the past four years, photographer Arne Svenson travelled to law enforcement agencies and coroner’s offices to locate and photograph a unique genre of sculptures. When an unidentified corpse is discovered, occasionally authorities will have a clay or plaster likeness of the deceased created to aid in their identification. 

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