"To Be Here" by Kory Jean Kingsley

Photography // Friday, June 05, 2015
After living in Savannah, Georgia for the past four years, New England based photographer Kory Jean Kingsley developed a strong connection to the culture of the Southeast and to her day-to-day interactions with the people of the area. Focusing specifically on her exchanges with black men, Kingsley, a white female, addresses and challenges certain stereotypes from not only her own perspective, but from that of her subjects in her series To Be Here.

The Surreal Photographs of Hugh Kretschmer

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Hugh Kretschmer’s photographs are highly conceptual as well as imaginative. According to Kretschmer, “ My ideas are conjured-up by my dreams and desires of what life could be, if only… They are commentaries on the human condition and seek to embrace the strengths and weaknesses we all share; illustrated through quirk and irony.” 

I Shaved For Nothing

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Photographer and installation artist, Olivia Alonso Gough explores female sexuality during adolescence in her latest project I Shaved For Nothing. The series celebrates and furthers the contemporary discussion of the “sad girl culture” which seeks to liberate shame from emotionality and sexuality. 

Notorious Criminals: A Snapshot of Sinister Sydney

Photography // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Sydney’s first European settlers were criminals – not an auspicious start – and the city has maintained its reputation for breeding some of the world’s hardest, most malevolent and cunning crooks. From surreptitious poisoners, smoothing their victim’s brow while holding a poisoned cup to their mouth, through to low-lifes who would kill you for the coat on your back, this city has seen them all....

A Rare Super-8 Silent Film by Guy Bourdin

Fashion // Thursday, June 04, 2015
Guy Bourdin was a painter and legendary fashion photographer whose style has been pervasively appropriated in pop culture. Mentored by Man Ray, he avoided the limelight, focusing strictly on the creation of arresting pictures. Despite staging surreal mise en scènes for high-end brands like Vogue, fashion was the last thing on his mind. Sometimes, on the set of his shoots, Bourdin would bring out a super-8 cine camera, an example of which you can watch above.

The work of Martin Roller

Photography // Wednesday, June 03, 2015
German artist Martin Roller photographs still lives of objects that he assembles made from collected objects found on the streets of Berlin. The works are made up of everyday objects and remnants of trash. Transforming their original function, the pieces become surreal and creatively nonfunctional works. 

“La Pesanteur et la Grâce” by Hubert Crabières

Photography // Wednesday, June 03, 2015
In his series “La Pesanteur et la Grâce” (Gravity and Grace), Hubert Crabières photographs human awkwardness within seemingly innocuous domestic spaces. In these photographs, Crabières captures a sense of intimacy withheld in the mundane. The subjects of the photographs are often nude with their bodies abstracted within the frame of the image. 

Ben Gore @ Book & job Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Book & Job Gallery in San Francisco have been supporting the local photography scene for sometime now.  With very few venues left in San Francisco showcasing photography, we believe now is a better time than ever to show your support for this gallery. Coming up on June 20th, they will be having a new show and zine release featuring the work of Ben Gore worth checking out.

Liu Bolin's "Hiding in the City" @ Edwynn Houk Gallery, Zurich

Photography // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Edwynn Houk Gallery in Zurich is currently exhibiting Hiding in the City, which features the creatively deceiving and camouflaging photography of Liu Bolin. In this process, Liu incorporates sculpture, performance art, body painting and photography. 

"Play" by Sarah Rhodes

Photography // Sunday, May 31, 2015
We‘re enthralled by Sarah Rhodes’s photo series Play that shows young kids enjoying their youth and creating their own worlds in the woods. These images make us reminisce to our childhood when creativity and imagination were all that was needed to be entertained and to enjoy the company of others. No need for money or glowing screens. Shot on the Break O'Day River in Tasmania over a three-year period, Rhodes has captured a special feeling like something out of Lord of the Flies.

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