Matt Henry: Short Stories

Photography // Monday, July 21, 2014
Self-confessed 60’s obsessive, Matt Henry explores American culture through staged imagery. His sets are constructed in England where he lives, using props sourced from both the UK and the United States. Titled ‘Short Stories,’ Henry is interested in evolving a new genre of ‘narrative photography’ that stands away from associations with fashion editorial.

Aldo Tolino's "Crumbled Faces"

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
An interesting combination of sculpture and photography, to create one of these "crumbled faces," Austrian artist Aldo Tolino begins by shooting a portrait and then proceeds to print it on paper, crease it, tuck it and fold it before shooting that for the final photograph. 

Hellen Van Meene

Photography // Sunday, July 20, 2014
Hellen Van Meene’s portraits of feminine youth float in a realm between fragility and power. The faces of each subject are the complete focal point of each square frame, supported by minimal locations and pastel walls. Today, these backgrounds may be commonly seen in contemporary portraiture but seem stylistically ahead of the game at the time that much Van Meene’s earlier work was created.

Lorenzo Vitturi: A Dalston Anatomy

Photography // Saturday, July 19, 2014
The former set painter turned photographer, Lorenzo Vitturi has an eye for site-specific intervention. Manipulating space through careful research and the adoption of objects inherent to a particular area, Vitturi brings a new vitality to the scenes, people and items he documents.

Jeremy Deputat's "Nothing is forever" @ Inner State Gallery, Detroit

Photography // Friday, July 18, 2014
Tonight, Inner State Gallery is proud to welcome Detroit photographer Jeremy Deputat for his debut solo exhibition Nothing Is Forever. Through portraiture and travel photography, Nothing Is Forever showcases a hometown hero who has honed his craft from humble beginnings and documented musicians and artists with unwavering personality and honesty.

Debra Bloomfield’s “Wilderness”

Photography // Friday, July 18, 2014
In her photographic series “Wilderness”, artist Debra Bloomfield journeyed to the rural outback to photograph her experiences within her surroundings. Straying from the typical landscape composition, Bloomfield photographed what it felt like to be in the wilderness. While photographing, she also recorded audio and composed a soundscape that she paired with the work. 

Dave Schubert's "Scattered Scraps of Memory" @ Muddguts, Brooklyn

Photography // Friday, July 18, 2014
Tonight in Brooklyn, Muddguts Gallery will present Scattered Scraps of Memory, new photographs from San Francisco-based photographer, Dave Schubert. 

Visual Storytelling by Margarita Kareva

Photography // Thursday, July 17, 2014
Putting her own spin on fashion photography, Russian-based Margarita Kareva finds visual inspiration from fantasy books and fairy tales. By combining unique wardrobes, landscapes, animals, and props, Kareva creates fantastical narratives within each image and turns each subject she photographs into their own romanticized character.

Erich Deleeuw's "Gems of the Baltic"

Photography // Thursday, July 17, 2014
‘Gems of the Baltic’ by photographer Erich Deleeuw is a series of graphic, symbolically rich images from his travels to the Baltic Sea. Deleeuw returned with photographs that seem reflective of the photographer’s own amusement and his curiosity towards his fellow camera-equipped tourists. 

Harley Weir

Photography // Thursday, July 17, 2014
Harley Weir is one of the ultimate fashion photographers of our time. Her work captures the organic and pure; aiming to ‘move’ its viewer in one respect or another. With clients such as: Dazed and Confused, AnOther Magazine, i-D and Vogue, it is interesting to see how her personal work grounds her ability to convey the personal and intimate.

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