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.

"You Have Nothing To Worry About" by Melissa Spitz

Photography // Saturday, May 30, 2015
Dating back to 2009, photographer Melissa Spitz has been making photographs of her mentally ill mother, to what now has become an empowering body of work entitled You Have Nothing to Worry About.

Ryan Mcginley's "1999 -2015" @ Kunsthal KAdE, Netherlands

Photography // Friday, May 29, 2015
Kunsthal KAdE’s new summer exhibition opening tomorrow, May 30th, is a major overview of work by American photographer Ryan McGinley (b. 1977, New Jersey, US). The show will include works from every series and period in the photographer’s career, from the gritty snapshots of his early life in the urban underworld of late-1990s Manhattan right through to his recent, highly aesthetic ‘road movie’ photographs of young nudes shot amid the untamed nature of the rural United States.

Growing Up in the New York Underground: From Glam to Punk

Photography // Thursday, May 28, 2015
Opening on May 29th and up until May 31st, a collection of photographs by photographer Paul Zone will be on display at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art’s Project Space in New York. The exhibition, titled “Growing Up in the New York Underground: From Glam to Punk”, depicts the changing music scene in 1970’s NYC. 

Annie Flanagan's "Hey, Best Friend!"

Photography // Thursday, May 28, 2015
Over the years, photographer and filmmaker Annie Flanagan has produced several documental photographic series. She began a project entitled Hey, Best Friend! in September of 2012, back when she resided in Syracuse, NY. This series documents the friendship of Nekqua and Brittney. Two best friends living on the South Side of Syracuse, NY.

Amanda Charchian and Jose Romussi Make Ghostly Fun

Erotica // Thursday, May 28, 2015
We are huge fans of Amanda Charchian's photography on this site, and think of her as one of the best working right now. The LA-based artist just has a fantastic sense of color and composition, and places nudes in nature that create this seductive balance. Today, we take a look at the collaboration of Jose Romussi, a Chilean artist, and Charchian's photography, and great mix of space and illustrative effects. 

Icelandic Landscapes by Spanish Photographer Alfonso Zubiaga

Photography // Thursday, May 28, 2015
We love Spanish Photographer Alfonso Zubiaga’s series of surreal landscape photgraphs taken in Iceland. 

Joe Leavenworths' Native Son"

Photography // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Joe Leavenworth’s series Native Son is described as a series of photographs made between 2009-2012 while crisscrossing the Southeastern United States. The images that are compiled for this body of work are chromatically rich, complex and enticing in esthetic. Leavenworth who was born in Georgia, raised in Connecticut, has always had an urge to experience and explore the southern region. 

Legendary Photographer Mary Ellen Mark dies at 75

Photography // Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The photography world lost an invaluable and legendary contributor yesterday. Mary Ellen Mark passed in Manhattan at the age of 75. Mark, who shot predominately in black and white, was responsible for countless iconic images from homeless youth in Seattle to circus performers, or prostitutes in Mumbai to mental patients.  Whatever the chosen subject may have been which were often social issues, Mark had no difficulty producing resonating and arresting imagery. 

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