Marc Simon Frei and His Tesla Sparks

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 19, 2015
By arcing objects to a Tesla coil, an electrical resonant transformer circuit invented by Nikola Tesla around 1891, used to produce high-voltage, low-current, high frequency alternating-current electricity, photographer Marc Simon Frei created mini lightning storms. These are really smart and fun and we look forward to seeing more from this photographer.

Greetings from Mars by Julien Mauve

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Greetings from Mars, a series by Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve, imagines a scenario of two typical tourists visiting the surface of Mars. Exploring way people behave in national parks and in front of natural landmarks, Mauve found landscapes that mimic the arid climate of the red planet to place his subjects in. 

Liz Hickok's Groundwater Series

Photography // Thursday, June 18, 2015
Liz Hickok's latest series, Ground Waters, is created by flooding miniature scenes of urban decay with liquid crystal solutions. The solutions crystallize on the structures, creating an etherial scene that defies typical proportions. 

Aperture: Photographs

Photography // Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Aperture: Photographs is an exhibition that tells the story of Aperture, through a display of photographs from its print and fundraising programs, from over fifty years. 

The work of Francesca Jane Allen

Photography // Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Francesca Jane Allen is a London-based photographer who takes pictures of girls, a whole lot of girls, young and attractive, but the occasional guy will make an appearance in her images. Her photographs are produced on film, un-retouched, naturally lit and sincerely candid. Her main muse is her sister, who appears in many of her photos and the rest are predominately her close friends. 

Tomohide Ikeya's Underwater Portrait Series, Breath

Photography // Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Tomohide Ikeya just released a photography book of his recent exhibition and series, Breath. It's composed of underwater portraits, people struggling or embracing underwater. 

Osamu Yokonami’s "1000 Children"

Photography // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
In his series 1000 Children, photographer Osamu Yokonami photographed various children consistently with the same clothing and in a studio setting. The children all are photographed with a fruit placed in between their necks and shoulders. Yokonami began this series in Thailand while shooting for a children’s magazine. 1000 children, was originally started with 100 children but he felt it was too small and expanded it to 1000.

David Benjamin Sherry's "Earth Changes" available through Morel Books

Photography // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
David Benjamin Sherry’s new book Earth Changes is now available through Moral Books and just the cover with the spiral comb-binding alreadylook impressive. Sherry’s approach to the medium challenges categorical ideologies and the question of photographic truth. It could be argued that no photograph can be completely detached or objective, but the distinction concerning a photographer’s intent seems to divide directives: aesthetic or objective.

"Artek" by Claudine Doury

Photography // Monday, June 15, 2015
In one of her earliest body of works that began in 1994 and continued on for ten years after, Parisian photographer Claudine Doury documented the down time of teenagers at the biggest pioneer summer camp in the former Soviet Union. This series entitled Artek, is a beautifully composed and edited collection of images, looking like a modern day lookbook but is the exact opposite in every sense. 

“Havana Life” Photobook by Nad Yaqub

Photography // Monday, June 15, 2015
Until June 20, Nad Yaqub is working to fund the publication of a photobook titled “Havana Life”. The project, which is hoping to be funded through a Kickstarter campaign, documents Cuba’s capital city of Havana and it’s vibrant culture through photography. With a mix of both color and black and white images, Yaqub works to immerse the viewer in Havana life. 


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