FUTEBOL FUTEBOL FUTEBOL

Photography // Friday, June 06, 2014
Drawing inspiration from Brazil’s obsession with soccer, documentary photographer Dualtagh Herr has created a series of aerial photographs titled “Futebol Futebol Futebol”. From countryside villages to bustling city centers, Herr captures images of the country’s demand for soccer fields in every neighborhood, town, and city, proving how much of a role soccer plays in Brazilian everyday life. 

"Sorry, you'll never walk alone" by Shin Noguchi

Photography // Friday, June 06, 2014
Shin Noguchi is a street photographer based in Kamakura and Tokyo, Japan. “Sorry, you’ll never walk alone” is an on-going series the photographer has shot entirely in the streets of Japan. The series captures everyday people carrying random objects lie snowmen, deer heads, cones or even people to wherever they may be headed.

Alexander Gehring' "Messages from the Darkroom"

Photography // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Alexander Gehring’s newest photographic series Messages from the Darkroom investigates the connection between photography and the occult. Based on historical photographs published by early twentieth century parapsychologist Dr. Albert von Schrenck-Notzing, Messages from the Darkroom enquires the ability of the photographic camera to capture magical or paranormal phenomena.

Appalachia From the Inside

Photography // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Frustrated by the outsider views of Appalachia, photographer and West Virginia native Aaron Blum took it upon himself to show the world a more accurate representation of life in the hills through his series “Born and Raised.” 

Clara Vannucci's "Bail Bond – Bondsmen, defendants and bounty hunters"

Photography // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
In 2011, after an internship at Magnum Photos in New York, photographer Clara Vannucci befriended a bondsman who would introduce her to the world of bail bondsman, bounty hunters and the accused defendants. A housing project in Queens would be her first undertaking and the photographer admits she was so afraid she was shaking. This resulted iin unusable blurred images.

Los Intocables

Photography // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
In his controversial series “Los Intocables”, Cuban artist Erik Ravelo takes on issues that pose a threat to the innocence of children around the world. From sex trafficking to gun violence, Ravelo uses an in-your-face approach with his photographs. Each images depicts a child with a blurred face that appears to be crucified on the back of an individual that represents the issue being addressed. 

JUXTAPOZ "PHOTOGRAPHY - EDITORIAL Contributor" WANTED

Photography // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Everyone’s a photographer in today’s camera-convenient culture, which means finding real talent and keeping up is a full-time job. We want to bring you the very best, most diverse coverage on all things related to photography, but we need your help! We are currently accepting applications for an Editorial Contributor to provide content to our fairly new "photography" section with the possibility of additional contribution opportunities. 

Residents of New York

Photography // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Drawn to subject matter that comments on current events and demands social change, artist Andres Serrano spent months with the homeless of New York City to create his most recent series “Residents of New York” which is made up of large scale portrait photographs. Until June 16, the work will be publicly displayed in locations around Washington Square, the subway station at West 4th Street and on LaGuardia Place, Judson Memorial Church, and numerous public phone booths throughout Manhattan. 

On the Front Lines: Graffiti's Documenters at MCNY

Photography // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
The Museum of the Coty of New York is hosting a one night only event with legendary photographers Martha Cooper, Henry Chalfant, Flint Gennari, and Jon Naar for a conversation about their work documenting graffiti writing in the 1970s and 1980s. The photographers will share evocative images and dramatic stories from the field with moderator and artist/author Jay J.SON Edlin.

Benedict J. Fernandez's “The ’60s: Decade of Change”

Photography // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
The 1960s were a quintessential and inarguable turning point in contemporary American history, rife with political, economical, and racial vehemence that beget a nation and generation eager to explore a new social frontier. With movements that included Civil Rights leaders and anti-Vietnam War activists, East Harlem native Benedict J. Fernandez, a photojournalist, street photographer and documentarian, found himself embedded in the thick of the action equipped with only an innately gifted photographic eye and a 35mm camera. 

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