Christopher Marley’s “Biophilia”

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
On April 14, Abrams Books published Christopher Marley’s new book “Biophilia”. In this new collection of images, Marley takes a kaleidoscope approach to photographing colorful patterns and designs that he creates with vibrant and beautiful living things found in nature. Through the use of insects, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals, the book is a stunning combination of color, artistic design, and photography. 

"Build Us A Path" @ Space 1026, Philadelphia

Photography // Sunday, April 26, 2015
Space 1026 is pleased to announce Build Us A Path, a solo exhibition with Los Angeles-based photographer Clint Woodside. As a former member of Space 1026 for over 8 years, Woodside is honored to be returning to Philadelphia to showcase over 30 new works in the influential gallery and collective. Build Us A Path weaves Woodside’s documentarian style of photography with archival photographs, creating a landscape that is powerfully familiar yet vague and distant. 

Igor Samolet's "Be Happy!"

Photography // Saturday, April 25, 2015
In his series Be HAPPY!, Russian photographer Igor Samolet closely follows a group of young Russian protagonists as they party through the night in condemned buildings, capturing rampant alcohol and drug use, reckless violence and destruction, and meaningless sex. 

"City Space" by Clarrisa Bonet

Photography // Friday, April 24, 2015
Chicago-based photographer Clarrisa Bonet’s work explores aspects of the urban space in both a physical and psychological context. In her series City Space, Bonet used the dark shadows and stark light to set the mood and composition in her stunning photographs. 

Edward Burtinynsky's "Nature Transformed" @ Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles

Photography // Friday, April 24, 2015
Von Lintel Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of large-format color photographs by renowned photographer, Edward Burtynsky. the photographer is known for his incisive look at landscapes reshaped by human interference. Nature Transformed primarily culls from Water, a five-year project chronicling the dramatic effects of manufacturing and consumption on the world’s most vital and rapidly depleting resource. 

"Declared Detachment" by Mariya Kozhanova

Photography // Thursday, April 23, 2015
In her ongoing series entitled Declared Detachment that began in 2012, Russian photographer Mariya Kozhanova documents the various youth participants of cosplay (Dressing up and pretending to be a fictional character). Her photographs show both young men and women in an assortment of creative costumes carefully documented under natural light. 

2015 Philadelphia Art Book Fair @ PPAC

Photography // Thursday, April 23, 2015
The Philadelphia Photo Art Center 2015 Art Book Fair is a two-day event, featuring releases from photo and art book publishers, as well as artist books, zines, and publications from art institutions in 10 different states and the Philadelphia area. This year’s exhibitors include Aperture Foundation, Light Work, Mossless, Empty Stretch, Draw Down Books, Visual Studies Workshop, and the Indie Photobook Library. 

"Sightseer Series" by Roger Minick

Photography // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
While searching Google images for scenic photos of the American South West, we came upon a collection of photos entitled Sightseer Series by photographer Roger Minick taken in the ‘80s. Beautifully shot of film, these highly saturated images show various tourists in bland and epic sightseeing locations, some posed while others candid.

Adrian Chesser’s “I Have Something to Tell You” Documentary

Photography // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
For the next six days, photographer Adrain Chesser is hoping to meet his $4,900 goal for his Kickstarter to fund a documentary film based on his photographic series “I Have Something to Tell You” where Chesser photographed loved ones as he revealed to them that he was HIV positive. 

Flying Cars by Sylvain Viau

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Sylvain Viau shot this fun series against the seascape of Cherbourg, France using both his own and his friends’ cars from the ’80s and ’90s. These floating cars in the photo series delightfully combine the past with the future.


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