Art of Suspension: Gravity by Tomas Januska

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 11, 2014
Not only a beautiful series in terms of result and execution, but a fun series to just see how humans can be captured in an unnatural state. Tomas Januska is a Lithuania-born, London based photographer, and his final project at university was this series, "Gravity."

Dita Pepe: Self Portraits with Men

Photography // Thursday, September 11, 2014
Since 1999 photographer Dita Pepe has been staging self-portraits with men. Her posed ‘family album’ images encompass a myriad of archetypes. Often stood with children, in home surroundings that are typical of what one might expect to associate with each family unit, Pepe becomes a chameleon within each narrative.


Photography // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Julie Blackmon's "Free Range" @ Robert Mann Gallery, NY

Photography // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Last week Robert Mann Gallery opened a new exhibition entitled Free Range, Julie Blackmon's third solo exhibition with the gallery. Blackmon's recent body of work, which includes new images that will debut at the exhibition, juxtaposes an enduring sense of nostalgia with keenly contemporary details to twist the artist's signature sly wit into strange, wry, and whimsical stories of family life. 

Jonny Briggs

Photography // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Photographer Jonny Briggs, described as the ‘lovechild of David Lynch and Ralph Eugene Meatyard’ hails from London with a roster of exhibitions and press reviews already under his belt. His imaginings are of the bizarre, creating a strange yet compelling otherness in his conceptualised imagery.

Canbra Hodsdon’s “Christian Dogma”

Photography // Tuesday, September 09, 2014
In her newest photographic series “Christian Dogma”, Canbra Hodsdon explores an Ursuline nun convent that has been deserted and left vacant in the wake of the Catholic Church scandal paired with dwindling numbers among Ursuline nuns in the United States. The scenes Hodsdon captures portray spaces that hold a haunting reminder of a way of life on the decline. 

Jennilee Marigomen's "Window Seat" published by New Documents

Photography // Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Vancouver based photographer Jennilee Marigomen announced her latest book Window Seat, a series of quiet, compelling images made in a coastal city in Mexico. 500 editions of the book were published through New Documents, an art book publisher based out of Vancouver and Los Angeles. 

David Cata’s Skin As A Canvas

Photography // Tuesday, September 09, 2014
For his photographic work, artist David Catá turns to more alternative mediums, more specifically his own skin. His work draws inspiration from memory and our interactions with the people in our lives. In many of his images, Cata physically stitches the likenesses of people that have made some sort of impression on his life. Cata explains, “Everyone we meet makes us in someway. Their image projects on us, reminding us where we come from. Their lives turn into a part of ours. Every stitch represents them over my skin, physical pain is not a boundary, it unites us more by thinking of the marks on my hand as an affective act, that my thinking, at one time, my hand has touched their hand”.

Lucia O'Connor-McCarthy: Underwater

Erotica // Monday, September 08, 2014
Lucia O'Connor-McCarthy is a freelance photographer based in London. Her main body of work consists of fashion editorials and portrait features for magazines as well as lookbooks and advertising work for designers and brands. While studying a Philosophy degree at Trinity College Dublin, Lucia was shortlisted for Ireland's Most Influential Photographer at the Irish Fashion Awards....

Klea McKenna's "Archipelago"

Photography // Monday, September 08, 2014
Archipelago by photographer Klea McKenna is a collection of photograms made in the forest at night. The photograms record a stunning and colorful record of the terrain of each leaf in incredible detail. McKenna makes the series in response to a time spent in Hawaii, living ‘off the grid’ with her family in a one room house during the early 1980’s. She made the works for Archipelago in 2012 and 2013 but has been again referencing Hawaii’s natural world in her more recent works.


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