Hauntingly Beautiful by Alexis Wood

Erotica // Thursday, October 09, 2014
Photographer Alexis Wood has a great resume shooting for high-end and widely read fashion mags, but we love this new series she shot called "Hauntingly Beautiful" featuring model Annamarie Bartolozzi. Of course putting someone in the woods with a good photographer is going to make for a good shoot, but the use of facepaint and costume makes this particularly an interesting take on fine art and fashion photography.

Live Audience!

Photography // Thursday, October 09, 2014
In her photographic series “Live Audience!”, NYC-based photographer Stephanie Diani captures individuals who frequent tapings of television shows as live audience members. The show that they attende range from “Dancing With the Stars” to “Judge Judy”. When photographing each person, Diani prompted them to react to fictitious show scenarios, illustrating their range of facial expressions. 

Former Writer: Colour on Surface

Photography // Wednesday, October 08, 2014
In his series Former Writer, Austrian artist Thomas Albdorf mixes his love for sculptural work with his background in graphic design to create striking and odd photographic compositions. The assemblages he's photographed were born from his habits of walking through deprived areas in search of abandoned objects, but get their colorful flair from his early fascination with graffiti art.

A Different Way

Photography // Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Cable Release recently received an intriguing submission from Cleveland-based artist, Amelia Maslen. In her body of work “A Different Way”, Maslen creates uniquely energetic and disorienting compositions by manipulating the color registrations of each image. 

The Silence of Dogs in Cars

Photography // Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Photographer Martin Usborne’s recent work stems from a strong childhood memory of being left alone in a vehicle. This was not an act of neglect, it was likely just a quick trip to the supermarket. He remembers wondering if his parents would ever return to him, feeling powerless and without a voice. The fear was strong enough that, years later, it was the basis for his series The Silence of Dogs in Cars.

Joe Rudko's Object Drawings

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Joe Rudko works with photographs and other found items, ripping, cutting, and folding their surfaes before extending the materials with paint, graphite, and photographic spotting pens. This collage process improvises and engages the materials in coversation, "rendering interpetation vulnerable and unstable."

"Poussière d’étoiles" by Ludovic Florent

Erotica // Wednesday, October 08, 2014
We ran into this work this morning and loved the simplicity. From Fubiz: "'Poussière d’étoiles (Stardust)' is a series produced by the French photographer Ludovic Florent. It showcases dancers brimming with adding flour. Sand grains accentuate the majestic movement choreography. "

Horst: Shadow and Light

Photography // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Until November 1, a collection of photographs by renowned photographer Horst P. Horst will be on display at the Staley-Wise Gallery in NYC. The collection is comprised of over 50 of Horst’s most memorable images including still lifes, portraits, and fashion photography. 

"There Is Nothing Beautiful Around Here" by Paccarik Orue

Photography // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Peruvian photographer Paccarik Orue's There Is Nothing Beautiful Around Here depicts the city of Richmond, California. To many, the city is considered an eye-sore, but to Orue, the beauty is there, in subtle moments and in the people themselves. The series shows the these contrasting opinions side by side, a city beautiful despite itself.

The Sneaky Surrealism of Ángela Burón

Erotica // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Some of these photographs are in your face surreal teasery, but some are sneaky bits of other-worldly play from photographer Ángela Burón. The Spanish photographer mixes in playful nudes and a mixture of hidden elements of bizarre that made spend a good deal of time on her Flickr this morning. You should, too. 

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