Revisiting the Scene of the Crime

Photography // Thursday, April 10, 2014
In the 1940’s and 50’s, criminologist Frances Glessner Lee created hand built miniature models of actual crime scenes which were used to train detectives to assess visual evidence. The depicted crimes ranged from homicides to accidental deaths to suicides and Lee’s attention to detail was phenomenal. Photographer Corinne May Botz was able to locate eighteen of Lee’s models which she photographed for her series “The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.”

Howard Greenberg Gallery recreates Joel Meyerowitz"s "MY EUROPEAN TRIP: Photographs from the Car"

Photography // Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Howard Greenberg Gallery will show two exhibitions of the work of Joel Meyerowitz from April 17 to May 31, 2014. The gallery will recreate MY EUROPEAN TRIP: Photographs from the Car, an exhibition that was curated by John Szarkowski and presented by the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1968. The gallery will also show Meyerowitz’s new work "THE EFFECT OF FRANCE: New Still Lifes, 2012-2013," a series of still lifes, mostly made at his home in France.

Alec Soth's "Sleeping by the Mississippi"

Photography // Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Alec Soth is one of today’s most prominent contemporary photographers. His images relate back to the time-old tradition of the road trip, in his first series "Sleeping By the MississippI," Soth travelled the Mississippi river staying with strangers and photographing particularly odd characters. With his large format camera and intense attention to detail in composition and color Soth subverts the snapshot aesthetic so common to this type of nomadic photographic tradition. 

The prolific photographic work of Larry Sultan

Photography // Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Larry Sultan has greatly influenced the perception of photography. He has explored various topics in progressive approaches, which go beyond common techniques of aestheticizing an image into a ‘way of seeing’. His photographs have explored intensely personal ideas of American culture and marital relationships as well as sexuality at large. In his book “Pictures From Home” he photographed his own family to show the mythology of the suburban landscape. 

New Photos By Teen Witch @ 111 Minna Gallery

Photography // Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 San Francisco based photographer Andrea Sonnenberg AKA Teen Witch will be exhibiting new work at 111 Minna Gallery. The event will be hosted by Juxtapoz Magazine and Southern California based clothing brand Altamont. The exhibit follows up with Teen Witch after her April 2014 feature in Juxtapoz.

Metal Cats

Photography // Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Photographer Alexandra Crockett has created a series of photographs titled “Metal Cats”where she has photographed members of the hardcore metal music scene with their cats. The photographs depict the visual contrast between the extreme personas of each person and the cuddly cuteness of their pets. The work shows that even though her subjects look intimidating and abrasive, they also have a softer side. 

"Máze" by Céline Clanet

Photography // Monday, April 07, 2014
Since 2005, Céline Clanet has been traveling regularly to Máze, a small Sámi village located at the highest point of the European map, far above the Arctic Circle, in Norwegian Lapland. There, she has met quiet people, sometimes melancholic, captivating, who are very proud of their village and territory. They often have binoculars at hand, even in their homes, to gaze at these beautiful landscapes. 

Maciek Pozoga

Photography // Monday, April 07, 2014
Maciek Pozoga is Paris-based photographer whose work has been featured in Vice, Oyster, New York Times Magazine and Tokion, as well as fashion or commercial work for brands such as Nike, Kenzo and April 77. “Pozoga’s work is often linked to the idea of “adventure”: somewhere between Tintin, the 19th century folklorists, natural history museums and art photography” as stated on his website.

The photography of Sarah Jones

Photography // Monday, April 07, 2014
Sarah Jones is an art photographer, who works with previous notions of genre photography. By reworking common notions associated with specific images Jones forces the viewer to reconcile with these ideas and view her images in a challenging new light. In her series "The Rose Gardens” she photographs displays of flowers in rose gardens with a flash at night. 

The iconic and daring images of Steve Mccurry

Photography // Sunday, April 06, 2014
Steve McCurry is one of the most renowned American photojournalist of our time and the culmination of his work over 30 years spanning across every country is staggering. His photograph “Afgan Girl” was named as "the most recognized photograph" in the history of the National Geographic magazine and her face became famous as the cover photograph on the June 1985 issue. 

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