Bertien van Manen’s “Moonshine”

Photography // Wednesday, July 09, 2014
As a project that has spanned almost 30 years, Bertien van Manen’s photographic series “Moonshine” stands as a visual anthropological study into the lives of the American Appalachian community. Often photographing with a harsh flash, Van Manen’s images hold a raw candidness when portraying the people that she often lived with while visiting the area.

"Corpo Solido" by Lucyna Kolendo

Photography // Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Lucyna Kolendo’s series Corpo Solido, which translates to “solid body” in Italian, is comprised of 23 photographs of black and white bodyscapes. Fragments of the human figure are photographed in muddy, limited lighting that crosses only selections of the skin and leaves dappled scars and creases for the viewer to learn. 

The work of David Goldes

Photography // Tuesday, July 08, 2014
Amongst his many mesmerizing subjects, David Goldes creates photographs of water. His book Water Being Water, published in 2005 by Wright State University Art Galleries, guide viewers through still lifes which highlight the element’s profound various states. Utilizing the precision of a large format technique, the images balance poetic simplicity and a quietly unstable alchemy. 

The Gender Frontier x Mariette Pathy Allen

Photography // Tuesday, July 08, 2014
"I took my first photograph of the group as they stood around the hotel’s swimming pool, and when I did, my life changed." The artistic path of Mariette Pathy Allen stems from a coincidental event; a chance meeting at Mardi Gras in 1978 that beget a new, resounding purpose in her life. 

Miyoko Ihara: Misao the Big Mama and Fukumaru the Cat

Photography // Tuesday, July 08, 2014
If you love a good cat photo, Miyoko Ihara's images of her grandmother and beloved cat will not disappoint you. From working in the fields to taking naps, these two are inseparable. Ihara not only explores the amazing bond between human and animal, but also tells the story of her elderly grandmother's life in Japan and the daily tasks she pursues. These images can be found in the beautiful book "Miyoko Ihara: Misao the Big Mama and Fukumaru the Cat."

"William Klein" @ Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
This month Michael Hoppen Gallery will host an exhibition for the works of photojournalist and fashion photographer, William Klein. The American-born French photographer, known extensively for an oeuvre that challenged the conventions of his contemporaries, began by documenting the streets of New York and Paris after World War II.

Donut Doubles

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
A collaboration between photographer Brandon Voges, advertising agency The Marlin Network, and Strange Donuts has created a photo series called “Donut Doubles” for the National Restaurant Association’s annual food show. The series is comprised of six portraits that are paired with a donut doppelgänger image. Voges uses the textures and colors of each donut to match them with their similar looking human.

Tobias Fike "Then and now and then" @ David B. Smith, Denver

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 07, 2014
David B. Smith Gallery is hosting "Then and now and then," an exhibition of new works by interdisciplinary artist Tobias Fike, through July 11, 2014. Fike’s work maintains a personal, at times biographical, bent with a simple, approachable style that is balanced with incredible nuance and a foundation of rigorous conceptual inquiry. 

Valerio Platania – Base

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
Documenting enormous industrial parks situated in the Spanish desert, locations where people travel to find ‘bulk-buy’ supplies for their homes or new ‘affordable’ furniture to fill them. Valerio Platania’s images feature settings largely uncluttered by human interaction. 

The work of Jacques Henri Lartigue

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
Jacques Henri Lartigue was sixty-nine years old before his photographs were selected for a solo show, the work deemed worthy of an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibit received great praise from infamous curator John Szwarkoski, and what is even more impressive to note is that a majority of Lartigue’s famous works were created during his childhood. 

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