The Early Color Work of Jo Ann Callis

Photography // Monday, November 17, 2014
Jo Ann Callis is a photographer who emerged in the late 1970's. Her images, which touches on the themes of sexuality and pleasure, are flooded with gorgeous light and rich, sensual color. These works, selected from her early color works, reflect her distinct style of heavily staged, interior shots.

video: Daniel Gordon Gets Physical

Photography // Sunday, November 16, 2014
Photographer Daniel Gordon recently opened his newest exhibition Screen Selections and Still Lifes at Wallspace Gallery in New York. The exhibition is comprised of two bodies of work, a new group of large-scale still lifes, the artist’s most ambitious and complex to date, and a new body of work, Screen Selections, which takes the textile-inspired backdrops Gordon uses in constructing his tableaux as a point of departure. 

Stephen Shames’s “Bronx Boys” @ Steven Kasher Gallery, New York

Photography // Saturday, November 15, 2014
Stephen Shames series of photographs Bronx Boys is currently on display at Steven Kasher Galley in New York through November 15, 2014. The collection of 123 powerful duotone photographs made from 1977 – 2000, chronicle the lives of a group of boys coming of age in what was at the time one of the toughest and poorest neighborhoods in the United States.

Jano Soto Cossio

Photography // Friday, November 14, 2014
The era of film grain glorification and the documentation of trivial moments are upon us; they have arrived in a quite beautiful marriage between street photography, documentary photography and a newly introduced incisive need to photograph the monotonous along with the profound. Tapped into this taste and technique is Chile based photographer, Jano Soto Cossio.

Yang Seung-woo's "Best of Days"

Photography // Friday, November 14, 2014
“The Best Days” is a project by Korean born photographer Yang Seung Woo that was predominantly finished in 2006 with the publishing of a book in 2012. Living in Japan for the past 17 years, Seung Woo would frequently take trips back to his homeland in South Korea where he would document his childhood friends, many who were part of the Korean Yakuza gang.

Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 14, 2014
This photograph of comet 37P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko by the Rosetta spacecraft is by far one of the most incredible things we have ever seen.

Portland at Night

Photography // Thursday, November 13, 2014
In his series “Portland at Night”, photographer Lucas DeShazer embraces the eerie and tranquil moments he finds at night in Portland, Oregon. Using the nighttime landscape to emphasize the misty appearance that has become a staple of the Pacific Northwest, DeShazer takes us into a terrain that could easily have existed forty years ago. 

California Dwelling

Photography // Thursday, November 13, 2014
In 1978 for about four years, photographer Tim Bradley documented a neighborhood in California that had an uncanny visual presence. The miscellaneous collection of outdated cars and postwar apartments made the place look like no one knew what decade it was. 

City Maps Made From 1000s of Photos

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 13, 2014
To create one of his Diorama Maps, Japanese artist and cartographer Sohei Nishino spends an intense month exploring a city on foot; shooting, developing thousands of photographs followed by several more months cutting, pasting and arranging the re-imagined city. His first 're-experience' of a city was his home town of Osaka.

The ENDs of Brooklyn

Photography // Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Fifteen years ago, Brooklyn native David Mandl began photographically searching for the unique dead ends throughout the borough of Brooklyn. In the series titled “END,” Mandl shows the diversity and rural undertones that can be found throughout the areas. 

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