"Bikers" by Yan Morvan

Photography // Friday, April 04, 2014
“I think the very first photo I took was in 1967 at the Monaco Grand Prix. I was 13 and photographed race cars with my dad. That was the year that Lorenzo Bandini crashed and burned, and I took photos of it with my Kodak camera” says Yan Morvan when asked about how he initially became interested in photography. His book Gangs Story (banned by French court) was the result of 20 years of work in which he documented the Hell’s Angels, Skinheads, postitutes and even serial killer Guy Georges,who in turn kidnapped Morvan for three days. 

Hamburger Eyes's "Elevations" @ Muddguts

Photography // Thursday, April 03, 2014
San Francisco photography powerhouse, Hamburger Eyes, are heading out East tomorrow to present “Elevations” at Muddguts Gallery in Brooklyn and will be undoubtedly be assaulting the locals with a collection of “Woahhhh!” images. 

Anonymization: The Global Proliferation of Urban Sprawl

Photography // Thursday, April 03, 2014
For more than a decade, photographer Robert Harding Pittman has been exploring, examining, and photographing the phenomena of urban sprawl mimicking “L.A. style development”all over the world. This form of mass architecture relates to the construction of freeways, planned communities, shopping malls, and parking lots. “With this anonymous type of development comes the destruction of the environment, and also a loss of culture and roots, as well as alienation. 

Female Shamanism by Masatoshi Naito

Photography // Thursday, April 03, 2014
Female Shamanism used to be a large phenomenon within Japan; today it is limited to the region of Tohoku. In this region there is still a great folk tradition where the more esoteric sides of Eastern religion are still practiced today. These female shamans photographed starkly by Masatoshi Naito are celebrating death. 

Capa in Color

Photography // Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Until May 4, the International Center of Photography in New York will be displaying their exhibition “Capa in Color”. The show consists of over 100 color prints taken by famed black-and-white war photographer Robert Capa from the 1940’s to 1954, the year he died. Although some of his images had been published in magazines, the bulk of the images on display have never been exhibited or seen before. 

"Cruising" by Chad States

Photography // Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Chad States has worked in a number of experimental methods within photography, using images from "selection apps" of smart phones in his project titled ‘Trade’, distrusting several images in a fake newspaper titled "‘Everybody Has a Hungry Heart," and an experimental documentary project titled "Cruising."

Bela Borsodi 'Mythology'

Erotica // Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Bela Borsodi heightens the fantasy of fashion photography in his 'Mythology' series, transforming his (often nude) models into Minotaurs, Medusas and other legendary hybrids. Borsodi was born in Vienna in 1966. After studying graphic design and fine art he started to work as a photographer. In 1992 Bela moved to New York and in 1999 he focused on still life photography, which is still the main direction of his work. Bela lives and works in New York.

Dennis Stock's "California Trip"

Photography // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
In 1968, Dennis Stock traveled up and down the West Coast documenting the hippies and various countercultures prevalent at the time. His book “The California Trip” catalogues these adventures photographed in black and white, but has become difficult to come by since going out of print. Stock who passed away in 2010 spent the majority of his life working for the prestigious Magnum photo agency. 

The Fantastical Scenes of Lori Nix’s “The City”

Photography // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
At first glance, the images in photographer Lori Nix’s series “The City”look like grand productions of post-apocalyptic scenes of familiar public spaces, but the truth is that each image depicts an incredibly detailed hand built diorama built by Nix and then photographed. Her attention to scale, detail, and texture is more than impressive. 

The work of Paul Seawright

Photography // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Paul Seawright is a Northern Irish documentary photographer. The majority of his projects aim to disseminate the highly complex issues of religious turmoil between sects of Christianity within his native land. Both the Protestants and the Catholics feel a sense of belonging that ties into larger political and moral beliefs, which each group perceives to be at odds with the other, creating tension and violence.

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