Taylor Curry's Camera-less Photography

Photography // Monday, January 05, 2015
Taylor Curry is a photographer currently based in Savannah, Georgia. Using a process called cliche-verre, Curry produces his images without the use of a camera. "The items are placed directly onto a 4x5 or 8x10 glass plate. 

Bettina Rheims "Just Like a Woman"

Erotica // Monday, January 05, 2015
Renowned photographer Bettina Rheims had her first exhibition in 1981, featuring strip-tease artists and acrobats. She discovered her love of photography after working as a model, and later as a journalist and art dealer. For her series 'Just Like a Woman,' "Rheims shoots her models from above for the first time, placing them in a closer and more intimate relationship to herself. She captures the women waking up in the morning, still half-asleep in the throes of a beautiful agony between pleasure and suffering… What they feel in this fleeting moment can only be read in their eyes."

Decisive moments with Tao Liu in China

Photography // Sunday, January 04, 2015
The Decisive Moment was a term coined by photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson to describe a style of street photography that signified that there was that split second of genius and inspiration that a photographer had to capture a certain moment. Tao Liu has been exercising this exact behavior in the streets of China for a very short time but has already become highly proficient in capturing the extraordinary. 

"ME AND BENJAMIN" @ Galerie Xippas, Paris

Photography // Saturday, January 03, 2015
M+B and Galerie Xippas are pleased to announce Me and Benjamin open through January 10, 2015.The title of the exhibition is taken from the gallery name, M+B, which stands for Me and Benjamin. Benjamin is Benjamin Trigano, the owner and founder, and “Me” is everyone else: artists, collectors, staff and family that have grown up around the gallery.

The work of Nathan Perkel

Photography // Friday, January 02, 2015
California raised, New York-based photographer, Nathan Perkel was introduced to photography at an early age via skateboarding and punk rock. Since then the photographer has dedicated the better part of his adult life to pursuing the craft working on his own projects, as well as working for renowned clients such as Adidas, Time Magazine, ESPN, Louis Vuitton, Nike, New York Times, Nylon and many more.

Justin Chung’s “Faculty Department”

Photography // Thursday, January 01, 2015
 In his recently released book, photographer Justin Chung visually explores the lives, spaces and stories of noteworthy individuals. Among the subjects Chung depicts are J.Crew's Menswear Director Frank Muytjens, jewelry maker Philip Crangi, illustrator Richard Haines, and Truck Furniture founder / designer Tokuhiko Kise. 

"Points a la Ligne" by Sølve Sundsbø

Photography // Thursday, January 01, 2015
Norway-born, London-based fashion photographer and filmmaker Sølve Sundsbø has garnished respect for his otherworldly concepts, stylistic versatility and open-mindedness towards new technologies, from 3-D scanning to hand-painted retouching. His series Points a la Ligne was shot back in 2008 for Numéro magazine but is still just as impacful today. 

Best of 2014: Roger Ballen, Asylum of the Birds

Vault // Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Few photographers reach a point in their creative journey where the visual dialect is unmistakably and inimitably their own. In our current image-flooded culture, those who are able to patent their own aesthetic should be commended and valued. I am, and have been, on image overload for some time, constantly confusing one photographer with another. Exceptional talent is in short supply

Installations by Jee Young Lee

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Korean artist Jee Young Lee creates beautiful dreamscapes in her Seoul studio space. Constructing every last detail by hand, she perfectly composes everything for a photograph, a self portrait of sorts that gives us insight into her vibrant imagination.

The Joy of Montana Life

Photography // Tuesday, December 30, 2014
In his series “Montana Life”, photographer Jason Lindsey gives us a glimpse into the wild west side of Montana living. Through the use of photographic triptychs and diptychs, Lindsey not only romanticizes the lives he portrays, but also exposes the camaraderie and love that exists within the communities he photographs. 


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