Ancient X-Rays

Photography // Saturday, December 06, 2014
In his series “History’s Shadow”, photographer David Maisel used x-rays to expose the structural elements of historical artifacts dating from antiquity to the nineteenth century. 

"Ruined Polaroids" by William Miller

Photography // Friday, December 05, 2014
Taken on a broken old SX-70 Polaroid camera purchased at a yard sale, these distorted photographs by William Miller are the result of the film often getting stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling them in unpredictable ways. 

Spot the Sniper

Photography // Friday, December 05, 2014
In his series “Camouflage”, German photographer Simon Menner set out to photograph the extraordinary camouflage skills of two snipers from the German Army. Menner placed one or both of the snipers in each image at varying distances to showcase just how difficult it is to actually spot them. 

Scaling LA’s Urban Landscape with Jag

Photography // Thursday, December 04, 2014
With the right dedication, you could probably see the city of LA from every angle imaginable. Photographer, and certified urban explorer, Jag, currently lives a life testing the theory. 

Paul Gaffney's "We Make the Path by Walking"

Photography // Wednesday, December 03, 2014
Paul Gaffney is an Irish artist currently pursuing a PhD in photography at the University of Ulster in Belfast. In 2012, he walked over 3,500 km with the goal of producing a body of work that explored "the idea of long-distance walking as a form of meditation and personal transformation." 

Martin Schoeller at Hasted Kraeutler, NY

Photography // Wednesday, December 03, 2014
Now through January 3, 2015 there will be a retrospective of Martin Schoeller’s extensive photographic career on display at Hasted Kraeutler. Known for taking an alternative approach to portraiture, Schoeller photographs some of the world’s most recognizable faces, from Quentin Tarantino to former President Bill Clinton, and shows us an unseen side of each subject. 

The Photographer’s Playspace @ Aperture Foundation, NY

Photography // Tuesday, December 02, 2014
The Photographer’s Playbook is a collection of 307 assignments, ideas, stories, and anecdotes from many of the world’s most talented photographers. The book was published by Aperture and released this past summer. 

Domestic Bliss

Photography // Tuesday, December 02, 2014
In her series “Domestic Bliss”, photographer Susan Copich depicts the exact opposite of her title. Copich places herself in each image as the primary member of the household; a depressed, frustrated, and angry housewife. 

Almost Famous: Hana Knizova Captures Young Hollywood Hopefuls

Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
Each year, thousands of young people with big dreams flock to Los Angeles with their sights set on stardom. What happens when they get there isn’t always the reality they imagined for themselves. For her series Young Hollywood, London based photographer Hana Knizova turns her lens to these bright young hopefuls.

Yin Ang's "Gold Coast"

Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
Yin Ang is a photographer who splits her time between Melbourne, Singapore and New York. Her series, and subsequent book, Gold Coast documents the area of Gold Coast, Australia, a place deemed "a sunny place for shady people" by local media outlets. The city, though sun soaked and beautiful, as evidenced by Ang's photos, has become the crime capitol of the country. 

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