Chicago by Christine Osinkski

Photography // Friday, October 31, 2014
Christine Osinski's series Chicago explores the Illinois city she called home as a child. Growing up in a working class neighborhood on the South Side, Osinski's became interested in the vernacular of suburban architecture. The images were taken between 1980 and 1982 and focus on the lesser noticed aspects of her home town, captured on large format black and white film. 

Divine. Just Because.

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 31, 2014
I love October. Not only is it the month of Halloween (my favorite religious holiday), but it is also the month of Divine’s birth (Oct. 19th is the special day, Happy Belated, Beautiful!). John Waters’s muse. David Hockney painted him, Anthony Friedkin photographed him, Andy Warhol interviewed him. Enjoy!

First Frame by Kevin Novales

Photography // Thursday, October 30, 2014
They’ve always been rejected, really; before the lomography movement came back into admiration, light leaks and film burns were marked as flawed. However, Los Angeles-based analog photographer, Kevin Novales, has spent the last year refining a formula to create a series of images highlighting the unique tonality and wavy vibes of the once dismissed phenomenon.

Last House Standing by Ben Marcin

Photography // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Living and working in Baltimore, MD, an area of constant demolition and reconstruction, photographer Ben Marcin became fascinated by the existence of lone row houses. Homes that were once nestled in a row of other matching building, but have since been left standing alone. 

Grace Happens by Aaron Canipe

Photography // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Grace Happens is a series by photographer Aaron Canipe documenting the city of Durham, NC. After his first year as an MFA at Duke University, Canipe went out to capture the area around the North Carolina Research Triangle and Highway 15-501, Tobacco Road.

Camping Car Galore

Photography // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
In his series “Camping Car Galore,” LA-based photographer Markku Lahdesmaki documents the camper culture of people who camp out on the Pacific Ocean on the PCH in California. Lahdesmaki’s images capture a slower way of life and a sense of community that exists among the mobile home owners. 

Hyperphotos by Jean-François Rauzier

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier's images are approximately 10,000 times the resolution of a normal photograph. The image remains extremely crisp even when blown up to 66 feet wide (two school buses). Rauzier began his career as a fashion photographer but had always longed to break out of the constraints of the industry. Realizing he could use digital photography to compose a grid of pictures, the artist went on to create these incredibly detailed panoramas.

Kathy Ryan's "Office Romance" Book Signing @ Aperture Gallery

Photography // Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Join Aperture and New York Times Magazine director of photography Kathy Ryan for a book signing of Office Romance, a photographic love song to life at Ryan’s office. Mostly shot on the sixth floor of the landmark Renzo Piano-designed New York Times Building, Ryan captures moments of luminous beauty in her daily routine.

Wilderness Living

Photography // Tuesday, October 28, 2014
In her series “We’re Young, Wild and Treeplanters”, Montreal-based photographer Sara Hini documents the lives of tree planters in the Canadian wilderness and the environments that they surround themselves with.

The Portraiture of Grant Cornett

Photography // Monday, October 27, 2014
Grant Cornett is a photographer from Texas, now living and working in Brookyln, NY. Combining the technical skills he gleaned from friends and by assisting commercial photographers, with his natural eye for light and color, Cornett has developed a impressive and diverse portfolio. 

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