Sex Doll Factory

Photography // Thursday, March 19, 2015
In 2014, photographer Vincent Kessler visited the Dreamdoll company workshop in Duppigheim, France where the company manufactures their lifelike sex dolls. Kessler captured the extensive manufacturing and care to detail used for each individual doll which visually explains their hefty price of no less than $6,150. 

"Hidropark" by Freya Najade

Photography // Thursday, March 19, 2015
Located in the middle of Kiev on two islands in the Dnieper River, Hidropark is an entertainment complex for Ukranian residents and became a photography interest to German photographer Freya Najade after her first visit. “I stumbled upon Hidropark a few years ago when I visited Kiev. After my first visit I ended up returning to the park in the following two summers – the last summers before the Ukranian crisis and a time during which the country was increasingly struggling...

Artsy Nudes @ School of Visual Arts, NYC

In Session // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Only a couple of more days to see this cool looking pop-up exhibition at SVA  that VICE just featured called "Artsy Nudes." The concept of the show was that students in the Photography Department at SVA were "assigned to make knockoffs of famous nudes from the history of art." Here are some of the results next to their inspirations. 

All Summer in a Day

Photography // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Elizabeth Weinberg is a photographer living and working in Los Angeles, California. All Summer in a Day is a series of images loosely based on a Ray Bradbury short story of the same name. The story takes place on a planet in the future where a steady rain falls perpetually and the sun nay comes out for two hours every seven years. 

PRATT PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURES - Philip Gefter

Photography // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
In part of the ongoing Pratt Photography Lectures series, American author, photography critic, and Pratt alumnus Philip Gefter will be speaking on Wednesday, March 25. Gefter’s recent biography of Sam Wagstaff, entitled Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe, positions Wagstaff's personal life against the rise of photography as a major art form and the simultaneous formation of the gay rights movement. 

“Salt and Silver” @ Tate Britain

Photography // Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Until June 7th, the Tate Britain Gallery will be exhibiting some of the earliest and rarest photographs in the history of the medium. As a result of a collaboration with the Wilson Centre for Photography, the exhibition titled “Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860” will showcase a specifically British form of photography using salt prints. 

"Frogtown to Victory" by Ashley M. Jones

Photography // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Ashley M. Jones is a Georgia based photographer working almost exclusively with large format film. Her series From Frogtown to Victory was shot in Savannah, Georgia during her MFA Photography program. The title of the project refers to the area alongside Savannah's Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, an area that, while rich with local history, has been impacted by the construction of an interstate overhead.

British Abroad

Photography // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
With 20 days remaining, award-winning British photojournalist Peter Dench is running a Kickstarter campaign to publish a photo book of his photographic series “British Abroad”. The series visually examines the “clubbing holiday” taken abroad by many British youths and the alcohol soaked events that occur.

Recreating Historical Photos as Models by Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
As you will see today, we are going on model-trend. This is a pretty cool story of Swiss artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger taking time away from design jobs in 2012 to recreate the famous Andreas Gursky's Rhein II photograph using a "still life built completely in their studio." The end result turned into a series of models the duo created from some of the most famous photographs ever taken.

Celebrating the Worldwide Residents Along the Arctic Circle

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
In his series “Life On The Line”, London-based photographer Cristian Barnett traveled to the Arctic Circle thirteen times over the course of eight years to document and celebrate the diversity and culture of the people who choose to make the remote and frigid area their home. 

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