Ghostly Impressions by Eric Guo

Erotica // Monday, June 03, 2013
Beijing-based photographer Eric Guo's photographs are classical and alluring, a sophisticated mix of visual beauty and emotional potency. His nudes appear on film like pale shadows of another era, faces often turned away, their languid poses suggesting an eternal, impassable longing and sadness. Surreal and timeless, Guo's unique images possess an evocative  quality that persists in the mind's eye long after viewing.

The Performance Art Photography of Jaimie Warren

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 03, 2013
Jaimie warren is a Kansas-based performance artist and photographer. Jaimie creates elaborate homemade sets, reworking art scenes from everything from Ancient Egypt to Easy E. Drawing from Dada, Tumblr, Midwest DIY, feminism, and pop/high culture, Jaimie brings us some truly bizarre, entertaining, and interesting photographs. The photographer is also the co-director/co-creator of a traveling variety show for kids and adults called "Whoop Dee Doo."

A Tranquil Scene with Bettina Banks

Erotica // Friday, May 31, 2013
Melbourne-based photographer Nick Wong of Fifteen Photography effortlessly captures Sydney-based model Bettina Banks in this soft and tranquil photo shoot, documenting with ease her most honest moments as she basks in the glow of natural light diffused through glass windows and gauzy curtains.

Not Bad for A Photo Show

Erotica // Friday, May 31, 2013
In this short video from The Hundreds.com, photographer Van Styles prepares for his latest exhibition, "Not Bad For A Photo Show," taking us behind the scenes to reveal the breadth of his portfolio beyond simply pictures of pretty girls in skimpy lingerie. NY-born and LA-bred, the 31 year-old visual artist is a self-taught photographer and also focuses on directing and editing.

Abbey Clancy by Rankin

Erotica // Friday, May 31, 2013
The striking Abbey Clancy bares it all for the seasoned lens of John Rankin Waddell, aka Rankin, in the newest edition of Hunger Magazine. Rankin is an English portrait and fashion photographer based in London, and his name is synonymous with compelling and iconic portraiture. He has published over 30 books and has created landmark editorial and advertising campaigns for some of the most celebrated publications, brands, and charities in the world, including Nike, Dove, Women's Aid, Vogue, GQ, and Rolling Stone to name a few.

600 Mount Fuji Sunrises by Yu Yamauchi

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 31, 2013
Yu Yamauchi spent five months a year, for four years living in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji. Everyday for those five months he would get up at the crack of dawn to photograph the sunrise from the same location. The result is a stunning series of photographs, aptly titled Dawn, of the Earth waking up. What is most incredible about the series is how different one photo looks from the next. "This space, 'above the clouds,' exists far from the ground where we live our daily lives. It is also a space between the earth and the universe." We may have to watch the sunrise this weekend...

What's The TIme?: Joey Garfield "The Sound of Never" @ Silo Art Space, Chicago

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 17, 2013
Update: "The Sound of Never" has been extended through June 16th! Juxtapoz contributing editor, Joey Garfield, who recently edited our Beastie Boys issue, will be opening a solo show, The Sound of Never, at SILO Art Space in Chcago tomorrow night, May 18. Curated by Erik Debat, the works in the show are both sculptural, photography-based, and collage. If you are in Chicago, go see our man on the scene!!!

Books: "Republic" by Ren Hang

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
A few weeks ago we featured the photographs of Chinese artist Ren Hang. The controversial photographer, whose work is banned throughout most of his native country, has a new book entitled Republic for sale. Le Journal de la Photographie had a short conversation with the artist about his new book, providing us with some wonderful thoughts on censorship and nudity.

Photographs by Lieko Shiga

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Japanese photographer Lieko Shiga's Canary series combines personal stories from local myths with his own personal memories, feelings and experiences. His process involves floating the printed image in the darkroom just as it is appearing and before it settles, generating not easily recognizable, but incredibly fantastical and meaningful photographs. As FOAM magazine puts it, Shiga's "belief in the transcendent power of the photograph verges on the religious."

Images from Chris Fitzgerald

Erotica // Monday, May 27, 2013
Chris Fitzgerald is a Los Angeles-based fashion and portrait photographer who specializes in erotic fashion photography. As a native of Memphis, Tennessee, and a former tattoo artist, Fitzgerald brings his distinctive brand of raw, intimate, and straightforward image-making to all his projects. Some of his past credits and assignments have included SONY, Wolfgang Puck's, Horse and Anchor, and Justine Magazine. He is also a regular contributor to Leveled Magazine and Beyond Cinema Magazine. 

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