Ricky Adam's "Edge of Living"

Photography // Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Born in Bangor, Northern Ireland, photographer Ricky Adam has immersed himself in the punk, music and BMX culture for over 20 years. Edge of Living is a series of photos documenting young punks in Leeds, U.K. that span over five years. The images show a group of friends living by alternative means, squatting, dumpster diving and traversing through youth.

"Hide" by Jason Vaughn

Photography // Sunday, May 24, 2015
Wisconsin-based photographer Jason Vaughn’s first major series hide is a typological study using Wisconsin hunting stands a reflection on legacies and family. In 2011, while working on hide, Vaughn was diagnosed with Leukemia at age 3 and after a yearlong hiatus; he completed the series in 2014. 

The work of Nenad Saljic

Photography // Saturday, May 23, 2015
Croatia-based photographer Nenad Saljic made the decision to dedicate all his focus and time to his photographic endeavors. Trained as a mountaineer and caver in his youth, Saljic is inspired by his love of nature’s most ancient textures, forms and shapes. 

Closing party for "Build us a Path" @ Space 1026, Philadelphia

Photography // Friday, May 22, 2015
In case you spaced out and missed Clint Woodside’s photography exhibition Build Us A Path at Space 1026 in Philadelphia, here’s another chance to go see it and party at the same time. Next week, May 28th, there will be bands, Clint’s photography still on view and some special surprises we can't say here. If you're in Philly you have no excuse!

Photographs by Adeline Mai

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 22, 2015
Photographs of people taken underwater naturally have an otherworldy feel to them and it can be easy to twist and maneuver the body into unique and visually interesting positions. The photographs in Adeline Mai's series, "Weighlessness" series are distinctively different than most, utilizing warm colors rather than the usual blues and greens that we are used to seeing water as.

Frédéric Brenner: An Archaeology of Fear and Desire @ Howard Greenberg Gallery, New york

Photography // Thursday, May 21, 2015
An exhibition of recent photographs of Israel and the West Bank by Frédéric Brenner is currently on display at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York. An Archeology of Fear and Desire is part of an unprecedented photographic project by Brenner, which explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank as place and metaphor. 

"Paths will Cross" @ Seeing Things Gallery

Photography // Thursday, May 21, 2015
Clear your calendar for June 12th if you are anywhere near San Jose, California, because Seeing Things Gallery will be hosting a two-man show entitled Paths May Cross by photographers Brad Westcott and Phil Jackson. What to except? We’re not sure, but we are guessing awesome photos of skateboarding, trains, adventures and more.

The Work Nate Walton (NSFW)

Photography // Thursday, May 21, 2015
We’ve shared Nate Walton’s work in the past and today we revisited his Tumblr finding a bunch of new stuff, so why not keep you updated? Walton is Los Angeles-based photographer, whose grainy, naturally lit film photos more often than not focus on the subject of women (predominately their butts we’ve come to notice), but occasionally some other great stuff slides in there as well.

The Photographs of Misha Gordin

Photography // Wednesday, May 20, 2015
We have posted Riga, Latvia-based photographer Misha Gordin's Crowd series before. Here is a collection of some of his other work. The images look like digital reproductions but are all "assembled and printed in a traditional darkroom."

A sense of place

Photography // Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Published on the occasion o the exhibition at Pier 24, A Sense of Place explores how photographs shape the perception of our environments. Together, the exhibited works shift in scale from room size installations to small, quiet photographs, transporting the viewer through a variety of locations, memories, and emotive experiences. 

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