Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
As you have by now noticed, each day at the T.sq Newsstand, we have had special guest clerks. We're pretty excited to reveal that Tuesday's guests will be photographers Daniel Arnold and Will Robson-scott! Come by today, tomorow, the next day, and everyday until we close up on the 18th. And stay tuned for more annoucements in the coming days...
Photography // Monday, October 12, 2015
Ian Willms is a founding member of the Boreal Collective and wandering documentary photographer who is loosely based in Toronto. His photography practice primarily resides within the gulf between journalism and contemporary art. From the baking highways of the American southwest, to the frozen railways of Siberia, Willms strives to communicate the emotional environment surrounding his subjects through a lyrical approach to photography.
Photography // Monday, October 12, 2015
Throughout the ‘80s, photographer Janet Delancy made several free trips to New York City thanks to her job as a DHL courier.During her off days she spent her time aimlessly wandering the lively streets with a twin lens Rolex and taking pictures of strangers without their knowledge.
Photography // Sunday, October 11, 2015
In collaboration with Steidl, Librairie 213 will be publishing a book entitled Walk This Way featuring the photography of Sophie Bramly. From 1981 to 1983, Branly was immersed in the underground Hip Hop and graffiti scenes that were taking place in the Bronx. Her photographs capture some of the most iconic artists of that era that includes Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Bambaataa, DST, Futura 2000, Dondi and Fab Five Freddy, along with the unique environment that surrounded it all.
Photography // Saturday, October 10, 2015
We’ve been following Wayne Lawrence’s photography with each new series he releases. Last year we shared his captivating work from Orchard Baech: Bronx Riveria and before that it was his photographs from MIA: Soliloquy Of A Dream.” Now Lawrence has set his sights on members of the black orthodox in his neighborhood of Crown Heights in Brooklyn.
Juxtapoz // Friday, October 09, 2015
Each day at the T.sq Newsstand we will be featuring surprise visits from some of the publication’s contributing artists. Today, photographer and documentary film maker Cheryl Dunn will be guest clerking from 4PM, selling exclusive materials and signing some of her work. There will be a few copies of Victory Journal Three with her incredible late 80s/early 90s boxing images.
Photography // Friday, October 09, 2015
Alfred Stieglitz tirelessly promoted photography as a fine art. Through his own photographic work over the course of a half-century, the photographic journals he edited and published, and the New York galleries at which he organized exhibitions of photographs, paintings, and sculpture, Stieglitz showed photography to be an integral part of modern art in America.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 08, 2015
In Lucas Simões' series "Destretratos," he invited intimate friends over to tell him a secret while he took their portrait. "My intention was not to hear their secret," said Simões, "but to but to capture the expressions of each one at the moment they revealed their secret. I also asked each one to choose a song for me to listen to in my ear phones while I photographed them.
Photography // Thursday, October 08, 2015
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ave Pildas worked early in his career as a photo stringer for Downbeat Magazine. In 1971 Pildas began working as the Art Director at Capitol Records in Hollywood and designed and photographed album covers for the label`s recording artists.
Photography // Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Started in June 2010 as a shared passion/obsession between both its creators Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, Toilet Paper has since carved out a niche in both the realm of surreal imagery and publishing as a work of art. Now 11 issues deep, along with releasing four collaborative issues with the brand Kenzo called Kenzine and a box set with DESTE Foundation, Toilet Paper has released its second book, Volume II.