Daniel Coburn
Next of Kin Quiet suffering occurs within a family unit living under the flawed ideology of the American Dream. A tumultuous relationship with loved ones,...
Alnis Stakle
Shangri-La Shangri-La is an imaginary place in China, described as a mystical and utopian valley shielded from the world by a chain of mountains – a true...
Meike Nixdorf
In the Orbit of El Teide Since my 2009 project, “The Point of View”, I have been looking at various aspects of the viewing process and, consequently,...
Hye-Ryoung Min
Yeonsoo In Korea we have a saying: "naughty 7 year olds". We think a child of six or seven is at their most mischievous, which is when I started...
Pascal Amoyel
Western Surveys (Levés d’Ouest) Shot in France (2013-14) with a field camera 4x5 inches, Western Surveys seeks to capture the impermanent essence of the...
Anastasia Samoylova
Landscape Sublime My work investigates connections between image dissemination on the one hand and appropriation and abstraction on the other. I am...
Hans Gindlesberger
Partial Architectures Partial Architectures began with a roll of film shot by my grandfather when he was stationed as an American serviceman in Germany...
Allison Barnes
Neither For Me Honey Nor the Honey Bee Blending autobiography and an extended narrative on landscape, time and place, this collection invites one to consider...
Grant Gill
The Recondite Consoled by these images, I move past the mundane, physical world. In doing so, ethereal landscapes, tenuous happenings, and visual...
Amy Powell
Erica and I When my mother gave birth to my half-sister Erica, I was twenty years old. Sitting in the hospital room with my camera, she made giving birth...
Haley Morris-Cafiero
Wait Watchers For my series, Wait Watchers, I set up a camera in a public area and photograph the scene as I perform mundane tasks while strangers pass by...
Ben Marcin
The Towers The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to simultaneously portray...
Chen Shen
This is a series dedicated to my hometown, Changping, usually called the garden of Beijing; a suburb of eighteen districts. During the summer of 2013, I went...
Thomas Bouquin
" the serie Lou Mistrau" Thomas Bouqin is a French born photographer currently living and working in Montréal, Québec. Thomas' work primarily examines...
Sophie T. Lvoff
“Hell’s Bells / Sulfur / Honey” "There are some things that can’t be conveyed— description, for instance, The sundown light on that dog-hair...
Goseong Choi
"Meiji" I am interested in the unstableness and uncertainness in the progress of death and its after-image. “Meji” is a series of photographs about the...
Yijun Liao (Pixy)
"Experimental Relationship" As a woman, I used to think I could only fall in love with someone that I adore, who is more mature than me, older than me, a...
Bárbara Oettinger
"Blind Spot" The work consists of a series photographs of 30 x 30 cm e/o. Individuals are invited from different fields and ages to write on paper a...
Anna M. Rose
Vanity Hair The dressing room and the vanity table hold the allure of a supposedly private space, the glamor of the backstage, where the costumes come...
Tyler Joswick
Race: Detroit, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka Circuit, 2011 I transplanted the route of the Japanese Grand Prix race track, called the Suzuka Circuit, over...
Kayla Anderson
Beaming Baudrillard: A Foray into the Worlds of Furniture and Other Things Beaming Baudrillard: A Foray into the Worlds of Furniture and Other Things began...
Theo Tagholm
Plain Sight My work has evolved over the years looking at the intersection of still, video and animation. Stemming from a painting background, my processes...
Teppei Koseki
1981-2001 Teppei Koseki
Margo Wolowiec
10 tries at a square, 2011 Margo Wolowiec
Gwynne Johnson
The Price of Gold, 2010 The Price of Gold expands and examines geographic, temporal, and emotional fissures. The video is constructed from screen captures of...
Sophie T. Lvoff
Untitled Still Life (Hell's Bells / Sulfur / Honey) The title of this piece comes from elements in a Louisiana Voodoo "cure-all" spell that can solve all...
Marisa Portolese
Antonia’s Garden (2007-2011) Recently, the fragility of life in the context of narrative based work has been the focus of my work. Over the past...
Travis Hocutt
Blue Moon, 2013 Self Published Edition 1/1 PURCHASE BLUE MOON: ARTIST'S EDITION $150 USD ***Additional cost for international...
Chris Cox
BEHOLDER Beholder, a self published artist book, was released on December 6, 2013 at Gaspard. Gaspard is an emerging arts organization and...
Kris Graves
DISCOVERED MISSING Iceland is isolated, removed, and independent. Alone in a cold sea, sparsely populated, its volcanic visage is harsh and...
Michael Danner
CRITICAL MASS Text by Susanne Holschbach with photographs by Günter Zint and the archive of the police department Design -SYB- In his work...
Ali Lapetina
ALI LAPETINA // Bengali Gardens Interview by Andrea Kaminski AK: What drew you to photographing urban gardens started by Bengali immigrants near...
Nicola Benford
Nicola Benford (b. 1990, London, UK) graduated in 2013 with a BA (Hons) Photography from the University of Brighton and previously completed a Foundation...
Rachelle Mozman
Rachelle Mozman's photography has been exhibited nationally and abroad. In 2013 Mozman exhibited La Negra y su Pequeña at The Camera Club of New York and was...
Nancy Newberry
Fine Art and Editorial photographer Nancy Newberry is interested in the strange rituals of everyday life. Known for her photographs of people, her work often...
Jess T. Dugan
Jess T. Dugan (b. Biloxi, MS) is an artist whose work explores issues of gender, sexuality, identity, and community. Jess earned a BFA in Photography from the...
Dave Jordano pt.1
Dave Jordano (b. 1948, Detroit, Michigan) received his degree in photography from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit in 1974. After moving to...
Dave Jordano pt.2
Dave Jordano (b. 1948, Detroit, Michigan) received his degree in photography from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit in 1974. After moving to...
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