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SHOWING POSTS IN August 2015

27 Aug 2015

Dreaming of Warsaw by Jan Kriwol

Jan Kriwol's photography often examines his Polish heritage. In Dreaming of Warsaw, he captures ceramic miniatures of Warsaw modernist buildings made by artist Magdalena Lapinska. Contemporary yet timeless, the miniatures are simple, yet immediately recognizable to those familiar with Polish design.
27 Aug 2015

Maybe by Phillip Toledano

In his series Maybe, Philip Toledano contemplates the possibilities for his future. Prompted by the death of his mother in 2006, Toledano decided to confront an uncertain future instead of wait helplessly as he was carried to it. He took a DNA test to discover any likely genetic illnesses and consulted with an array of fortune-tellers, hypnotists, and the ilk. Toledano incorporated all of his findings into his images, envisioning himself in a myriad of forms and settings. Read more...
27 Aug 2015

Days with my father by Phillip Toledano

One of his best known works, Phillip Toledano's series Days With My Father is a chronicle of the last three years of his father’s life. The images of his father in this time are honest and personal. Toledano excels at capturing life from the grasps of death, with poignant and arresting results.
21 Aug 2015

Interview by Adrian Samson

For Adrian Samson, the body language of an interview is as important as what they say. People express themselves not just with their voices, but with their hands - they explain, mimic, count, point out, and more. Not consciously observed, we remains keenly aware of what the other’s hands are expressing. Samson’s latest series focuses on these small gestures that have a language of their own.
21 Aug 2015

Dystopian Flower by Kai Wiechmann

A friend and student of nature, Kai Wiechmann examines the world of plants from up close in his latest work. This perspective reveals an eerie, ethereal quality, not unlike visions of underworldly creatures or extraterrestrials. Wiechmann says, "The idea was to portray plants as something subtly disturbing. Hostile towards people, who in turn would appear vulnerable and exposed. "War of the Worlds" without those poor Martians.”
20 Aug 2015

BATTAGLIA BY ADRIAN SAMSON

Battaglia, literally a battle. In music, an instrumental or vocal piece often for a military band in which the fanfares, cries, drum rolls, and general commotion of a battle are imitated. In Adrian Samson’s series, the formation of the glasses imitate the musical notes or a layout of the millitary during the Battaglia.
19 Aug 2015

MOTHERCARE BY THIRZA SCHAAP

Thirza Schaap’s latest images are light, sunny, and full of the joy of childhood. Shot in Cape Town, a frenetic, diverse city, Thirza and her team know many of their young talent from frequent encounters and collaborations - this connection, watching them grow up before her lens, is evident in her shots.
18 Aug 2015

Emotions, magnified by Olaf Blecker

Olaf Blecker specializes in emotions; he has an uncanny ability to capture the moment, bringing true, honest results from his subjects, whether celebrity or regular Joe. In some of his recent work, he utilized this talent to great effect.
17 Aug 2015

Armenia by Ina Schoof

Exploration is an essential quality for a photographer to possess. With an intrepid spirit, Ina Schoof set out to explore Armenia with no background or knowledge of the country. After discovering the country, she was struck by the beauty - the barren plateaus and vistas, as well as the hospitality of its inhabitants. Her landscapes are much different than her normal photography, yet possess a distincly Schoof aesthetic.
12 Aug 2015

On clothing by Mauricio Alejo

Since the beginning of 2015, Mauricio Alejo has been a regular contributor to the New York Times Magazine, illustrating their monthly column, "On CLOTHING," a review that examines not what is currently fashionable, but rather ubiquitous and iconic garments - clothing that has helped define the cultural zeitgeist of our time. His latest installment focuses on the army jacket. Read more...