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Jason Koxvold “KNIVES” Pop-Up in LES

Posted by on May 25, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Jason Koxvold

Jason Koxvold will exhibit his new series “Knives” at Gnomic Book in New York City from June 1-3. The pop-up exhibition will have an opening reception on June 1 at 7 pm. “Knives” is a combination of landscapes, environmental portraiture and still-lifes, all taken in Koxvold’s hometown in Upstate New York. “The long and short... More

Behind the (Luxury) Curtain: Life in Monaco

Posted by on May 23, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Ottavia Fabbri

Though quality of life can be measured in a number of ways, life in Monaco seems to hit all the marks: as the second-smallest country in the world, it has high life expectancy, luxurious standards of living, beautiful scenery and a mild climate. And, as Ottavia Fabbri’s photography series “One in Three” indicates, a third of... More

The Human Digitizer

Posted by on May 19, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Alexx Henry

In “Here They Lie,” one of the debut titles on the PlayStation virtual reality platform, players traverse an immersive 3D hellscape. When the terrifying beast-humans turn their gaze on you, the terror is real, and for that, you can thank Alexx Henry. The characters in “Here They Lie” owe their likeness to real human models... More

Bella Egan’s “Trust the Creator”

Posted by on May 12, 2017 | Student Photography

Photo © Bella Egan

In what began as an experiment to create imagery that emulated her own vision impairment, these photographs by Bella Egan developed into a full series, “Trust the Creator.” The International Center of Photography graduate, who’s currently completing her BFA at St. John’s University in New York City, says that after she cared for her grandfather... More

Polaroid Notes Written Far From Home

Posted by on May 9, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Nicolas Enriquez

Documentary photographer Nicolas Enriquez has begun a new collaborative mixed-media project, “The Chronicles of an Odyssey,” that combines Polaroid portraits of migrants and refugees with their handwritten thoughts and messages. “[I asked them] to decorate [their] own image freely with colors. A lot of them write love messages, messages to their moms, countries [and] loved ones;... More

The Stop-Motion Maestro

Posted by on May 5, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Even if you don’t know his nom de guerre, it’s likely you’ve seen PES’ work on YouTube, or even just the old-fashioned tube—his short “Fresh Guacamole” was nominated for an Academy Award in 2013, and his Honda commercial “Paper” was nominated for an Emmy in 2016. His stop-motion films are imbued with wit, humor and... More

Ellie Davies’ “Half Life” Solo Exhibition in Northern Ireland

Posted by on May 3, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Ellie Davies

Until May 13, fine-art photographer Ellie Davies will have her work on display at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre in Limavady, Northern Ireland. The exhibition, “Half Life,” has been running since March 31 and features her award-winning landscape work. As the press release states: “Since 2007, [Davies] has been exploring the relationship between landscape and... More

Sinziana Velicescu’s “A Tree Grows In”

Posted by on April 27, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Sinziana Velicescu

Trees in urban or industrial settings can appear solitary, but in Sinziana Velicescu’s series “A Tree Grows In,” she takes a graphic and playful approach to the topic. The series makes use of unexpected relationships between trees, their settings and each other, and one could almost caption their conversations as they peek over the flat roofs... More

Returning to the South Bronx

Posted by on April 24, 2017 | Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

Photo © Sarah Blesener

Photographer and recent Alexia Foundation grant recipient Sarah Blesener has continued to photograph her series about South Bronx teenager Chavi, which we first posted about here last August. Now a sophomore in high school, Chavi has remained close to his friends, and Blesener continues to document the strong bond they have whenever she is back in... More

Simon Sharp’s “Nepali Nintendo”

Posted by on April 19, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Simon Sharp

Simon Sharp, who was recently featured in our sister publication Emerging Photographer for a series on child labor in Nepal and India, is continuing his work on photographing the lives of kids in developing nations. His series “Nepali Nintendo” documents how the children of Kathmandu “make do and mend, reinterpret and find another life for whatever they... More