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Photographer Interviews

Devin N. Morris Subverts Traditional Notions of Race and Sexuality In His Photography

Posted by on March 13, 2018 | Photographer Interviews

Born in Baltimore, and currently living in Brooklyn, Devin N. Morris subverts traditional notions of race and sexuality in his mixed media paintings, photographs, writings and video. This past weekend, Morris displayed works in The Aesthetic of Matter, the curated section of VOLTA NY, which was curated by Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont. His work... More

Introducing the Fine-Art Issue!

Posted by on March 8, 2018 | Media, Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

The Spring 2018 issue of PDNedu has arrived. You’ll find a profile on our cover shooter Emily Wiethorn, whose work examines identity and how femininity is presented; an interview with duo Isabelle & Alexis who are making large-scale environmental interventions with colorful smoke bombs; a reflection on the career of photographer and educator Stephen Shore and much... More

Harold Edgerton, A Pioneer of Flash Technology, Is Celebrated In An Upcoming Exhibition At The Whitney Museum of American Art

Posted by on February 27, 2018 | Photographer Interviews

Edgerton, Harold

In the early 1930s, Harold Edgerton, who died in 1990, developed flash technology that allowed him to photography objects and events moving faster than the eye can perceive. Although he was uncomfortable being recognized as an artist, his images were extraordinary, capturing moments in time so perfectly frozen that they seem almost sculptural. In an... More

In “Transit,” Israeli Photographer Barak Zemer Captures Modern Day Purgatories

Posted by on February 20, 2018 | Photographer Interviews

There is little or no movement in “Transit,” an exhibition of photographs by Israeli photographer Barak Zemer open through March 3 at Night Gallery in Los Angeles. Instead, the subjects in his photographs are trapped in different types of purgatories — in the seats of airplanes, in hospitals, in highway traffic. “Passage is not without... More

In A Collaboration With Kelsey McClellan, Michelle Maguire Pays Homage To Her Italian American Roots

Posted by on January 25, 2018 | Photographer Interviews

Some families watch television after a meal. Others disperse to their own rooms. In stylist Michelle Maguire’s extended Italian-American family, everyone watched her grandfather build precarious towers out of whatever was on hand. “There was my grandpa’s usual dinner-party balancing act, grabbing any remaining post-meal items from the table, and then building his own Leaning... More

An Exhibition at the ICP Showcases The Work of Advanced-Track Students

Posted by on January 16, 2018 | Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

Image © Carolina Saez

Featuring the work of nine students who attended the advanced-track program at the International Center of Photography (ICP), flēan is an exhibition of images that attempts to peel back societal expectations and conventions, and reveal the tender soul of the artist beneath. The title takes its name from an old English word that means to... More