Archives for the Month of May, 2009

Ethan Arro Jones

Ethan Arro Jones Work from In Water and Fish Story. “As a young adult entering my twenties, I found myself full of questions and I began looking for answers in the photographs I was making of my peers. Still showing glimpses of their youthful innocence, these new adults are wading, beautiful and naked, in the […]

Josh Poehlein

Josh Poehlein Work from Borderlands. “Pisces. For the week of April 3, 2008. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson told The Washington Post the following fun facts: “There are more molecules of water in a cup of water than cups of water in all the world’s oceans. This means that some molecules in every cup of water […]

Krista Wortendyke

  Krista Wortendyke Work from (Re:) Media. This is fascinating work about appropriation, photo history, media consumption, etc. It runs the gamut of critical analysis / critique about photography. I strongly recommend you look at Histortical Intervention as well. “Although most of us have never experienced war, we are surrounded by its imagery. This project […]

Odette England

Odette England Work from Attentional Landscapes. “The Ishihara Colour Test is the most common clinical test for colour blindness in humans. But, like mirages and memories, the circles of randomised dots are just optical phenomena. In this series, Odette England undertakes quasi-scientific experiments in manipulating the intended meaning and function of family photographs. Selectively and […]

Veronika Spierenburg

Veronika Spierenburg Work from Newspaper no. 5 and Newspaper no. 4. “Veronika Spierenburg’s Newspapers series no. 4 + 5 are a playful dissection of spectacle as it exists in sports photography, not in an overly analytic way but as one disassembles a machine out of curiosity – to inspect and marvel at its parts. Spierenburg […]

Stuart Bailes

Stuart Bailes Work from [I couldn't find a title for this body of work but I want to see more, and I hope it is coming soon] and Hidden (Forest). “Hidden (Forest) was undertaken predominantly in Wales but some were made in the Forest of Dean and the New Forest. The geographical location was not […]

Bill Jacobson

Bill Jacobson Jacobson was one of the earlier out-of-focus photographers, and for obvious reasons in my own work, I am a fan. There is something compelling about the denial of one of the fundamental characteristics of photography that draws me in. Currently showing at the Robert Klein Gallery. “Bill Jacobson is well known for a […]

Alison Jackson

Alison Jackson Work from Photographs. Here is a little celebrity magic for your Sunday browsing. “Powerful images dominate the world. Pictures of celebrities who have reached the status of icons or demons. They are news—whether they are the Royal Family, Madonna, Posh and Becks or Britney Spears. This news becomes intrigue; it becomes difficult to […]

Yogi Proctor

Yogi Proctor Work from Twenty Eight Portraits. “Twenty Eight Portraits engages the materiality of a set of public-domain press photographs to intentionally expose the gamut of everyday photographic functionality. Twenty Eight Portraits uses individual photographs of the entire presidential cabinet, which have been ripped roughly in half. The rip both figuratively and literally removes the […]

Miles Collyer

Miles Collyer Work from Track Top Masks and For Lauren. There was not enough space to post his other bodies of work as well, but you should go to his website to see the wide range of solid work. ____________________ “For Lauren is a mail-art edition that was sent to 50 individuals in February, 2006. […]