Archives for posts tagged ‘NYC’

Michele Abeles

Michele Abeles Work from English for Secretaries “Ms. Abeles’s images are radiant, seductive and mysterious. They invite and thwart reading. She weaves images and patterns into collagelike, even quiltlike mashups that are nonlinear rebuses — rebuses speaking in tongues. They cross and recross the line between abstraction and representation, also between private and public, between […]

David Brandon Geeting

David Brandon Geeting Work from his oeuvre “Geeting has moved from a natural, somewhat lofi aesthetic to more polished images that fuse the photographer’s sense of atmosphere with neater lines and compositions, refashioning the trivial items of daily life into new objects that seemingly come from some parallel universe” -Disturber

André Kertész

Andre Kertesz From top to bottom: Mondrian’s Glasses and Pipe, Paris (1926), New York. Central Park Boat Basin (1944), Paris (1929), January 1, Martinique (1972) “Known for his extended study of Washington Square Park and his distorted nudes of the 1930s, Andre Kertesz was a quiet but important influence on the coming of age of photojournalism and the art of photography. For more […]

Michele Abeles

Michele Abeles Work from her oeuvre. Interview via Rhizome “Your Re:Re:Re:Re:Re: series makes inventive use of the male nude. Many 
of the images seem to have a humorous consciousness of the history of
the female nude in painting and photography. Can you talk a little bit
about your use of the male nude and the context in which you […]

Mike Bodge

Mike Bodge Work from N SKY C “I wrote a program that takes a picture outside of my office window every 5 minutes. It uploads the photo to a server and then analyzes the sky portion to figure out what the average sky color is at that time. The site is a constantly updating mosaic […]

Alana Celii

Alana Celii Work from her oeuvre. “A lot of my ideas come about through happenstance. I typically shoot first without thinking too much about my ideas, and edit later. Editing is a large part of my process. I saw Jason Fulford speak a long time ago, and he said that he cut up his contact […]

Matthew Tischler

Matthew Tischler Work from Screen Series. I was made aware of Tischler’s work through a mailing from Jen Bekman’s 20×200 project. You can see Tischler’s work (and buy it) here. “Technology has enormously impacted our perception of the world. Aside from the practical and pragmatic functions of computers in our time, the digital revolution has […]