Archives for posts tagged ‘photography’

Everything is Collective

Deliberate Operations Issue No. 3 [Full Empty] E.I.C Press is proud to announce the release of Deliberate Operations No. 3 [Full Empty]. In the third installment of the Deliberate Operations series, the E.I.C. continues its mission to explore the contemporary image as both record and road map with over 160 pages of new photographs, digital images, appropriations, and assemblage. Deliberate […]

Hannah Whitaker

Hannah Whitaker Work from Peer to Peer. “For an artist to toy with the material qualities of photography is a common device, even at a time when that materiality is becoming increasing anachronistic. The great majority of photographs have been abstracted out of existence, transformed into reams of code. The original, material forms of photography, […]

Jordan Tate

Jordan Tate Work from Working From Photographs. This interview accompanies Jordan Tate’s exhibitions, Working From Photographs, at Denny Gallery in New York City from March 15 to April 26, 2015, and concurrently at Angela Meleca Gallery in Columbus, Ohio. The title of the exhibition, “Working From Photographs,” refers both to
Tate’s background as an artist who […]

Jeremy August Haik

Jeremy August Haik Work from A Unique and Non-Repeatable. “This chapter is about copies, reproductions, recycled histories, and the poetics of science. More at non-repeatable.com” – Jeremy August Haik

Greg Allen

Greg Allen Work from Exhibition Space. “In August 1960, the fledgling NASA launched Echo I, a mirrored spherical balloon, or “satelloon,” 100 feet across, which was inflated 1,000 miles above the earth. Nominally a reflective communications satellite, Echo I’s primary mission was to be visible to the naked eye by the earth’s entire population. Early […]

Peter Puklus

Peter Puklus Work from The Epic Love Story of a Warrior. “Seems like sculpture-based photography but with the human body and soul in the center; this is what my new and ongoing project, ‘The Epic Love Story of a Warrior’ is about: a fictional family story in Central Europe during the 20th century. An associative […]

One Step Beyond

One Step Beyond @ Galerie Christophe Gaillard “For a long while the indexed nature of photography laid at the heart of theoretical discourse on this medium. For Rosalind Krauss as for Roland Barthes, Henri Van Lier, Philippe Dubois and others, the contiguous relationship between the image and its referent was one of the ontological foundations […]

Johan Rosenmunthe

Johan Rosenmunthe Work from Tectonic. “Stones transcend human life and experience. They live on different time scales to humans, exist on other planets and fall from the sky to Earth. Both art and philosophy have looked upon the stone before (think Sartre’s nausea at pebbles on the beach) because they are compelling objects of alchemical […]

Justin Hodges

Justin Hodges Work from Under Construction. “The still life has an expansive history in artistic practice, generally conjuring images of tabletops filled with flowers and wine glasses. Less obvious, though, is its ubiquitous existence as advertising, spanning the gap from print to screen. Simply, Under Construction is a body of work, which questions the way […]

Marina Gadonneix

Marina Gadonneix Work from >After the Image< @ Kaune, Posnik, Spohr. Gadonneix‘s works are dialogues within spaces staged along the boundaries of the abstract, creating interesting points of confluence between the history of photography as staging and the history of abstraction. In her series „Removed Landscapes“, only light and abstract forms remind the viewers of […]