Serie: Sit Silently / katrina kepule

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Katrina Kepule is a photographer based in Latvia. The series “Sit silently” explores areas in time and space, where its author tries to take a rest from the necessity to leave an impression, “to be an image or object” herself. “Sit Silently” portrays the signs of time in rites of subcultures surrounding the capital of

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*Photographer: Jason Tannen

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Jason Tannen is a photographer, gallery curator, and photography and film educator. Since 1978, his photography has explored the urban landscape, integrating photography with video, installation, and time-based digital media. Tannen has exhibited his photographs and video projects widely, in the United States and internationally. My photographs feature characteristically noir settings, with stark light, dramatic

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Aras Gökten / Ostwest

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Aras Gökten, a photographer based in Berlin, traveled east through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Istanbul, capturing images as he roamed. The resulting series entitled Ostwest is a captivating collection of photos shot on his travels that lead us in many directions with no compass necessary. Two years ago I took off for a month and went to Aserbaidschan.

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Mike Brodie – The Polaroid Kidd

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From 2004 to 2008 Mike Brodie roamed the U.S. photographing his travels and creating a body of work that is considered to be truly influential in the history of U.S. travel photography.  Brodie is not entirely comfortable speaking about his work as an artist, but prefers instead to share his stories of travels with train-hoppers.

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*Lookbook: Lost Lake I

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Lost Lake I Sunday afternoon on the lake, cameras in hand and straps in tow.  A close retreat from our new home in the city of New York, Lost Lake lies an hour to the north. Treelined and serene, Lost Lake provided an ideal setting for our new Lonewolf lookbook. New chapters, new inspirations, new

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*Video: Joel Meyerowitz

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The highly influential American photographer Joel Meyerowitz has produced Taking My Time, a retrospective monograph giving an unprecedented insight into his mind and work. Meyerowitz, 74, is a street photographer who began photographing in color in 1962. He was an early advocate of using color photography at a time when it wasn’t regarded as serious

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*Video: Impossible

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Despite the deep and complex chemistry of analog instant film, with new meaning, it has returned to our lives. Turning light into images, if not ingenious, is then the simple joy of watching magic develop. the-impossible-project.com/  

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Jasmine Deporta: A Safari of Sofas

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Jasmine Deporta´s new series Sofasafari is a brilliant play on editorial styling, juxtaposing models with couches in a camoflaging of color and texture.  Commissioned for Some Magazine, the project is one of Deporta´s latest creative endeavors, and an excellent example of Deporta´s non-traditional work. Based in Bolzano, Italy, Deporta has been featured in various galleries throughout Europe,

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Catherine Leutenegger: Kodak City

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Located about 335 miles north of New York City, the city of Rochester was known as the center of the photographic film industry and the headquarters of the giant Kodak company.  Deindustrialization and technological innovation has led to the fading of power for this empire.  Swiss photographer Catherine Leutenegger´s series, Kodak City, documents the changes within this

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Paul Octavious and The Book Collection

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Paul Octavious´The Book Collection is a wonderfully composed series that plays with color and form, utilizing books as chromatic building blocks with visually awesome results. Octavious is a photographer and designer based in Chicago and has had his work featured in various publications such as The New Yorker and The Paris Review.       via Paul

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R.I.P. Pearl Paint

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Pearl Paint, New York City´s iconic art supply mecca is closing after 80 years in business, and we will miss getting lost while browsing its corners and aisles stuffed with all sorts of crafty goodies.  The five floor maze of all an artist may need has been a destination for artists, designers and students, and its

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