Ken Light: Midnight La Frontera — TBW Books

“The stretch between Tijuana and San Diego is long. Very long. And it is as treacherous as it is beautiful. It is unlikely that anybody who has ever crossed it will easily forget it. Its desert-like landscape is bound to…


Q&A: Jurgen Maelfeyt — FURS

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Avoid negative people. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Our behavior towards the environment. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Nope. What is it that interests you about photography? I’m interested in images, not…


Q&A: Fred Lahache — One Day at a Time

Have you recently been living by ana life philosophy? Teach your children early what you learned late. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Hot dog stuffed crust pizza. Are you aware of any conspiracies? I consider page 2 of Google results…


Barbara Weissberger: Mother — J Houston

Barbara Weissberger: Mother — J Houston I first saw Barbara Weissberger’s Mother at Silver Eye Center for Photography in early February. The gallery was full with images at varied sizes, hanging at different heights, broken up by soft sculptures in…


Friday Fry Up: Keko Jackson — Holy Landscape

A secular landscape generally contrasts sacred sites, but is still able to mimic this process. It can be seen as the liberation of consuming nature from any kind of use-value, commerce or narrative into a meditation that is represented by…


Friday Fry Up: Joel Jimēnez — Castle of Innocence

Castle of Innocence is a tale that questions the narratives and myths that shape our perception of protection, violence, and truth in the collective consciousness. Set in the Children’s Museum (Museo de los Niños) of Costa Rica, the project uses…


Friday Fry Up: Toby Zeng — CA987

Air China 987 is the flight number Toby used to travel back and forth between Beijing and Los Angeles. The experience of being an international student impacts Toby’s visual system as a photographer. The way he observes the world is…

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Q&A: Seth Johnson — Keep Those Bad Guys Out

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Hold (most) things loosely. Don’t take yourself too seriously. Don’t lie. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The list of what won’t baffle them is probably shorter. Are you aware of…

Dawit N.M. (Ethiopian b. 1996)
E.E.G. Virginia Beach, Virginia, 2017
Archival inkjet print
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Dawit N.M — The Eye That Follows (Chrysler Museum)

NORFOLK, VA. (June 22, 2020) – Photographer and Director Dawit N.M.’s story has many beginnings, including his early years in Ethiopia, his family’s move to Hampton Roads and his discovery of film and photography. The internationally acclaimed artist presents his…


Perimeter x Heavy — Andres Gonzalez: American Origami (Fw: Books)

Andres Gonzalez American Origami (Fw: Books, 2019) By Kris Kozlowski Moore   Andres Gonzalez’s American Origami has 384 pages and over 700 photographs. Its bulk foretells the colossal scale, emotional weight and intricacies of its subject – mass shootings in American schools….


Palm* Photo Prize 2020

You now have just days left to support the photographers in the 2020 Palm* Photo Prize shortlist. Head on over palmstudios.co.uk where you can purchase prints directly from their site with all profits going directly to the artists. The Judge’s Panel…


Q&A: Alys Tomlinson — Ex Voto

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’m not religious at all, which might be surprising given that I spent five years of my life documenting Christian pilgrimage sites, but I have always believed in Quaker values such…

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Q&A: Anaïs Boileau — Plein Soleil

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Living every day step by step and make it the most creative and peaceful. What is it that interests you about photography? The possibility to deal with life, reality, and create fiction…