For the third and final stop in our travelling team up with Romke Hoogwaerts and IPF ‘Mossless: The United States (2005-2015)’ lands at Sydney’s China Heights this coming Thursday. This one has come all the way from NY and we’re stoked to finally have it here on home turf, see you all Thursday, BYO eyeballs, we’ll do the rest. Featuring: Daniel Shea, Whitten Sabattini, Lindsay D’Addato, Eva O’Leary, Yeon J Yue, Timothy Briner, Mo Costello, Suzanna Zak and Juan Madrid, this is a showcase of new photographers who have each made a significant mark on the social landscape at a time when it’s essential to capture a compelling moment, in the spirit of iconic photographers like Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange and Stephen Shore, who made work that came to define America’s past.
Romke Hoogwaerts began Mossless in 2009 as a blog on which he profiled emerging photographers. In 2012, Mossless came offline with the release of Issue 1, a photobook that brought its digital presence into stores and galleries around the world. In 2014, Romke and his partner Grace Leigh released Mossless Issue 3, a milestone undertaking featuring work by more than 100 artists. Time magazine listed the publication a top photobook of 2014. Open until Sun 15 Nov.