║ Peter Fraser ║

© Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 © Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 “I see photographs everywhere, like everyone else, nowadays; they come from the world to me, without my asking; they are only ‘images,’ their mode of appearance is heterogeneous…I realized that some provoked tiny…

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║ Michael Lundgren ║

© Michael Lundgren, Untittled #1, from the series Ruins © Michael Lundgren, Untittled #14, from the series Ruins “As an artist, I have always been drawn to the field of landscape. It is the perfect subject with which to explore our history and our desire, two urges bound deeply together in the mythology and experience…

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║ Kent Klich ║

© Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect © Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect © Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect “In family albums we often see parents and children, brothers and sisters, husbands and wifes, aspiring to look their best in the photographs. They will often respond to…

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║ Deborah Paauwe ║

© Deborah Paauwe, Broken Melody, from the series The Crying Room, 2006 © Deborah Paauwe, Crimson Autograph, from the series Double Dutch, 2002 “Deborah Paauwe’s imagery circulates between art photography and erotica as the artist seduces and assaults the gaze. Paauwe engages with a labyrinthine gaze that Lacan charts as a map full of traps…

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║ Mari Hirata ║

© Mari Hirata, Heels Hoist #3, from the series Domestic Bliss, 2007 © Mari Hirata, The Pregnant Bride, from the series Domestic Bliss, 2007 “My Photographs talk about the unity of formality and informality. It is the combination of established procedure and order, with the notion of surrealism and visual puns. Progressing forward from the…

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║ Polixeni Papapetrou ║

© Polixeni Papapetrou, Dreams are like water, from the series Games of Consequence, 2008 © Polixeni Papapetrou, Ravenswood, from the series Games of Consequence, 2008 (…) “Papapetrou’s fastidiously detailed mise-en-scène fuses landscape and portraiture with ease. Her formal control flexes the camera’s hold on the unsettling tropes of youth. Costumes, props and carefully scouted locations…

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