║ 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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║ Jessica Dimmock ║

© Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   © Jessica Dimmock, from the series The Ninth Floor   “Teetering between photojournalism and personal document (or Eugene Richards and Larry Clark), Dimmock’s color photographs…

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║ Caitlin Atkinson ║

© Caitlin Atkinson, Chapter 22, August, 2004 © Caitlin Atkinson, Chapter 14, August, 2005 “A few nights ago, I locked myself out of my apartment for the third time this year. While I sat trying to decide what to do, I was overwhelmed with the thought that my life seems composed of one mistake after…

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║ Jari Silomäki ║

© Jari Silomäki, from the Series My Unopened Letters   © Jari Silomäki, from the Series My Unopened Letters   “In “My Unopened Letters”, Silomäki creates a kind of fictive reality: the tales of a fictive self and network concerning the self’s relationships with other people in the past, present and future. Over the years,…

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║ Martine Fougeron ║

© Martine Fougeron, Tête-à-Tête III, c.2007   © Martine Fougeron, Tête-à-Tête IV, c.2007 “This work explores adolescence as a subliminal state, between childhood and adulthood, and between the feminine and the masculine. The portraits, naturally staged, explore the intrinsic interior quest of the adolescent’s journey. I noticed that most photographers portray adolescents as outsiders with…

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║ Amy Elkins ║

© Amy Elkins, Santa Monica Pier, First Visit, from the series Where I found you, 2007   “Where I Found You’ is a project that explores the notion of long distance relationships to one’s family and to what remains familiar. Having not lived in the same state as my family for over six years, this…

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