║ Carrie Will ║

© Carrie Will, from the series I Am Redundant © Carrie Will, Rikki and Carrie, Fire Island, from the series I Am Redundant “I am redundant, half of a whole, a freak, identical and lucky. The relationship I have with my twin sister is tightly woven, beautifully strange and difficult to explain. This has led…

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║ Benjamin Orion Rush ║

© Benjamin Orion rush, Kelvin, from the series Field Notes: Statements & Sketches © Benjamin Orion rush, Kelvingrove Hall, from the series Field Notes: Statements & Sketches “New England-born artist Benjamin Rush presents selections from two new ongoing bodies of work in “Field Notes: Statements & Sketches”. Central to the exhibition are images created in…

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║ Eric Weeks ║

© Eric Weeks, Big Star, from the series World was in the face of the beloved © Eric Weeks, Anne Street, from the series World was in the face of the beloved “I have been photographing my wife Stacy, whom I married four years ago this fall. My relationship with her is the closest, kindest…

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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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║ 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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║ Nicholas Prior ║

© Nicholas Prior, Untitled #44, from the series Age of Man, 2003 © Nicholas Prior, Untitled #30, from the series Age of Man, 2003 “This project explores the subject of childhood as a social construction. It is influenced by Freud’s writting  on The Uncanny and the idea that an adult can not look back on…

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║ Jean-Christian Bourcart ║

© Jean-Christian Bourcart, Untitled, from the series Stardust, 2006 © Jean-Christian Bourcart, Untitled, from the series Traffic, 1999-2001 “In Jean-Christian’s photos, which are sometimes printed almost lifesize, he opens the door but a bit shyly, not intruding, as if hanging back in the doorway. The empty rooms are portraits in themselves, full of clues to…

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║ Inbal Sivan ║

© Inbal Sivan, Baroque, 2003 © Inbal Sivan, Nude, 2007 “Inbal Sivan’s images borrow heavily from traditions in art history, including aspects of the “male gaze.” It entails inactive women looking at some vague point off-camera suggesting that they are not engaged with their audience (or with anything) but rather have appeared, conveniently, to be…

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║ Stephen Tamiesie ║

© Stephen Tamiesie, Hotel Sign, North Shore, California, from the series The Salton Sea, 2005 © Stephen Tamiesie, Delivery Truck, Bombay Beach, California, from the series The Salton Sea, 2006 © Stephen Tamiesie, Inside Residence, Bombay Beach, California, from the series The Salton Sea, 2006 “Fifty miles south of Palm Springs in the California desert…

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║Peter Riesett ║

© Peter Riesett, Hide and go Seek, from the series Testament.08, 2007 © Peter Riesett, Workroom in Shadow, from the series Testament.08, 2007 “These images are an extension of a photographic series completed in 2004, entitled TESTAMENT. This was my second grandfather to have passed away and the second time I was documenting the packing…

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║Sam Gezari ║

© Sam Gezari, White Sand, from the series Erased Spaces, 2002-2005 © Sam Gezari, Texaco, from the series Erased Spaces, 2002-2005 “These images are from a body of work entitled Erased Spaces made between 2002 and 2005. They attempt to link ideas of isolation with personal and cultural boundaries in the American landscape.Questioning what defines…

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║ Eirik Johnson ║

© Eirik Johnson, Untitled, from the series Borderlands, 2004   © Eirik Johnson, Untitled, from the series Borderlands, 2004 “My photographs explore the places that exist along the fraying edges of the contemporary environment. These liminal spaces are a frontier between public and private land, left outside the framework of human order. The images depict…

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║ Gregory Crewdson ║

© Gregory Crewdson, Untitled, from the series Beneath the Roses, 2004 “Crewdson’s latest project falls into the tradition of classic American genres that explore the conflation of theater and everyday life. His tableaux, in their fine detail and focus on the perplexing psychology of vernacular America, evoke the paintings of Edward Hopper and the photographs…

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║ Alex Prager ║

© Alex Prager, Greed, from The book of Disquiet   © Alex Prager, Envy, from The book of Disquiet “Prager photographs her female subjects in a style unashamedly reminiscent of the great mid 20th Century film directors such as Alfred Hitchcock and Douglas Sirk. Within the naivety of her compositions and colour palette there is…

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║ Jeff Bark ║

© Jeff Bark, Untitled #4, from the series Woodpecker, 2007 © Jeff Bark, Untitled #13, from the series Abandon, 2006   © Jeff Bark, Untitled #9, from the series Still Life “Like Ingres’ La Grand Odalisque or Oedipus Explains the Riddle of the Sphinx, Bark infuses layer upon layer of information for the viewer to…

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