┐ Victoria Jenkins └

© Victoria Jenkins, Capnomancy, from Images from the Institute of Esoteric Research © Victoria Jenkins, Aeromancy, from Images from the Institute of Esoteric Research “A characteristic claimed to be unique of photography has been its ability to record the visible, material world, its perceived objectivity and accuracy has lead to a utilitarian application of the…

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┐ Alice Miceli └

© Alice Miceli, from the Chernobyl Project – The Invisible Stain, 2007-10 © Alice Miceli, from the Chernobyl Project – The Invisible Stain, 2007-10 “The project’s ambition is to create a radiographic series of images of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone depicting the most affected regions located on the Belarusian side of the border. These stunning…

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┐ Caï Hongshuo └

© Caï Hongshuo, New Anecdote of Social Talk, n°17, 2008 © Caï Hongshuo, Work ladder to the heaven, 2008 “L’œuvre photographique de Caï est cohérente et stylistiquement reconnaissable. Focalisé sur les jeux de lumières et de contrastes proposés par le noir et blanc, l’artiste nous propose des clichés semblant sortir d’un univers fantastique et onirique.…

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┐ Cathleen Naundorf └

© Cathleen Naundorf, Untitled – Dior, artist’s workshop – Cité Jandelle, Paris © Cathleen Naundorf, Mimi San – Dior, artist’s workshop – Cité Jandelle, Paris “When I decided to photograph 4×5 inches, and even with Polaroid, people asked, ’Are you crazy? Why don ’t you do digital, it takes much less time?’ But, it needs…

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┐ Devin Yalkin └

© Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) © Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) “In HADES Devin Yalkin is not so much photographing people, but rather the way they move in space, individually and collectively. He records the culmination in blurring faces, constantly changing gestures and melting…

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┐ Tereza Zelenkova └

© Tereza Zelenkova, Cadaver, from the series Night is also a sun, 2011 © Tereza Zelenkova, Black sun, from the series Night is also a sun, 2011 Tereza’s site and blog Truth is I didn’t find any statement worthy of accompanying these images (this series). In any case there are a couple of interviews with…

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┐ Angelos Tzortzinis └

Greece: Post #2 Kanellos, the Greek protest dog © Angelos Tzortzinis, from the series Greece Economy crisis © Angelos Tzortzinis, from the series Greece Economy crisis “The economic crisis in Greece has sparked riots and violent reactions. Massive protests broke out against severe government spending cuts aimed at saving the country from economic collapse. Thousands…

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┐ Linda Alterwitz └

© Linda Alterwitz, Untitled, from the series Discarded Dreams © Linda Alterwitz, Untitled, from the series Discarded Dreams “The photographs from the series Beneath the Surface represent the dichotomy of life and death by visually confronting both scientific and ethereal realities. The blending of medical and landscape imageries takes on a comforting sense of familiarity…

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┐ S. Gayle Stevens └

© S. Gayle Stevens, Walking, from the series Calligraphy, 2011 © S. Gayle Stevens, Cornucopia, from the series Calligraphy, 2011 Calligraphy: beautiful writing or drawing photography: light drawing taxonomy: the science of the classification of living things Calligraphy consists of a series of wet plate collodion tintype photograms of plant and animal specimens I have…

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┐ Paloma Palomino └

© Paloma Palomino, Aymara, from the series A, V, C & M, 2011 “To the best of our Spanish translation skills, Palomino writes, “A, V, C & M is a series of female nudes made in black and white film, in which parties attempt to emphasize the female body and project onto them some attachments…

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┐ Becky Beasley └

© Becky Beasley, Hide, from the series Surface Coverings / The Feral Works, 2004-06 © Becky Beasley, Maladie, from the series Surface Coverings / The Feral Works, 2004-06 “Becky Beasely’s work moves between sculpture and photography and originates in both personal and more universal encounters. Its subject matter is largely composed of autobiographical recollections mediated…

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┐ John Divola └

© John Divola, The Little Man, 1987-89 © John Divola, Rock Falling Through Water, View From The Bottom Of the Pond Looking Up, 1989 “This body of work is based on some personal observations about photographs. I am fascinated by the concept of the photograph as an impression from, or remnant of, that which it…

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┐ Valter Vinagre └

© Valter Vinagre, Untitled, from the series Pets © Valter Vinagre, Untitled, from the series Pets “This series is a metaphor for the relationship between Man and the animals he hunts or frequents every day. The former predators, companions and meat supply are transformed, not into trophies but objects of estime and amazement. The former…

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┐ Éliane Excoffier └

© Éliane Excoffier © Éliane Excoffier “Excoffier’s tableaux bespeak a coherent narrative of the human drama. Despite postmodernism’s grandiloquent discourse about “paradigm shifts,” our tragicomedy most often unfolds incrementally, rather than by leaps and bounds. Likewise, the theatre of our lives resides rarely on mountaintops, but instead usually at the myriad interstices that we overlook…

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