Archive for May, 2009

drawing with wind

May 30, 2009

via: horses think, via: work and trade

by william lamson

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tonight

May 29, 2009

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kaitlin mosley, my partner in crime from our show at silicon gallery is having an opening tonight.

she will be showing some new/old work at the last drop, and i suggest you check it out.

her work is incredibly beautiful. she photographs with an old 35mm camera and expired film, giving her work this soft, warm look like looking through old family photo albums from years ago. she creates ethereal photographs of her family and their summer trips to assateague island, a truly other worldly place, with wild horses roaming the shore.

tonight at the last drop – 1300 pine street – philadelphia – 7-9pm

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May 29, 2009

photographs to look at: cristóbal hara

May 26, 2009

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all photographs © cristóbal hara

new

May 23, 2009

flowers & record

flowers, record & empty plate, 2009

white

May 23, 2009

via zoe, via reciprocity failure

excellent post about race, money, and photography, and the fact that the entire judging panel for the recent PDN photo annual competition was white.

“Just how is it that to this day, people of color are still not represented anywhere near proportionately in these creative command positions?
One major reason (the major reason?) is blatantly obvious- the economics of the photo world stratosphere.”

“God bless William Eggleston, love his stuff to death- but how well would his name be known if he had had to work for a living?”

tulsa’s not that far

May 21, 2009

my certain fate, opening night.

may 14th – june 6th – pharmaka gallery, 101 west fifth street in los angeles

frederic remington

May 20, 2009

via: greg.org

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“pretty mother of the night–white otter is no longer a boy,” c. 1900 frederic remington

more mark cohen

May 19, 2009

all photographs untitled by mark cohen

at work

May 19, 2009

video edition.