Blog Post Category Archive (Photography)

  1. Corinne Day: May the Circle Remain Unbroken

       We have always been a fan of Corinne Day’s raw and poignant photographs both personal and in fashion and now Mörel Books is publishing May the Circle Remain Unbroken,  Corinne Day’s first posthumous book featuring photographs she took of her friends

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  2. July 11 – August 16:Regen Projects/Scott McFarland: Simultaneous Contrasts

    An exhibition of recent work by Canadian artist  Scott McFarland will open at Regen Projects on July 11th. in L.A. The exhibition will debut a new work that pairs a still image as a lightbox with a durational  photograph video.

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  3. The Metropolitan Museum Of Arts:Garry Winogrand- June 27th-September 21st

    This Friday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York opens a retrospective of work by Garry Winogrand, one of the most prolific and least explored photographers of his generation.   The Met’s display of 175 pictures, many capturing the joys

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  4. Exhibition: Miya Ando’s Aurora shows in London

    Last week Mead Carney Gallery in London hosted New York based artist Miya Ando and her newest collection of work, Aurora. In a new exploration of light and colour, Ando transforms anodized aluminum and steel into meditations on light.  

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  5. Ryan McGinley at Galerie Perrotin

    Our friend Richmond Lam checked out Ryan McGinley’s  show Vertical Color of Sound at Galerie Perrotin on his latest trip to Hong Kong and sent us a few pics. The show is on until June 21. See more of the show

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  6. Til Oct 4th: Rennie Collection- Rodney Graham

    Vancouver based artist Rodney Graham has a solo show on at the ‘Rennie Collection- Wing Sang’ until October 4th showing pieces from the artist works in several media – film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, sound, text, and installation. Graham’s show was a

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  7. NAN GOLDIN ON “EDEN AND AFTER”

    Nan Goldin has built her work around those she loves. In her youth, the portraits she took of her close friends, mostly from the fringes of society, captivated and changed the way people looked at photography. Now an aunt and

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  8. Larry Clark: they thought i were but i aren’t anymore…

    Larry Clark: they thought i were but i aren’t anymore… “Luhring Augustine is pleased to announce an exhibition of works by Larry Clark that will span his career from 1961 to the present, starting with his earliest portrait of his

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  9. STRANGER

    Winter – JE, Sport – AA Flashback Friday! As Études Studio opens their first ever pop up shop, we take a look at Jérémie Egry and Aurélien Arbet’s photo essay Stranger from 01Magazine Issue 7. http://zero1magazine.com/article/stranger-aaje/

  10. CHARLIE ENGMAN X EASTPAK S/S 14

      With summer excursions coming up, it’s a perfect time to check out packpacks and luggage and Eastpak has plenty of both. Its s/s 14 collection was shot by Charlie Engman in a playful lookbook. Engman’s simple but witty associations

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  11. Cruise: A Trip or Voyage shot by Juergen Teller

      M/M Paris put up a preview of their Louis Vuitton Resort 15, Cruise: A Trip or Voyage lookbook shot by Juergen Teller on their Instagram. Juxtaposing photographs taken by Teller of various Monaco landscapes with studio shots of Models

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  12. Looking back at Nikki S. Lee

    Nikki S.Lee has been a fascinating figure for me for years. Looking back on her work today, it still resonates as much to me as when I first saw it over 10 years ago. Her photography is one of a kind, somewhere

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