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There is nothing romantic about the way Michael Krebs views American culture. The Vienna-based photographer’s series of digital c-prints titled “Surplus” disguises itself as a critique of gross consumerism in a capitalistic culture where the objects we once owned now own us. But to only read Krebs’ work through this lens would lend itself it [...]

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The subject found in the photographic works of both Richard Gilles and Bernadette DiPietro is the object- the object as the billboard that frequently crosses the path of the motorist, and the clothesline, which is rarely seen in metropolitan cities.  Aside from this shared fascination, Gilles and DiPietro present two diametric worldviews. DiPietro sees cultures [...]

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Rather than photograph plant life thriving and decaying in situ, Jane O’Neal brings a flat bed scanner to her backyard and scans bird of paradise, prisimmon, and gnarled root balls.  In her manipulation, handling, and recording of delicate objects O’Neal transforms natural elements into computer -generated objects.  Therefore the prints in Environmental Memory: Part 1- [...]

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DNJ presents the large-scale photographs of Carlos and Jason Sanchez which examine the familial and the personal.  The family fulfills traditional practices, and consoles each other during times of loss.  The individual however is left to navigate through the world alone when they seek to unmask their own identity. The photographs navigate the viewer through [...]

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