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Time is an unknown variable in the photographs of Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low. Granted unprecedented access for two years inside the training facilities of China’s elite gymnasts, the duo document the rigorous discipline of training that pushes the limits of the human form and challenges the psyche. Documenting the daily pressures of gymnasts in [...]

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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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Self-taught American photographer Seth Taras carefully describes his pictures as falling more into “strains” than a “series,” thus the distinction reflects a familiar arterial line of inspiration which flows through works taken across many years and around the globe.  Whether the subjects are opulent interiors, studies of found objects on the street, or candid and [...]

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A single 8 1/2 by 11 inch page in the Conturbatio series from Richard Kraft’s solo show “Something with Birds In It” presents an intricate collage of disjointed text with an illustration of a black and white nude figure in the foreground. His right arm extends outward, pointing a gun at the viewer. The gesture [...]

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The photographic practices of Mark Laita and Rodney Smith demonstrate an acute attention to form, composition, and revel in the act of looking. Whether it’s marveling at the juxtaposition of geometric contortions and scale patterns of exotic serpents or capturing an alluring woman who never acknowledges the camera, the photographs uncover animal and human subjects [...]

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Through the lens of New York filmmaker and photographer Josh Azzarella, images shared in the collective memory of popular culture are subject to revision. Engaging in a meticulous process of rendering culled archival footage frame by frame, and then juxtaposing his own images as if they were a delicate mirage, Azzarella considers a fragile past [...]

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In the early morning on March 3 only hours after announcing his “One Wish to Change the World” as the 2011 TED Prize Winner, French street artist who refers to himself as JR, and whose real name only adds to the mysterious narrative that surrounds his art, stands in the center of a media mob. [...]

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New York based photographer Aram Jibilian investigates the late Arshile Gorky through the lens of the glass house, the artist’s final residence before his suicide in 1948 in his latest series of photographs “Gorky and the Glass House.”  An Armenian living in America in exile, Gorky’s identity was in a constant state of flux and [...]

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