Joel Howe Reviews ‘Ole Brodersen: Trespassing’

Joel Howe Reviews ‘Ole Brodersen: Trespassing’

August 9, 2018

Ole Brodersen’s photographs are not the usual “decisive moments” in time, but rather are patterns of movement and natural phenomena that are normally unseen, recorded using varying durations of exposure. Read More »
Sandra Matthews

Sandra Matthews

July 30, 2018

"For me, photography is a very personal way of making meaning...taking pictures helps me to see my life more clearly and think about my environment." Read More »
Garry Winogrand: ‘Everything is Photographable’

Garry Winogrand: ‘Everything is Photographable’

July 13, 2018

By Erin Carey: "It was in the work of Garry Winogrand I felt most challenged and ignited by the possibilities of my medium. For him, everything is photographable. Shoot first, consider later..." Read More »
‘Man Ray. An American Artist’

‘Man Ray. An American Artist’

July 1, 2018

Man Ray is the quintessential modernist figure—painter, sculptor, object maker and collagist; filmmaker and printmaker; poet, essayist and philosopher—and the most enigmatic of the Dada-Surrealists who transformed the Paris art world during the ferment of the 1920s and beyond. Read More »
Lilia Volodina

Lilia Volodina

May 22, 2018

"My imagination has always been running wild. I used to be a real bookworm, reading all the time, and I think that influenced my imagination a lot. I always liked creating my own world with my own characters, and making photographs for that because it's the most believable medium." Read More »