Category: Book Review

Steven B. Smith

TIS books has published Steven B. Smith’s latest photobook entitled, Waiting out the Latter Days. Utah in the time of the Cold War is the backdrop for the monograph, in which time does seem suspended. Where everyone is in a perpetual state of waiting. Whether the next thing will be better or worse, we hardly know. Smith

Base – Valerio Platania

Usually when photographers decide to tackle the milieu of shopping centers and suburban culture, we’re presented with shelves stocked into oblivion, crying babies on leashes, and the trunk of the 2003 Town & Country so stuffed that it refuses to close. But instead of condemning consumerism and focusing on the earthly insides of these spaces,

BRETT KALLUSKY – JOURNEY WITH VIEWS

Brett Kallusky was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1975 and is currently a visiting Assistant Professor of photography at the University of Wisconsin–River Falls. He received his MFA in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2005 and his work is held in both private and public collections including the Maxine and Stuart Frankel

BJARNE BARE – HOSE VARIATIONS

Bjarne Bare is a Norwegian photographer who graduated from the Oslo Academy of Fine Art. His work has been featured in Boooooom, Its Nice That, and Self Publish, Be Happy. He has won grants from the Arts Council in Norway, and is the co-founder of Melk, an artist run initiative gallery, studio space, and bookstore

JUSTIN KIMBALL – WHERE WE FIND OURSELVES

Justin Kimball was born in New Jersey and received his M.F.A. in photography from the Yale University School of Art and Architecture. He is currently a Professor of Photography at Amherst College and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and Aaron Siskind Fellowship. His monograph, Where We Find Ourselves, has been widely collected in libraries

SARA MACEL – MAY THE ROAD RISE TO MEET YOU

Sara Macel was recently named one of the Top 50 Photographers in Photolucida’s Critical Mass Award, received the Individual Photographer’s Fellowship Grant from the Aaron Siskind Foundation, and her first monograph, May the Road Rise to Meet You, has been featured in The New Yorker, Fraction Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, CPW, and Lenscratch. —— Macel