Month: December 2018

Hieronymus Ahrens

Hieronymus Ahrens is a freelance photographer in Berlin. His field of work is portrait, documentary and fashion photography. In 2017 he graduated at “Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie”, Berlin. In 2012 he…

Aimée Beaubien

Aimée Beaubien lives and works in Chicago, IL. Her photo-based collages, sculptures and installations explore collapses in time, space, and place, while engaging the complexities of visual perception.  Beaubien experiments…

Diane Meyer

Diane Meyer received a BFA in Photography from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts in 1999 and an MFA in Visual Arts from The University of California, San…

Pascal Haas

Pascal Haas was born 1976 in Luxembourg. He studied Visual Communications at the „École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre“ in Brussels and at the Berlin University of…

Julianne Clark

Julianne Clark is a Tulsa-based teaching artist currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Photography at the University of Tulsa. In 2008, she achieved a Cum Laude Bachelor…

Lexi Sun

Lexi Sun is a Chinese born photographer based in Berlin. She studied photography and philosophy in London at Central Saint Martins and has exhibited at the Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool, Lethaby Gallery, Folkestone…

What We’ve Found: Text and Image

This month’s What We’ve Found investigates the relationship between text and image, asking viewers to reconsider the narrative function of language, and the ways in which we are accustomed to interpret photography…

Interview: Jon Feinstein

Jon Feinstein is a Seattle and New York City-based curator, writer, photographer, co-founder of Humble Arts Foundation. Jon has curated numerous exhibitions over the past decade, including Future Isms at…

Interview: Jennifer Georgescu

Jennifer Georgescu’s work describes instinctual aspects of humanity correlating to and differing from societal structuring.  With a background in painting and photographic arts, she utilizes medium format film photography, installation, and…