Month: September 2019

Tata Gorian

Tata Gorian is a photographer and visual artist based in St.Petersburg, Russia. She graduated from Wordshop Communication Academy at British Higher School of Art & Design in Moscow. Tata also…

David Schalliol

David Schalliol an assistant professor of sociology at St. Olaf College and principal with Scrappers Film Group – an organization interested in the relationship between community and place. His photographs…

Anna G. Norton

A native of South Georgia, Anna Norton received her MFA in photography from Tyler School of Art, Temple University and her BA in anthropology from Tulane University. Norton exhibits in…

CLARA DE TEZANOS

Clara de Tezanos (Guatemala, 1986) is a Guatemalan artist and cultural ambassador. She studied at an early age at Speos School of Photography in Paris and at Parsons in Paris.…

Daniel Jackson

Daniel Jackson is a Boston-based photographer. His book “Portraits of Resilience” was published in December 2017 by MIT Press, and received coverage from the national press, including the Boston Globe,…

Tatum Shaw

Tatum Shaw is a photographer born and raised in Cartersville, Ga. He moved to Portland in 2004 to work as a copywriter at the advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. He…

In Conversation: Roslyn Julia

Roslyn Julia is a photographic artist. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan in 2013. Drawn to the medium of photography…

Liz Albert

Liz Albert is a photographic artist who has exhibited her work in group shows throughout the United States since 1986, including The Photographic Center Northwest, Griffin Museum of Photography, The…

Manon VanScoder

Manon VanScoder (b.1992) is an artist and photographer currently residing in Toledo, Ohio. She creates short and long-form works related to memory, personal mythology, and investigation. She is currently working…

Jose Castrellon

Jose Castrellon (Panama, 1980) works with photography, video, found objects and text, moving between the conceptual and documentary realms; taking history as a point of departure to inquire into and…

Andrés Solla

Born in Gijón (Spain) in 1986, is a documentary photographer based in Barcelona. He studied a postgraduate degree in Photojournalism at Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB). He started developing his…

Manuel Nieberle

Manuel Nieberle is an emerging photographer – born 1993 in a small town in the alpine foothills of Southern Germany. Through skateboarding, he was quickly fascinated with photography and filming…

Raisa Galofre

Raisa Galofre (b.1986 in Barranquilla) is a Colombian-Caribbean artist, photographer and researcher based in Berlin, Germany. She holds a degree in Communication Sciences and Journalism from Universidad del Norte in…

In Conversation: Emily Sheffer + Dust Collective

Emily Sheffer earned her BFA in Photography with Departmental Honors from The Massachusetts College of Art and Design. In 2015, Emily was listed as a LensCulture Top 50 Emerging Photographer,…

Rainy Siagian

Rainy Siagian (1994, BE) gained her master’s degree in photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium in 2018. Her work deeply reflects life as a natural…

Nat Raum

Nat Raum is a multimedia artist based in Baltimore, MD working primarily with photography, creative writing, and bookmaking. She graduated from the BFA Photography program at Maryland Institute College of…

Matt Genovese

Matt Genovese is a twenty-four year old artist born and raised in the suburbs of Northern New Jersey. He has received his Photography Technology, Associate in Applied Science Degree at…

Melanie Allan

Melanie Allan is an artist living in Pittsburgh, PA. Her work explores themes of childhood, mental health, and human experience. Photography serves as a productive outlet for her thoughts and…

George Voronov

George Voronov (b.1993) is a recent graduate of the MFA program at the Belfast School of Art where he studied under Ken Grant, Donovan Wylie, and Haley Morris Cafiero. His…

William Mark Sommer

William Mark Sommer (b. 1990) is a film photographer from Sacramento, California. Mark has exhibited over the United States and Internationally and has received his BFA in Photography from Arizona…

In Conversation: Elena Helfrecht

Elena Helfrecht was born in Bavaria, Germany and is now based in London. In 2014 she graduated in Art History and Book Science at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen and completed her…

Maria Kokunova

Maria Kokunova (b.1983, Armavir, Russia), independent photographer, visual artist. Lives and works in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. The problem of personality and the mechanism of subject constitution are the main themes laying…

Leonardo Magrelli

Born in Rome in 1989, Magrelli holds a BA in Design and Architecture from “La Sapienza” University in Rome. In 2010 he starting working with the photographer Marco Delogu, director…

Elise Corten

Elise Corten is a photographer based in Belgium. She received a BA from Luca School of Arts in 2018 and is currently working on multiple photographic series, whilst finishing her…

Maxwell LaBelle

Maxwell LaBelle is an artist based in Boston Massachusetts. He graduated from The Massachusetts College of Art and Design in the spring of 2019 with a BFA in photography. His…

Macarena Costan

Macarena Costan is an artist based in Bristol, England. She received a first-class BA (Hons) in Photographic Art from the University of South Wales in 2016, and is currently pursuing…

What We’ve Found: Death

We are back with another What We’ve Found call for entry! This month’s theme is: Death This month’s theme is inspired by a new photo book project from our good…

The Rust Belt Biennial

There are certain terms we know but can’t put the finger on when we’ve heard them first. We usually have some associations with these kind of terms but can’t really…

IN CONVERSATION: Efrem Zelony-Mindell on ‘ n e w f l e s h’

Efrem Zelony-Mindell is an independent curator, writer, and artist. Their curatorial endeavors include shows in New York City: n e w f l e s h, Are You Loathsome, the…

What We’ve Found: Spirituality in Suburbia

August’s What We’ve Found theme was Spirituality in Suburbia, and I am blown away by the submissions received this time around. The work submitted offered the perfect range of interpretations…

Christian Michael Filardo

Christian Michael Filardo is a Filipino American photographer living and working in Richmond, Virginia. Filardo uses their camera to record everyday nuances, later grouping images to create narratives from the…