Rylan Steele is an established artist teaching as a tenure track faculty in photography at Columbus State University. Rylan received an A.S. in Photographic Technology from the Southeastern Center for Photographic Studies at DBCC, a B.F.A. in Photography from Florida International University and a M.F.A in Photography from the University of Georgia. Rylan is currently
Employing a mix of photography and digital media, Mark Dorf’s work explores the post-analogue experience – society’s interactions with the digital world and its relationship to our natural origins. Dorf scrutinizes and examines the influence of the information age through the combination of photography and digital media, looking at, in his most recent works how
Sarah Elizabeth Borst is an internationally exhibited artist from Davidson, North Carolina working in the mediums of photography, film, installation, writing and performance art. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design, and is now a Master of Fine Arts Candidate in Experimental and Documentary Arts
From The Editors : Issue No.11 of Aint–Bad Magazine explores a larger publication divided into three smaller parts. When whole, the Metropolis series acts as a collection of visually compelling contemporary photography from the largest of the three cities in the United States. These artists all find success in the fast-paced, never-forgiving environments that
TRANSLATIONS is a monograph published by Aint–Bad featuring two series by Mark Dorf that explore science & technology in today’s world. To bring this book to life, we have decided to use Kickstarter in order to offer limited edition rewards to those interested in supporting our mission to create affordable publications. Please visit the page
We are honored to be showing work from the Chicago portion of our next issue, Aint-Bad Magazine No. 11 : Metropolis, at Filter Photo in Chicago from August 5th – September 10th! This exhibition will highlight images and writings from a selection of artists who are currently making work in the Chicago area, that are
Aint-Bad is partnering with Arcana for a celebration of Issue No. 11 Metropolis : Los Angeles! Please join us on Saturday September 24th for our launch party of this new issue. Food and drinks will be available and copies of the magazines plus all other Aint-Bad publications will be available for sale! The following artists
We are excited to announce that our launch party for Aint-Bad No. 11 Metropolis : New York Will be held at OBJECTIFY on Thursday Sept 15th 2016! Please come out and celebrate this issue filled with incredible work from New York based artists. You can also checkout the other two cities that we celebrate in
We are excited to attend this year’s Society of Photographic Education’s National Conference in Las Vegas, March 10-13th! If you are not aware, SPE is a thriving organization dedicated that provides and fosters an understanding of photography as a means of diverse creative expression, cultural insight, and experimental practice. Through its interdisciplinary programs, services and
As of 2016, Brooklyn is the most unaffordable housing market in the nation, Los Angeles is slowly running out of water while the traffic chips away at everyone’s sanity, and Chicago has an ever growing problem of violence and corruption in local government. And though in the American Metropolis the creative mind is in high demand,
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Meg Griffiths is currently based in Columbia, South Carolina. Her book, Casa de fruta y pan, hopes to add something new to the on-going conversation of a changing Cuba.
Zora Murff is a photographer based in Lincoln Nebraska. His book, Corrections, focuses on how images are used to define individuals who are deemed criminals.
Tommy Kha’s monograph, A Real Imitation, discusses self in self-portrait, the portrait in self-portrait, and the hyphen in self-portrait.
Can’t decide which monograph to purchase first? Pick up all three and save. Each publication comes signed and numbered. There will be a limited number of sets available.