All posts by Will Glaser

Andy Richter

Andy Richter is a photographer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota whose work embodies his desire to see past surface illusions to a deeper, more universal truth. Richter immerses himself in his…

Nicholas Romano

Nicholas Romano is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY originally from South-Eastern Michigan. He went to school in Boston, MA for Film but found himself more drawn to analog photography…

In Conversation: Carlos Alba

Carlos Alba is a Madrid-born, London-based visual artist working mainly with photography, video, painting, installation and performance. His work is focused on human an non-human relations in the modern world,…

In Conversation: Dylan Nelson

Dylan Nelson is an artist whose practice spans photography, temporary sculptures, and book making, with an underlying interest in how those things might coalesce. Bridging manufactured environments in both the…

Behind The Scenes: A Conversation With Gideon Jacobs

‘Behind The Scenes’ For our new ‘Behind The Scenes’ series, we interview those that find art, champion art, and talk about art. These influencers, whether it be art critics, independent curators…

What We’ve Found: “Where Should We Meet?”

This month’s theme is a response to a question we extend to you, namely, “Where should we meet?” Whether it’s real or imagined, virtual or fabricated, we want you to…

Tamsin Green

Tamsin Green is an English photographer and architect based in London. Her work explores imprints on the landscape, mapping journeys from human to geological scale. Her major projects include Sleeper (2012-2015) and Born of the…

Up For Review: Ed Panar’s ‘In The Vicinity’

In The Vicinity is a departure from Ed Panar’s usual subject matter depicting deceivingly simple landscapes, animals, and found objects in Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and towns just on the outlier…

Zora J Murff

Zora J Murff is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Arkansas. Zora received his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and holds a…

Eli Durst

Born and raised in Austin, Eli Durst studied American literature and history at Wesleyan University. After graduating, he worked at the renowned fine art printing studio Griffin Editions in Brooklyn…

What We’ve Found – “Where Should We Meet?”

Hello! Hi! Can you hear us? It’s a new month! September has arrived, Labor Day is past, and it’s time to get to work! As always, it’s time for our…

Zoe Elefterin

Zoe Elefterin is an artist living in Brooklyn, New York and is a recent grad from Pratt Institute’s Photography program. Her work aims to construct narratives that explore the nature…

Marijane Ceruti

Marijane has a BFA from the University of Connecticut. She attended the 2017 New York Portfolio Review and was interviewed by Fotoroom in the same year. Her work has been…

Jade Thiraswas

Jade Thiraswas is a multi-media artist and photographer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Her work celebrates the complexities of cultural identity, community, and representation in attempts to create poetic resistances to…

Up For Review : Ed Templeton’s ‘Hairdos of Defiance’

When I started flipping through Ed Templeton’s latest book “Hairdos of Defiance”, the notion of “collecting” became readily apparent. From the nineties into the 21st century, Templeton has been fascinated…