Rodrigo Sombra was born in Ipiaú, Brazil, in 1986. His work has appeared in multiple publications in Brazil and abroad, including De Greif, Folha de São Paulo, O Globo and Carta Capital. In 2012, he joined the group exhibition “Uma Visita Ao Benin – Fotografias de uma Viagem,” dedicated to the country of Benin, Africa,
Jeremy August Haik is an artist and writer. His work has been exhibited most recently at Aperture Gallery, NY; Foley Gallery, NY, Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam; Newspace Center for Photography, Portland; Cindy Rucker Gallery, NY; PCNW, Seattle; Michael Matthews Gallery, NY; The Camera Club of NY, and Guest Spot, Baltimore. His writing and photography has
It’s that magical time of year again. The fountains are green, the beer is green, and there is a lovely dusting of green pollen covering every car hood and street sign. Yes friends, St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. Who’s ready for an Irish Carbomb!? Most editors of Aint–Bad have spent at least one St.
Kevin O’Meara (b. 1987) is a photographer and fine artist Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is largely self-taught, picking up information through his grandfather, a lifelong NPPA photographer, and through conversation with other artists. He has shown work in Minneapolis, Chicago, and Los Angeles and has published multiple photo books. Today we are going to dive into
Trever Barber is a photographer based in Washington state. He was born on the west coast, raised on the east and is currently studying at the Photographic Center Northwest. His work is focused on rural areas in Eastern Washington and is driven by found beauty. Often spending many hours driving bare highways, searching for a
Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint–Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? COLOR. You may be thinking ‘what’s the big deal, color photography has been around for a while.’ We’re all familiar with William Eggleston’s
Of Armenian and French origin, Alexis Pazoumian is a photographer and director. He was born in Paris France, and later attended a four-ear graphic design school in Paris. The concepts of territory, identity, and society interest him. Through few photographic projects in the favelas of Brazil, India, Armenia and recently in New-Orleans he wants to
Rachel Cox lives and works in Dallas, TX, USA. Prints from Cox’s series have recently been presented at Museo de los Artes in Mexico City, Baijia Art Museum in Nanjing, China, The Musee del’Elysee in Switzerland, Museo Amparo in Mexico, and at PHOTO London 2016. Cox has shown work nationally at the Houston Center for Photography, the
Rarely do we see people in Lily Brooks’ work, but there is little else we tend to think of when looking over her photographs. They recall Walker Evans’ proclivity to see idiosyncrasy in everything, banal and grandiose, quotidian and spectacular. And like William Christenberry’s work, the presence of people seems to saturate each bit of
Jake Silby is a 23 year old photographer from New Plymouth, New Zealand. He graduated from Massey University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Design with Honors, majoring in Photography. After this he spent a year living and working in New York, before returning to New Zealand where he continues to work on new projects.
I was born in Tehran, Iran, and I am now based in Melbourne, Australia, where I practice as a visual artist. I completed a Bachelor degree in Fine Art– Photography in Tehran and began my career as a documentary photographer in 2005. I am currently a PhD candidate in the department of Art at Curtin
Adrien Blondel was born and grew up in normandy, France. He moved to Paris where he studied and graduated in history of cinema and cinematography. His first feature documentary film project brought him to the US, where he came back to live in San Francisco. Adrien works as a lighting technician and a camera operator
Our friend Daniel Terna (b. Brooklyn, NY) is killing it in New York. We have featured him on the website before, and we had the opportunity to print his work in Aint–Bad No. 9 From Here On. He has participated in select group exhibitions at MoMA PS1 (NYC); the International Center of Photography (NYC); Foley Gallery
Today we’re honored to share a collection of images created by Kelsey McClellan in collaboration with Michelle Maguire. The two have worked on numerous projects including a cook book for Jeni Britton Bauer. Kelsey McClellan is a photographer based in San Francisco, CA. Raised in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, her work explores the humor and calmness
Qingshan Wang, born in Beijing, China. Now works and lives in New York. He graduated from Renmin University of China in 2014 with a B.A. in Journalism and Communication. He is now a MFA candidate in Photography, Video and Related Media department in School of Visual Arts. His photography works focus on transcending the fragments