Tag: Los Angeles

Cagri Kara

Cagri Kara was born in a small town in eastern Turkey. His father, a teacher, transferred his job and moved his family to Istanbul when Cagri was 3. Cagri spent his childhood and teenage years on the streets of Istanbul before going to college. Cagri’s interest in the arts brought him to a fine arts

TJ Tambellini

The Los Angeles based artist, TJ Tambellini, explores photography through sculptural composition and vivid complementing palettes, revealing understated moments in the often inanimate, overly habitual landscapes. TJ’s work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, and has been featured in Printed Pages, Justified, Sentimental Magazine, and Paper Journal. In 2016 released his first photobook, Court Yard,

Max Knight

Max Knight is a self-taught landscape and portrait photographer, born in London, England – now residing in Los Angeles, California. He is interested in the little stories that surround us and looks to elevate the ordinary in the everyday. Over the last eight years, Max has done everything backwards as photography accidentally went from hobby

Michael Tierney

Michael Salvatore Tierney is a Los Angeles based photographer. Tierney’s photographic work deals with space and place, temporal and physical, hybrid cultures, and the hypothetical concept of a Ecumenopolis- a city made of the whole world resulting from a fusion of urban areas and megalopolis forming a single continuous worldwide city. Tierney has been continuously

Eric Omori

Eric Omori is a Los Angeles based artist who received his B.F.A. in Photography from California State University, Long Beach. Struggling with depression has hindered his daily life but has also given him new insight, which now fuels his need to create. His most current work “Theatre Of War” examines the Southern California paintball and

Sinziana Velicescu

Sinziana Velicescu is a photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Film. Her photography explores human intervention in nature within landscapes that have undergone political, social, or environmental change. Her photographs have been shown in galleries internationally in

Lauren Marsolier

Today we are excited to revisit one of our favorite photographers. French-born Lauren Marsolier lives and works in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of many awards and her images have been published internationally in such magazines as Artforum and the British Journal of Photography, where she was featured as one of ‘20 photographers to


  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

Kate Stone & Hannah Schneider

Kate Stone is a Brooklyn-based artist who dreams of working in demolition, if only just to prove that she can. She grew up in a creepy old house with stone floors, which definitely has everything to do with everything. She enjoys whiskey and breaking things (especially hearts.) She earned a BA from Bard College and

Ke Peng & Justine Chang

Ke Peng (b. 1992, Changsha, raised in Shenzhen, China) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and southern China. She is interested in how the different connect, and distinctions within similarity. The urge, burden and limitation of being in a specific space, as well as active looking is very important to her, while constantly thinking