Tag: Minnesota

Meet an Editor: William Glaser

William Glaser is a photographer based in Minneapolis, who just recently joined Aint-Bad as an Assistant Editor and Writer. While William enjoys a wide range of photographic interpretations, his own…

Mat Brutger

Mat Brutger was born and raised in Collegeville, MN. After receiving a B.A. in Studio Art from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, he moved to Minneapolis, where he is…

Up For Review – ‘Midwest Sentimental’ by Nathaniel Grann

Last Summer, I found myself at the Baxter St. Camera Club in New York City to see the Hartford MFA 2016 graduate’s photobooks. While the gallery had some framed works,…

Guthrie King

Guthrie King was born in Flagstaff, AZ in 1992. He spent his formative years in a suburb of Minneapolis, MN and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Having no formal…

Carrie Thompson

Carrie’s work explores roots, rootlessness, and restlessness, generally in the context of her own upbringing as the child of a broken family. Her work is personal like Larry Sultan’s Pictures…

Steven Lang

Steven Lang received his B.F.A. from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He was the recipient of a Loft Mentor Award for 2013-2014 and was a writer-in-residence for Coffee House…

Deb Schwedhelm

Born in Detroit, Michigan, Deb Schwedhelm was originally trained as a registered nurse and subsequently spent 10 years employed as a nurse in the Air Force. Although she has been…

Kevin O’Meara : Second Best

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…

Kurt Simonson

Kurt Simonson (b. 1977 in St Paul, Minnesota) is an artist/educator whose work explores the longings and tensions that surround our ideas of home, community, and identity. Whether connecting the…

Kate Wimer

Kate Wimer is a photographic artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She spends the majority of her photographic endeavors photographing the way perceptions of place and home are constructed. Wimer believes photography…