Spring Loaded

Posted on June 4, 2009 Under Art

Photographers Steven Brahms, Emiliano Granado and Stephen K. Schuster went on a search for the American institution called "Spring Break," in which tender youths put down their books temporarily in order to wrestle in vats of Jello, put pictures of…

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Slideluck Potshow

Posted on May 4, 2009 Under Art

Creative submissions have been extended until midnight on Monday for Friday's Slideluck Potshow, a collaborative artistic slideshow presentation and chance for food, drink and conversation sharing at San Francisco's South of Market photography center LeftSpace. Area and international creators alike present thought-provoking creative work…

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Boogie Comes to Manhattan!

Posted on April 21, 2009 Under Art

Prolific street photographer (with incredible access), Boogie, who we covered several years ago has a best-of show coming up in Manhattan on Greene Street at the Altamont Showroom that is sure to be amazing. Details below: Thursday, April 30th. 9:00…

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Geoffrey Ellis: Sadkids

Posted on April 15, 2009 Under Art

San Francisco-based photographer Geoffrey Ellis' photo journal blog Sadkids is aptly named: its coverage can be as blue (with posts entitled "Sometimes, progress can suck it" and "Burn Santa burn") as it can be lighthearted and youthful ("Easter valley of…

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Sean Tubridy

Posted on March 20, 2009 Under Art

It would be a sin of omission to call Sean Tubridy a photographer when he's in fact a publisher/activist/graphic designer/salesman. And by salesman, we mean the "stuff" he sells, that includes screenprinted shirts with illustrations of Leica M3s and transistor…

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Clark Little

Posted on March 19, 2009 Under Art

This is going to sound like a sin, but I think Photoshop is cheating. Yes, yes, I've heard the business about what professional photographers used to do back in the darkroom, but I'm still not convinced. Then I stumbled onto…

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Alec Soth x The Last Days of W

Posted on March 13, 2009 Under Art

If you've seen images at the Whitney, SF Museum of Modern Art, or Minneapolis' Walker Art Center (or the Magnum Photos archives for that matter), the shots of photographer Alec Soth may have caught your eye. The Minnesota-based artist's photos…

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Novo Mundo(s)

Posted on March 4, 2009 Under Art

Startling, arresting and full of emotional quality, French photographer Florent Demarchez shows reality in high contrast. His talented eye has gotten him the Jury Prize at the International Environment Picture Festival for Nights on Earth, his series that shows industrial…

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Lina Scheynius x Polaroid 100 project

Posted on February 25, 2009 Under Art

Lina Scheynius is one of the most emotionally intimate photographers we've covered, and she's taking the pending extinction of Polaroid film hard. Her Polariod100 project is a chance to get some closure by selling her collection of 100 pictures from…

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Carlos de Spinola Photography

Posted on January 23, 2009 Under Art

My South African-Portuguese pal, Carlos de Spinola, is at it again with his manual focus. After a brief hiatus of website updating during an extended trip through South Africa, the London-dwelling eagle eye photographer has posted quite the update. Everything…

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