Juxtapoz Magazine – Africa State of Mind: Emerging Photographers From Across the African Continent

Juxtapoz Magazine – Africa State of Mind: Emerging Photographers From Across the African Continent In the only US presentation of the international touring exhibition, Africa State of Mind at the Museum of the African Diaspora explores the work of an emergent generation of photographers from across the African continent. 15 artists from 11 different countries […]

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aw$ On the occasion of the publication of Yan Morvan’s new book “The Iron Age” at Serious Publishing, Sit Down Gallery presents the exhibition “Anarchy in the United Kingdom”, a selection of prints whose negatives were buried in a box named “England” since the eighties. These images are a precious and essential testimony of an […]

The 2019 Lange-Taylor Prize: Chinen Aimi: Finding Ryukyu | LENSCRATCH

The 2019 Lange-Taylor Prize: Chinen Aimi: Finding Ryukyu | LENSCRATCH The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University recently awarded its twenty-seventh Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize to Japanese American artist and documentarian Chinen Aimi. Her winning proposal, Finding Ryukyu, combines text and drawings with 35mm black-and-white photographs to investigate her various histories as a child […]

Leah Frances: American Squares | LENSCRATCH

Leah Frances: American Squares | LENSCRATCH I’m not sure if this was the case for Leah Frances, but her project, American Squares, does make us look back lovingly at relics and architecture that were once part of the zeitgeist and allows us a bit of time travel. Leah brings an outsiders delight to American iconography and has created […]

Thomas Kellner – Black & White

Thomas Kellner – Black & White Friedrich-Hundt-Gesellschaft presents Thomas Kellner’s exhibition “Black & White” Municipal Museum in Muenster. Silver gelatin tableaux made by Kellner between 1997 and 2005 will be on display. In this exhibition, Kellner recalls his beginnings as an artist and his roots in black-and-white photography using the analog gelatin silver process.

Mitch Epstein’s Urgent Look at Communities Vying for American Land | The New Yorker

Mitch Epstein’s Urgent Look at Communities Vying for American Land | The New Yorker At the beginning of this decade, the photographer Mitch Epstein spent two years taking pictures of trees. He had just published the book “American Power,” an epic study of the energy industry—from its corporate sanctums to its impact on everyday lives […]

This is Climate Change: Kirk Crippens, Sharon Harper, and Benjamin Dimmitt | LENSCRATCH

This is Climate Change: Kirk Crippens, Sharon Harper, and Benjamin Dimmitt | LENSCRATCH Museum Director James Pearson of the  Southeast Museum of Photography has created a significant exhibition focused on the most important issue of our time. This is Climate Change features the projects of three photographers: Kirk Crippens, Sharon Harper, and Benjamin Dimmitt and […]

A Multi-Faceted Portrait of the Genius of Photographer Jim Marshall – Feature Shoot

A Multi-Faceted Portrait of the Genius of Photographer Jim Marshall – Feature Shoot When most people think of photographer Jim Marshall (1936-2010), scenes from rock and roll history come crashing to mind: Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar on fire during the Monterey Pop Festival; Johnny Cash flipping the bird at San Quentin State Prison; Janis […]