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Uncommon West by Dean Forbes
The images on this portfolio are from an 11-day, 3,000-mile road trip I took in April 2022 from my home just north of Seattle, Washington, to Santa Fe, New Mexico and back through parts of seven states. My goal was to produce a body of work of uncommon scenes - or at least those that most don’t associate with the traditional Western landscape.
The Beautiful Winning Images of AAP Magazine #24 Portrait
Describe, reveal, embellish, question, disturb... a portrait can inspire many different reactions. But if there are indeed a thousand faces to a photograph, we could only showcase some of them, and this new edition of AAP Magazine focuses on the vision of 25 photographers from 14 different countries and 4 continents!.
Fading Memories by Dale Niles
When the covid pandemic started and everyone was ask to isolate, I found myself becoming so nostalgic, missing people that were no longer with us and the people that were here but I was not able to see. A favorite pastime of mine is going through old photographs. As I looked through stacks of boxes I began to think more and more about the people in these images. Some of them had lived through a pandemic themselves. I recognized some of them, even recalled their names. Some of them were familiar but I was unable to recall much about them. Seeing them sparked questions. Wishing my parents or older relatives were still alive to fill in the blanks.
Doug and Mike Starn: Can
HackelBury Fine Art, London is pleased to present 'Can't, Won't, Don't Stop', an exhibition of new work by Doug and Mike Starn. The Starns have been working conceptually with photography for over 30 years. This series of work, begun in 2021, sees the Starns returning to some of the techniques which they pioneered in the 1980s when they explored the three dimensionality and physicality of photography and combining the more recent inclusion of painting. This body of work also continues the Starns' fascination with the passage of time. They make visible aging process and deterioration of the material with which they work and examine how the meaning of what was created or conceptualised changes with time.
Keepers of the West by Landry Major
Landry Major is a fine art photographer living in Los Angeles. She stands in awe of nature, and of the inner life of human beings. Through her lens she seeks to reveal the subtle fire, the hidden hero of her subjects. Her recent work has brought her to a vision of a simpler life, a culture deeply connected to the rugged terrain of the disappearing American West. In it she has found the quiet strength of its stoic people, and the majestic animals they coexist with. In her series Keepers of the West and Winter’s Horses, she provides a fleeting glimpse of a life and time that can only be found under America’s wide-open western skies.
William Klein: YES
This summer, the International Center of Photography (ICP) will present a major retrospective exhibition of the work of the multifaceted artist William Klein. On view at ICP from June 3 through September 12, 2022, William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948-2013 features nearly 300 works, filling ICP's galleries with photographs, paintings, films, photobooks, and other media from Klein's expansive and boundary-pushing six-decade career.
Exclusive Interview with  Charlie Lieberman
Charlie Lieberman is a photographer and cinematographer based in Southern California. Best known for his work on the TV show, Heroes, Lieberman has also been developing a body of photographic work since the 1960s. His current practice seeks out humble landscapes, avoiding the iconic in an effort to impart a sense of memory, contemplation, and awe. Lieberman is currently an Active Member of The American Society of Cinematographers.
George Tice: Lifework
To capture and distill into book form the sweeping achievement of an artist whose award-winning work spans scope, subject, and decades is no easy feat. And to do so in a way that reflects this unique breadth is even harder still. Lifework is a new book on George Tice and his photographs that provides a substantial look at his work, exhibition history, and significant life events.
Holding Time by Catherine Panebianco
Holding Time is a love story about family. It might be my family's story, but it's really every family's story. Weddings, road trips, babies, vacations, game nights - these everyday snapshots provide a roadmap to a life.
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