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Exclusive Interview with Debra Achen
Monterey-based photographer Debra Achen was born and raised near Pittsburgh, PA, where she developed a passion for both nature and art. She studied a variety of studio arts, including drawing, painting, and printmaking in addition to her training in traditional film and darkroom photography. Her project 'Folding and Mending' won the September 2022 Solo Exhibition. We asked here a few questions about her life and work.
Florence Montmare: America Series
In her forthcoming book, America Series (Damiani Books, 2023), Swedish-American-Greek artist and photographer Florence Montmare captures a visual record of America following the tradition of Walker Evans, Robert Frank, and Richard Avedon. As a female immigrant artist, she shares a different point of view on the country than those portrayed by these photographers in the 1930s, 1950s, and 1980s.
Arthur Tress: Rambles, Dreams, and Shadows
This richly illustrated volume is the first critical look at the early career of Arthur Tress, a key proponent of magical realism and staged photography.
Simply Scintillating: A Retrospective, Five Decades of Photographs by Meryl Meisler
CLAMP is proud to present "Meryl Meisler | Simply Scintillating: A Retrospective"—the artist's second solo exhibition with CLAMP and the first retrospective of the artist's five-decade career as a photographer, which began in 1973.
Tupac: The Legend by Michel Haddi
In September '23 (the month that 2Pac sadly left this realm in 1996) Michel Haddi will launch a 40-page oversized, glossy book dedicated to the late legend actor and rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur, AKA- 2Pac-widely considered to be one of the most influential rappers of all time and among the best-selling music artists.
Best Rising Photographers of September 2023
Explore the mesmerizing realm of photography with our exclusive showcase featuring a captivating array of stunning images crafted by gifted emerging photographers from across the world. Be ready to be enchanted by these remarkable visuals, which exemplify the boundless ingenuity and expertise of photographers who traverse the globe in pursuit of their craft. Immerse yourself in this curated compendium of extraordinary visuals, meticulously curated from a diverse pool of submissions through our open call and spontaneous portfolio contributions. Join us in celebrating the beauty encapsulated within each discovery, transforming each month into a jubilant tribute to exceptional artistry. Revel in this inspiring exhibit and become an integral part of our ongoing exploration of extraordinary imagery. Welcome to our September 2023 Photographer Showcase!
Fade To Black by Martina Holmberg
With an old Polaroid camera I preserve memories and fleeting contemplations. It freezes snapshots from life. A bird dies, a flower bursting out, winter passes and most of it goes on in silence. The images are photographed with a special polaroid film that was manufactured by accident. If left alone the polaroid images degrade and eventually fade entirely to black. I snap the shot and the chemistry slowly darkens the film in a gradient from blue-green tones to yellowish-brown over approximately 24 hours until the photographs turn black. I have to stop the degradation by destroying the polaroid,
Cosmogony by Oleg Buyanov
According to the theory of Infinite Hierarchical Nesting of Matter, cosmological levels are strictly self-similar. This means that for each class of objects or phenomena at a given scale level there is a similar class of objects or phenomena at any other scale level. This gives us reason to suppose that the order inherent in the universe may also be inherent in the smallest elements.
All About Photo Presents
All About Photo is pleased to present 'Bangla Road, Life After Dark’ by Tebani Slade. Part of the exclusive online showroom developed by All About Photo, this exhibition is on view for the month of September 2023 and includes twenty photographs from the series ‘Bangla Road, Life After Dark’
H: A Love Story by Ali MC
Cheryl and Troy have been married for more than 25 years. They spent ten of those years living on the streets of Melbourne addicted to heroin. In this ground-breaking collaboration, photographer and writer Ali MC conveys the couple’s compelling narrative in photographic audiobook and audio-visual installation.
Lens on nature: The power of environmental photography in a changing world
The magnificence of nature has always wowed humans. Just imagine the picturesque landscapes of dense forests or the subtle beauty of a single droplet on a leaf. I think we can all agree that nature offers an array of visuals that no other subject can. But beyond aesthetics, environmental photography has a role in shaping our perceptions about the environment and the issues it faces. Through photography, many have come to understand, appreciate, and act upon the dire challenges our world encounters today
Exclusive Interview with Steve Hoffman
Steve Hoffman is a documentary photographer who has who spent the last dozen years working with and photographing the people that live the housing projects in Coney Island. He was the winner of the July and August 2022 Solo Exhibition. We asked him a few questions about his life and work.
Incredible Winning Images of AAP Magazine 33 Nature
We're delighted to reveal the names of the 24 talented photographers who won "AAP Magazine #33: Nature". Predominantly women photographers, they come from 11 different countries and 3 continents.
England: The last Hurrah by Dafydd Jones
With the crack of a hunting rifle and a spray of champagne, the high-society of England knew how to party. There capturing the glamorous, vulnerable, and riotous life of the upperclass was photographer Dafydd Jones, who was granted access to some of England’s most exclusive upper-class events during the 1980s
Into the Mist by Wendi Schneider
In ‘Into the Mist’ I offer glimpses of respite amidst the vague unknowing in the time of COVID. I ventured to the mountains of North Carolina as summer ended in 2020 to find a reprieve in shinrin-yoku as the Japanese call forest bathing – seeking serenity and balance as practiced by a multitude of cultures for thousands of years.
Eye Mama: Poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood
What began as a way to connect with mothers during the pandemic, the Eye Mama Project from BAFTA-nominated filmmaker and photographer Karni Arieli, blossomed into a community of women sharing the realities of motherhood from the mama gaze.
Best Rising Photographers of August 2023
Discover the extraordinary world of photography as we unveil a breathtaking collection of stunning photos captured by talented rising stars from around the globe. Get inspired by these awe-inspiring visuals, showcasing the immense creativity and skill of photographers living and traveling worldwide. Immerse yourself in this compilation of exceptional images, sourced through our diverse call for entries and spontaneous portfolio submissions. Join us in appreciating the beauty of each discovery, making every month a celebration of incredible artistry. Enjoy this inspiring showcase and be part of our journey in discovering remarkable images! This is our selection of photographers for the month of August 2023.
First Stop Last Stop by Rita Nannini
This book explores the physical and metaphorical connections I discovered at each terminal point on every New York City subway line, from the 1 to the Z. Like the city itself, the lines are both historic and ever evolving. This is my ode to our times.
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