HOT BED @ TGIF Gallery, Brooklyn

TGIF Gallery is a space shared between a group of artists who are determined to cultivate opportunities in which to show work and promote in-person discussion. TGIF Gallery is run by Cait Oppermann, Yael Malka, Lauren Zaser, Ryan Oskin, Bobby Walsh, and Zoe Juarez. Featuring work by: Thomas Albdorf / Heather McKenna / Ian Delaune…

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Singapore Art Book Fair 2013

  Singapore Art Book Fair is an annual book fair specialising in contemporary art books and zines. BooksActually and HJGHER have come together to co-organise the Singapore Art Book Fair, an annual book fair specialising in contemporary art books and zines. Witness local and international publishers, distributors and retailers come together and put out a…

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Oscar Motuloh on Whiteboard Journal

Oscar Motuloh is one of the most influential figures in Indonesia’s photography and photojournalism community. In charge of ANTARA, the premiere Indonesian photojournalism gallery and agency, Motuloh has been one of the few people pushing photography as both an art form and a medium for social change. Whiteboard Journal recently sat down and talked to…

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Neptún Magazine

Neptún is a new Iceland-based print journal whose content is primarily design, architecture and the visual arts. The Icelandic arts scene is the journal’s main focus, but artists from anywhere in the world will be regularly featured in Neptún. The journal’s editorial objectives are to investigate and promote a broad spectrum of creative work, and…

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Romka Magazine #8

Romka Magazine is an independent photo publication started by Joscha Bruckert. They just announced their eight issue recently. The magazine compiles a collection of images and personal stories by photographers whether they are established, emerging, or unknown. romka #8 — The stories behind our favorite photographs Preorder for €10, free shipping worldwide: http://romkamagazine.com/ Issue 8…

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Happy Birthday, Robert Capa: #GetCloser100

Today would have been Robert Capa’s 100th birthday. Happy birthday, Robert!! Leading up to the opening of Capa in Color at ICP this January, Magnum Photos is pairing up a renowned photographer’s image with a Capa picture a day. Magnum is then encouraging you to Get Closer. Share your visual response with the hashtag #GetCloser100 on…

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Sara Cwynar's Kitsch Encyclopedia

We love Sara Cwynar. We love Blonde Art Books. They recently launched a Kickstarter together to co-publish a project that has been three years in the making. Kitsch Encyclopedia is a book project that brings together writings by Milan Kundera, Roland Barthes and Jean Baudrillard, as well as my own writing to formulate a relationship…

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GYNOLANDSCAPE at Four81

GYNOLANDSCPE, curated by Petra Collins, opens to the public this weekend at Four81 in NYC. The exhibition features more than twenty female artists ranging from ages 16-50 who are exploring themes of female, sexual agency and depiction. The work is an alternative for the abundant representation of male heterosexuality that has become the default for…

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The Tierney Fellowship 2012 at Photoville

This weekend is insane. There are two things happening around New York that you should definitely check out if you are in the city. Photoville is happening around DUMBO, while the MoMA PS1 in Long Island City is hosting the annual New York Art Book Fair. One of our friends and colleagues, Anthony Tafuro is…

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PHOTOVILLE: Artist Talks

Photoville opens on the 19th on September at Brooklyn Bridge Park with tons of exhibitions, events, and workshops. The Fence has been installed for a few months already, but here’s a list of artist talks and check out the exhibition lineup. Oh, there is also a beer garden. Friday, September 20th 2013 at 7:00pm /…

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Time Lightbox features Andrea Star Reese heartbreaking series on Indonesia’s Mental Health Facilities

Time Lightbox recently highlighted Andrea Star Reese’s work on the horrific conditions of mental health treatment. Lifted from her upcoming series, titled “Disorder” – Reese depicts a world that is unimaginable to many. Heartbreaking, revealing and acute, Reese’s observations are definitely to not be ignored. Differing figures reported by the government indicate that Indonesia has…

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Daniel Blight and the c-word

Daniel Blight, London-based photographer, curator, and editor of The Photographer’s Gallery, penned an article for The Guardian questioning the meaning and usage of the term “curator.” He not only inquires about the role of the curator in the institution and on the internet, but how historical and cultural value is determined through curating. “Knowledge is…

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