Dolly Faibyshev uncovers Palm Spring's suburban time capsule

As an American born to Russian immigrants, Dolly Faibyshev’s observation of her family’s relationship to their adopted homeland led her to the series, Palm Springs. A New York-based, self-taught photographer, Dolly began exploring the meaning of the American dream in a variety of forms. With its pockets of mid-century houses on perfectly manicured lawns, Palm Springs,…

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Carrie Levy at NCMA

Head over to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC to check out Reveal: Portraits by Carrie Levy, the solo exhibition of San Francisco based photographer, Carrie Levy. “Carrie Levy’s portraits reveal everything and nothing at the same time. This solo exhibition features photographs selected from several series Levy created over the past…

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Mika Goodfriend travels south for the winter

Mika Goodfriend’s series, Snowbirds, is a photographic documentary of Breezy Hill RV trailer park- a tightly knit community of French Québécois retirees living in the heart of Pompano Beach, Florida. Nearly 98% of the residents in Breezy Hill migrate to Florida every winter to find the comforts of their own tropical paradise. While the majority…

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Abednego Trianto's "Sugar Lord Java"

Abednego Trianto is an Indonesian photographer who spends his time between Singapore and Jakarta. His previous series, “Miniatures” and “Is Never What I Wish To See” were precious still-life that teeter the boundaries of beauty and anxiety. In his recent work, “Sugar Lord Java” Trianto traces the history of Indonesia’s colonial history. Combining collages of…

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When We Are Together

  “When We are Together” is a documentation of my contrasting personal relationships: my family in Singapore and my recent partner in New York City. The images in the series attempt to juxtapose a sense of disconnect and intimacy. Having lived alone since I was 14 years old, I spent the majority of my teen…

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Clarissa Bonet investigates the city's space

Using the city as her stage in the series City Space, Clarissa Bonet tackles the mysteries and anonymity of the urban environment and those who live within it. While the subjects in the frame are passive, their bodies become trapped by the environment around them. The Chicago based photographer stages stark narratives within various city…

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Interview: Matthew Leifheit

Interview by Lisa Gonzalez Photography by Alex Thebez Matthew Leifheit is a charming Brooklyn-based photographer and independent curator. He is kind of like a Renaissance Man who holds his time as a student at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) very close to his heart. Alex and I met up with Matthew to discuss his…

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: "The Present Tense of Space"

  Lintroller presents “The Present Tense of Space”, an open call for video based work around the theme of space, waiting and the moment in front of you. Selected videos will be shown in an exhibition curated by Olivia Gilmore and Robert Hickerson on the 26th of July. They will also be featured on Lint-Roller.com. Submissions…

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5×5: Matthew Leifheit of MATTE Magazine

5×5 features five photographs from five photographers selected by a guest editor. Matthew Leifheit recently curated a widely successful exhibition at Camera Club of New York as part of the CCNY’s curatorial residency. Titled “What You Want“, the exhibition features: Bobby Doherty, Sara Cwynar, Raphael Cohen, Thomas Albdorf and Trey Wright. For this edition of…

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Matt Black visits the Kingdom of Dust

“Rising from the remnants of what was once a vast inland sea, California’s Central Valley is an agricultural empire unparalleled in the history of the world. It’s home to America’s richest farms and generates close to $20 billion dollars’ worth of fresh food each year, nearly half of the US supply. The Central Valley is…

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Schuyler Duffy makes analog visual poetry.

Their necks all crane upwards in the crisp pacific light. The crowd had formed spontaneously on the top of a hill, at exactly 1453H. They look intently together. Suddenly self-conscious, he casts a voyeurish glance around, looking at the people looking, affirming his own place in the crowd, seeing the symmetry of hundreds of faces…

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Natalie Eichengreen's "Woman X"

Israeli born artist and photographer, Natalie Eichengreen spends her time between her home and New York. Eichengreen’s diverse portfolio consists of works documenting her time with the Israeli Defense Force, to fantastical, nostalgic nudes. Eichengreen’s recent project, aptly titled “Woman X” combines elements of performance and street art. Eichengreen collaborated with her close friends and…

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5 X 5: Chang Ming of Nope Fun

5×5 features five photographs from five photographers selected by a guest editor. Chang Ming runs a well followed blog called Nope Fun. On his website Chang Ming features interviews and images from emerging photographers all around the world. In this debut 5×5 post – Chang Ming has selected: Jared Gaustad, Thomas Spieler, Daniel O’Donnell, Justine…

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Interview: Jen Davis

Photography by Alex Thebez Interview by Lisa Gonzalez   Jen Davis is a Brooklyn based photographer who works primarily with self-portraits. Her work not only addresses the larger umbrella of beauty and body, but in a roundabout way, discusses how photography brings us to conclusions of our own appearance and desires. Jen invited us to…

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