The many layers of Jeffrey Rose's things.

Jeffrey Rose is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. In his still life work, Rose creates lens based collages that utilize different categories of artistic production: painting, sculpture, drawing, photographing. Rose uses both physical and digital methods to transform objects and spaces. An investigation in contemporary mark making practice, Rose pushes…

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Audree Anid: Re-fractions

Audree Anid‘s upbringing provided her with a past that is fluid and varied. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Anid has roots in Lebanon and the Bronx. Currently settled in Brooklyn, New York, Anid is interested in photography’s ability to communicate her internal, emotional landscape. In her series, “Re-fractions”, Anid revisits memories in her childhood. Anid painted…

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Maciek Jasik: Bypassing the Rational

Maciek Jasik has been experimenting with portraiture since 2009. Originally from Poland, Jasik is interested in the emotional aspect of a portrait photograph, instead of the surface. In his works Jasik obscures much of the detail of his subject’s face or physical appearance. Instead, Jasik strives to capture a certain psychological drama within the people…

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Anastasia Samoylova: Landscape Sublime

Russian born photographer Anastasia Samoylova is interested in the intersection between the natural world and the virtual. In her elaborate images, Samoylova deconstructs traditional, landscape photography by embedding them within highly produced, contemporary still life settings. Executed with impressive precision, Samoylova’s “Landscape Sublime” curiously bring together the natural and the artificial in a refreshing way.

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Portfolio: David Brandon Geeting

David Brandon Geeting is a familiar name to many young contemporary photographers today, especially if they have spent any amount of time on the Internet. One of the better known photographers with a distinctive focus on still life and heavy emphasis on poppy, abstract constructions, Geeting’s work does not need too much introduction. Geeting weaves…

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Michael Marcelle: "Kokomo"

Michael Marcelle is a Brooklyn based photographer who recently completed his MFA at Yale University. His ongoing series “Kokomo” is a documentation of his immediate family and his hometown. Incorporating constructed dioramas, digital manipulation, appropriated family photographs and traditional photography, the work forgoes a diaristic approach to the subject matter, and instead builds an alternate…

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