Journal: Lucia Buricelli

Lucia Buricelli is a documentary photographer from Venice, Italy. “Bold/Gold” explores the theater of life in New York as an investigation into how people present themselves in public spaces and how they are perceived. It is a research of exhibitionism in daily life and an exploration of the excess and the oddities of the American…

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Living the Parklife with Sean Carroll

Sean Carroll has traveled to a number federal and state parks, forests, and destinations throughout the United States where the public “meets” the wilderness. Using his father’s tatered road Atlas as a reference, his journey of documenting vacationing Americans touches upon more than the desire to touch nature, but highlights the conveniences and amenities that…

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Eli Durst: Space 847

Eli Durst received a B.A. from Wesleyan University in Photography and American Studies. The mingling of Durst’s interest are clear in his work, as Durst approaches photography with an anthropological edge. Durst’s “Space 847″ acts as an exploration and documentation of the fading cineplex culture in suburban America. All of the photographs from the series…

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Andrew Williams gets lost in America.

Andrew Williams is a hard working Brooklyn based photographer. Shooting mostly in analog medium format, Williams has a sensibility that feels like it came from a different generation. While Williams is still considerably young, his interests contrast a lot of other photographers his age coming out of the New York tri-state area. Instead of confining…

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Jon Ervin investigates the boundaries of modern masculinity

Jon Ervin is a New York based photographer. Originally from Oklahoma, Ervin is currently pursuing a MFA in Photography at the School of Visual Arts. In his latest body of work, Ervin who grew up in a small town, investigates what he acknowledges as conventional notions of American masculinity. Floating between what Ervin understands to…

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