Carl Gunhouse: Not Just Boys Fun

Carl Gunhouse was born in 1976 in Boston, Massachusetts, but he spent his formative years in suburban New Jersey. Growing up, he developed a love/hate relationship with suburbia that led to the angst familiar to most suburban youth. With this unrest came the discovery of the anger and DIY ethics of hardcore punk rock. Yearning…

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Angela Datre and her boys.

New York based Editorial photographer, Angela Datre shoots a multitude of subject matter. From concerts, sports to portraits – Angela ambles between her narratives loosely and effortlessly. Datre’s images are natural, romantic and almost, to an extent, classic. In contrast to most of mainstream sports images, Datre opts for a calmer, warmer atmosphere that invites…

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Lauren Margit Jones: "; a desire"

    Lauren Margit Jones graduated from Parsons the New School for Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Lauren now resides in Queens, New York continuing her work about adolescence, sexuality and idealism.  Her work was recently exhibited at Milk Gallery in Manhattan. One of…

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Ryan Pfluger: Men I've Met

Ryan Pfluger is a Brooklyn based photographer. His work is well-respected for his naturalistic, contemplative portraits. Pfluger first published images from his ongoing series “Men I’ve Met” a few years back. Since then he has continued to shoot the men in his life, both within the studio and outside, in an interestingly ambiguous manner. The…

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Ben McNutt wrestles with boys.

Homoeroticism is embedded in physical culture. Renditions of this embedment have appeared in every art form throughout history. Greco-roman marble sculptures present us with a physically perfected male form. Classicist paintings elongate and exaggerate the male physique. This inherent eroticism in physical culture is as present in contemporary discourse as it has been centuries before…

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Joseph Wilcox: Harper High School

“Make no mistake; the students at Harper High School are different. What makes them compelling isn’t the national spotlight that recent coverage has thrown onto them, or the fact that they attend school in West Englewood, one of Chicago’s most violent south side neighborhoods. What makes them different is that despite all of this, Harper…

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