Feature: “Con Chau” by Heather Sten

Heather Sten is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from California, Heather is known for her subtle portraiture work. Wielding a thoughtful and empathetic tone in her practice, Sten captures her subjects elegantly with a sense of peaceful stillness. “Con Chau” is a project that stemmed from Sten’s fear of losing her grandmother,…

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Journal: Crystelle Colucci

Crystelle Colucci is a photo based artist creating and working in Brooklyn, NY using the mediums of photography, collage, video and painting; her work often revolves around themes of relationships, family and intimacy. To see more of Colucci’s work, visit her website and follow her on Instagram. This journal is part of Collection: A Family,…

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Feature: “Purim” by Camilo Fuentealba

Camilo Fuentealba is a New York based street & portrait photographer. Often found to be wandering the streets of cities, Fuentealba carries his passionate eye to wherever his legs take him. Capturing playful, colourful moments — Fuentealba sees the world in high contrast. Fuentealba’s “Purim, NYC” gives us a glimpse of a private community hidden in the…

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Ryan Oskin: Dreams Catalog

We first encountered Ryan Oskin‘s work in 2013. At the time Oskin was working on a series titled “Domesti-scapes.” Oskin has continued his explorations in quirky still life images that touch on the structure of American domestic life. In his latest body of work, Oskin pushes the notion of artificiality into the expectations one may…

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Vanessa Rondon wanders at night.

The pictures in this book are photographs I made of the neighborhood I live in Brooklyn, New York. I shot these photographs between the times of 11PM to 2 AM. I made most of the images with a medium format film camera in respect to the long history of landscape photography but I mixed them…

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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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Eric Helgas: Welcome to Paradise

Eric Helgas , recently shooting a lot for The New Yorker, has always been interested in glitz and glam. There is cynicism to the kind of glam that Helgas depicts. His previous projects, “Cyber Stardom” and “Direct to You” show a harsh, ironic look to idealized body images. His bright flash reveals a certain sadness to…

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AMO Studios Kickstarter

Lintroller has collaborated with AMO Studios in the past. A great venue and an amazing group of people, AMO has been very invested in providing opportunities to emerging talents in the New York art scene for more than a few years. Last year, AMO closed their doors at their old space in Bushwick. This year,…

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The amazing Silent Barn needs your help!

Ok – so this might not be completely photography related, but a couple of us here over at Lintroller love Silent Barn so dearly. It’s a project that is very close to our heart. A DIY Mecca of multi discilplinary arts, The Silent Barn provides artists studios, music venues and many other important community engagement…

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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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Interview: Aviva Klein

Aviva Klein is a self-taught photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Klein found her career in the music industry enjoyable, but it wasn’t rewarding her in the ways she had hoped. Deciding to quit her job in entertainment marketing, she used an ex-boyfriends camera to explore photography. Alex and I sat down with Aviva…

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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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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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Interview: Robert Hickerson

Alex Thebez speaks to Robert Hickerson at his exhibition, “Debasement” at AMO Studios How did you get into the business of making art? When I was a junior in high school I decided I wanted to go to art school. I had been making films since I was 7 or 8, and was really invested in going to film…

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