Journal: Katelyn Kopenhaver

Katelyn Kopenhaver is a multimedia artist living in New York City, originally from Philadelphia. An alumni from the School of Visual Arts (2016) she currently works as a freelance artist and photographer. Katelyn’s work has been shown in galleries and publications in New York, Los Angeles and London. You can also find her on Instagram.

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Journal: André Viking

  André Viking’s “Family Familiar” is a series of recontextualized found family photographs. Removing these photographs from the burden of the album, Viking attempts to create a new narrative that tells a clearer story of his family. To see more of his work, visit his website and follow him on Instagram.   Facebook — Instagram

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Journal: Guanyu Xu

Supporting Character, 2017 Display Window, 2015 A Good Asian Boy, 2015 The Sun is Bright and Warm, 2014 Illumination, 2014 Representation, 2015 Sea (Lake Michigan), 2014 Blind Massage, 2015 Spectre, 2017 The Ideal Body, 2016 Positioning, 2016 Death in the Bathtub, 2014 Touch, 2016   Guanyu Xu is a Chinese artist and photographer currently based in Chicago, IL. Born in Beijing,…

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Journal: Cristina Velásquez

“La región más transparente, 2017” “Leaf-hats, 2017″ “Burger, 2017” “Sunny Day, 2017″ “Hijos del sagrado corazón, 2017” – “Pichirilo, 2017” Espanto, 2017 Mamá, 2017 Untitled, 2017 Cristina Velásquez is a Colombian artist working mainly in photography and paper weavings. The images above are from her series “Montañera.” Velásquez’s work investigates the role of representation and translation…

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Journal: Robert Hickerson

  Robert Hickerson is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Drawing from the creatures of the horror genre, Hickerson has been working primarily in self-portraiture, drawing parallels to his personal relationships. Find more of his work on his website, and on Instagram. Facebook — Tumblr — Instagram

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5×5: “Beneath Our Glory”

by Jonathan Gardenhire 5×5 features five photographs by five photographers, usually curated around a specific subject matter, selected by a guest editor. Jonathan Gardenhire is an artist and community leader whose work explores representations of race, masculinity and sexuality, most often with an emphasis on black men. Using traditional methods of photography, such as studio…

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Zac Travis: Dissolve

Zac Travis b. 1988 is a Visual Artist with a focus and background education in studio art and photography currently living and working in Texas. Much of Zac’s work primarily focus’ on the consumption and influence of digital technologies within the present day in age.

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Marisa Long

Marissa Long is an artist who lives in Arlington, Virginia. She likes photographing things that are contradictory, and objects that reveal intention missing its mark. She is also the creator and editor of the online arts publication Great Big Iceberg. The images we are featuring are part of two of Long’s projects: Cat’s Eye and…

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Ke Peng

Ke Peng is a photographer who is based in Providence, Rhode Island. [Ke Peng] is interested in the relationships between animals and human beings, and how much has been forced on and taken from animals by people. Human beings keep projecting themselves on to animals, the deducted and simplified versions of themselves, who are a…

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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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Hyounsang Yoo: Smoke and Mirrors

Hyounsang Yoo was born in Seoul, Korea. Yoo is an interdisciplinary artist who currently lives and works in Chicago, IL. His works explore relationships between history and ideas of production of reality as related to images and mass media through photography. “Smoke and Mirrors” is a compilation of works that Yoo has been working on…

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Portfolio: Alexandra Forysth

Using photography, video, and sculpture, Alexandra Forsyth explores the connection between impermanence and immortality, spirit and matter, and creation and destruction. Invested in these codependent dualities, these photographs capture and emphasize the ephemeral qualities of traditional still life symbols for time, beauty, and mortality. By reducing these placeholders to their barest representations, Forsyth’s intention is…

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Sheung Yiu: Urban / Nature

Growing up in a metropolitan city, I feel very distanced from nature. Nature has always been a rare and fragmental existence in post-industrial urban cities. I started this series as a reminder of the strangeness of living in a city. I collect facets of nature and juxtapose them next to artificial objects. This series of…

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Dan Baird-Miller tears up a scene

Fine Art Photographer, Dan Baird-Miller is based in Malden, Massachusetts. His project, Collodion Autoportrait twists the typically conservative images associated with the format into a series of images that feel almost feral. Through various manipulations – whether it is chemical, or a simple but calculated tearing of the negative – Baird-Miller avoids conventional, seductive rendering…

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Paul Batt: Service Station Portraits

“This series is part of an ongoing project documenting the self-reflective moments on the faces of individuals, at the service station below my apartment. The transitory nature of a service station means that patrons don’t arrive there as such. The customer’s intention is their immanent departure and the purpose of their arrival. This nature of…

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Jason Vaughn: hide

“hide is a project that began as a commentary on Wisconsin’s hunting tradition, using deer stands as a metaphor for the changing values of the sport. When my sudden cancer diagnosis interrupted the project, hide took on a much deeper, more personal meaning. I was inspired on my drives through Wisconsin by deer stands, and…

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