Portfolio: Zak Krevitt's grainy nights.

Zak Krevitt‘s time with our Instagram account was pretty controversial. Teetering on the explicit, Krevitt is known for gritty images that brims humor, sensuality and homo eroticism. Recently having spent some time in New Orleans – Krevitt returns with new images that expands on his ongoing, diaristic body of work. Mixing a bit of typical…

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Zachariah Szabo roleplays his childhood self.

Zachariah Szabo is an artist currently based in Alexandria, VA. As a former competitive figure skater and dancer, his work explores personal identity, reference and subculture through photography, video and textile. His work has been collected privately across the US and Europe. He holds a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI…

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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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Brian Finke: Frat Boys

Brian Finke is one busy photographer. Known for his high contrast images, Finke is widely regarded for his prolific editorial work. “Frat Boys” is one of Finke’s more controversial work. Shot in 2005, the series was originally a commission for a magazine story exploring the ascendancy of frat boy fashion. Chiseled bodies drenched with sweat…

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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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Gregg Evans: A Momentary Interaction

A Momentary Interaction: For a moment I step away from the camera and look you in the eyes, unmediated by a screen. “What’s wrong?” you ask me, only a few short steps away, just beyond the warm glow of daylight. “Are you not getting what you want?” The tenor of your voice seems lower than…

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