Min Kim Park's women are out of this world.

The images featured above come from two different series from Min Kim Park: “Women Photography” and “Zummarella.” The two projects are executed using different, specific, visual tropes that ultimately investigate the same thematic thread. Through her body of work, Park is interested in the many ways that culture transform the experience of being a woman,…

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Mark Zimmerman is cautiously playful.

Mark Zimmerman is interested in the potential of both photography and performance. In his work, Zimmerman incorporates an element of playfulness to investigate the fears that emerge in modern life. In a series of constructed circumstances, Zimmerman explore the ways that pain may be inflicted, but also prevented – resulting in a certain tension within…

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Ryan Oskin's domesti-scapes

At one point in time, Ryan Oskin considered himself what traditionalists would call a “straight’ photographer. Growing increasingly unsatisfied with his work, the Brooklyn artist began considering installation and sculpture as a vehicle for his photographic work. With a touch of humor, his images are a cross section of the natural and artificial invading the…

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