Feature: “Hokkaido” by Hiroyuki Ito

Hiroyuki Ito is a Japanese photographer based in New York. A frequentcontributor, covering performance-artsevents, his work can be regularly seen in the New York Times. Ito’s eyes are always wandering — capturing moments around him. A prolific artist, Hiro compiles his archive of strikingimages into books. Last year, Ito traveled across Japan, and Hokkaido was one of his stops in his journey. What brought…

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Interview: Nicotine Magazine

Nicotine Magazine is an online art and photography magazine from Art Director Lizzy Oppenheimer and Photographer Mark Lim. Small and unassuming — Nicotine has been a solid resource and creative outlet for many photographers in the last five years of its presence. Starting the year with a new, refreshed look, Nicotine is not going anywhere. We sit…

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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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Richard Perez

Richard Perez makes GIFs and photographs of the everyday. Based in Brooklyn, Perez’s images combine scenes of his family life with youthful moments he shares with his friends. A great contemporary representation of young life in the city, Perez’s photographs has a certain profound sensitivity. Intensely intimate, Perez makes us feels as if we are…

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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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Jesse Untracht-Oakner's night and day.

“The decisive moment,” what Henri Cartier-Bresson called that nano second when the event captured on film expresses the perfect alignment of form, image and significance—that’s what Jesse Untracht-Oakner strives for with his photographs. “I wait for the picture to appear, rather than force it to happen.” Jesse pays close attention to light—both natural and augmented—in…

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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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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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Julianne Nash: Unseeing

As my grandparents sit in their respective chairs, a soft golden light fills the living room through large bay windows. I know this light. It’s the same warm light that has fallen upon me for years as I spend time alongside them. Recently, my grandmother has slowly begun to lose her vision.  The more she…

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Amy Lombard: Barbie Dream House

Amy Lombard’s “Barbie Dream House” was shot inside the life-size, 26-900-square-foot “Barie Dreamhouse Experience” located in East Berlin. Funny, absurd and definitely at times, terrifying, Lombard’s photographs examine a manifestation of a pop culture iconography in a foreign, physical space. Amy Lombard was born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, PA. In 2008, she moved…

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