Mark Rubenstein's mysterious, beautiful women.

Mark Rubenstein is a Los Angeles based photographer. Rubenstein’s works combine portraiture and landscape imagery to phenomenal effect. Foggy, bluish, otherworldly light touches his subjects, whether it is unnamed women or the vast wilderness. Natural, existing light seems to be present in Rubenstein’s photographs – however, he bends it to expertly create images that feel…

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Daniel Smith: Corpus

Daniel Smith is a fine art photographer who is interested in the ways in which history and civilization annihilate individual identity. “A “corpus” is a body. It can also refer to a collection of utterances which says something about their speaker. Linguists analyze the words and other signifiers in corpora to understand the identities of…

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5×5: "Women Reclaiming Their Bodies" by Lindley Warren

 Lindley Warren is the online curator for The Photographic Dictionary, The Ones We Love, and Flourish Flori. She is currently working on an online platform to highlight fine arts being made in her home state.    “Artists such as Carolee Schneemann, Hannah Wilke, Gina Pane, Yayoi Kusama, and others performed before audiences and cameras, often…

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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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Maciek Jasik: Bypassing the Rational

Maciek Jasik has been experimenting with portraiture since 2009. Originally from Poland, Jasik is interested in the emotional aspect of a portrait photograph, instead of the surface. In his works Jasik obscures much of the detail of his subject’s face or physical appearance. Instead, Jasik strives to capture a certain psychological drama within the people…

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