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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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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Rachel Stern: Untitled Studio Works

Rachel Stern is an artist and photographer currently living in Providence, Rhodes Island. Stern sees her work as an “escapist fantasy.” Entirely shot in camera, Stern’s work shies away from the trend of digital collage. The act of curating everyday objects to create a realm of opulent, bigger than life, paradise contributes to Stern’s drive…

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Robert Hickerson's JOAN at AMO Studios

One of our contributors, dear friend, and collective member, Robert Hickerson is presenting his new work at AMO Studios next week. A short run event, the exhibition will expand on a body of work that Robert has been working on since his 2012 show, Debasement. The show will definitely be great, and unmissable. Full press…

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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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Marilène Coolens & Lisa De Boeck: The Umbilical Vein

Marilène Coolens & Lisa De Boeck are a mother and daughter team that have been making photographs together since 1990. The series Umbilical Vein, is a documentation of De Boeck’s childhood by her mother, Coolens. De Boeck’s theatrical impulses are recorded as she matures. In Coolens’s photographs, De Boeck tries on different personae as she…

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