Feature: “Con Chau” by Heather Sten

Heather Sten is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from California, Heather is known for her subtle portraiture work. Wielding a thoughtful and empathetic tone in her practice, Sten captures her subjects elegantly with a sense of peaceful stillness. “Con Chau” is a project that stemmed from Sten’s fear of losing her grandmother,…

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Journal: Nicholas Mehedin

  Nicholas Mehedin is a photographer from Lumberland, NY. His series “Remnants” is an attempt to capture the tensions between modernity and the restrictive nature of American rural life. Balancing a sense of dread with romanticized notions of country living, Mehedin put forth his struggles to reconcile his own identity with that of his family’s. To…

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Feature: “Mother, Father, Brother, Son” by Meron Menghistab

Meron Menghistab is an Eritrean-American photographer based in New York City. Working primarily in editorial, Menghistab is primarily concerned with portraiture and documentary work. A sense of community is important to Menghistab’s work, and is ever-present in his storty-telling. In “Mother, Father, Brother, Son” Menghistab is looking directly at the people around him. Tell us…

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Journal: Crystelle Colucci

Crystelle Colucci is a photo based artist creating and working in Brooklyn, NY using the mediums of photography, collage, video and painting; her work often revolves around themes of relationships, family and intimacy. To see more of Colucci’s work, visit her website and follow her on Instagram. This journal is part of Collection: A Family,…

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Journal: Ken Castaneda

Observer, San Francisco. 2017 Haji Lane, 2016 Loteria, 2017 Luchadores, 2017 Sumisión, 2017 Pulau Ubin, 2016 Ken Castaneda is an artist and photographer based in New York City. To see more of his work, you can visit his website and follow him on Instagram. To learn more about Ken, check out our interview with him. Facebook — Instagram

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Journal: Cristina Velásquez

“La región más transparente, 2017” “Leaf-hats, 2017″ “Burger, 2017” “Sunny Day, 2017″ “Hijos del sagrado corazón, 2017” – “Pichirilo, 2017” Espanto, 2017 Mamá, 2017 Untitled, 2017 Cristina Velásquez is a Colombian artist working mainly in photography and paper weavings. The images above are from her series “Montañera.” Velásquez’s work investigates the role of representation and translation…

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Journal: Peter B. Samuels

Blue Hurricane Teaser from Peter B Samuels on Vimeo.   Peter B. Samuels is a photographer and artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Peter has also recently finished a short film titled Blue Hurricane. The film follows a nameless protagonist who finds himself in the French Riviera alone. For more of Peter’s work, visit his…

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Lindley Warren is not home.

Lindley Warren is a photographer and prolific curator currently based in Iowa, United States. Taken from her personal projects: Maybe Love is Found Here, Scenes Gone By, and Like an Old Song – the images featured are bound by a sense of wandering. The photographs were made while Warren was away from home, or while…

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Yanina Boldyreva: Groping After

” People are inclined to see supernatural in all that surrounds them. But as a rule the more we are hunger for a miracle the less any wonderful and spontaneous things occurs in our life. The photos of this project comprise two approaches. The first one tells about our desire to make magic out of…

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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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