Marisa Long

Marissa Long is an artist who lives in Arlington, Virginia. She likes photographing things that are contradictory, and objects that reveal intention missing its mark. She is also the creator and editor of the online arts publication Great Big Iceberg. The images we are featuring are part of two of Long’s projects: Cat’s Eye and…

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Nico Krijno is stuck between photography and painting

Nico Krijno is a South African photographer who has an affinity for fruit and building sculptures. His technique of flattening three-dimensional subjects touches upon the nature of painting- creating two-dimensional representations of objects. As much as we may hope for photography’s advantage of perfect representation, it finds itself between the two-dimensions of painting and illustration…

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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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Ina Jang's nearly faceless world

What Ina Jang removes from her photographs may be just as important as what she keeps in. The Seoul-born, Brooklyn-based photographer has been very busy since graduating from SVA’s BFA photography program in 2010- Tokyo Photo, Foam Talent, Flash Forward, and Hyères Festival in 2011. In 2012 she completed her MPS in the graduate fashion…

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