Stefano Marchionini

Stefano Marchionini works with the common obsession amongst many artists—blurring the line between fact and fiction. Working with archived material, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea is a surrealist series that suggests an identical end to all undesirable options. Marchionini’s Kubrick-esque photographs are reminiscent of Hixson’s work, in which both artists depend on…

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Shane Terry: Real Life

Shane Terry grew up in Smiths Falls, ON and currently lives in Toronto, ON. He studies at the University of Toronto. Shifting our focus from bodies, Terry’s “Real Life” elaborates on a similar snapshot aesthetic that we saw in Crabieres‘s work. Both working in a personal documentary mode – Terry puts his focus on the…

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Hubert Crabieres: La Pesanteur et la Grâce

A raw contrast to Whitton‘s delicately foreboding glimpse into a possible future where machinery precisely imitates what is human – Hubert Crabieres‘s “La Pesanteur et la Grâce” (Gravity and Grace) presents us with the awkward messiness of the human body. A collection of snapshots taken predominantly within private, domestic spaces, Crabieres’s photographs document shifting, uncomfortable…

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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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Jason Bergman

Jason Bergman‘s an Editorial and Portrait photographer based in New York. Bergman’s work is focused on the music scene. Bergman is prolific – working with a lot of dynamic publications, he finds himself making both photographic and video work. Always busy, Bergman wanders across the globe and uses his camera as a time machine to…

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Ada Hamza's casual spontaneity.

Ada Hamza is a Slovenian photographer who is focused on personal photo stories. She is drawn to subtle and humorous accidental placements of objects in her surroundings. Letting her intuition guide her, Hamza’s way of making images is familiar. You can find more of her work on her website and Tumblr.

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Petros Koublis: Inlands – Minor Landscapes

Petros Koublis is a Greek photographer based in Athens. The following images we are presenting are from a series entitled “Inlands: Minor Landscapes.” The contrasty, alien moments play out like a fable – individual moments that deconstruct our understanding of a space. Koublis’s photographs feel rather cinematic, both in its tone and its ability to…

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Sadie Wechsler blurs the real and the imaginary.

Sadie Wechsler is ” invested in photography as a medium capable of transfiguration, it has the ability to mimic an existence that fluctuates between tangible and imaginary states.” There is an air of mystery to Wechsler’s contrasting sequence of images. While Wechsler’s images are mostly grounded in reality, the “documentary” images from her personal life are…

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Nathan Bajar: Birth

Nathan Bajar’s series “Birth” is a fragmented exploration of his relationship with his family and friends. Gentle, muted images act as vignettes of Bajar’s personal moments, revealing a hazy, romantic vision of domesticity. To see more of his work, follow Nathan on Tumblr.

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