Journal: Jessica Pettway

Nosy. 2017 Palm Tree. 2015 Banana. 2017 Carroza, I. 2017 Butt Bouquet. 2017 Pee Shower. 2017 Jessica Pettway is a photographer based in New York, focusing on still life with a colourful bent. You can find more of her work on her website and follow her on Instagram.   Facebook — Instagram

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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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Ryan Oskin: Dreams Catalog

We first encountered Ryan Oskin‘s work in 2013. At the time Oskin was working on a series titled “Domesti-scapes.” Oskin has continued his explorations in quirky still life images that touch on the structure of American domestic life. In his latest body of work, Oskin pushes the notion of artificiality into the expectations one may…

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Yael Malka : Coveted

Yael Malka is a member of one of the super hardworking New York collective, TGIF Gallery. Whether it is making personal work, organizing various collaborative efforts with other artists, or commercial work – Malka and the rest of TGIF Gallery consistently put out work at an enviable pace. Malka’s series – “Coveted” is a sequence…

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Portfolio: Alexandra Forysth

Using photography, video, and sculpture, Alexandra Forsyth explores the connection between impermanence and immortality, spirit and matter, and creation and destruction. Invested in these codependent dualities, these photographs capture and emphasize the ephemeral qualities of traditional still life symbols for time, beauty, and mortality. By reducing these placeholders to their barest representations, Forsyth’s intention is…

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Sheung Yiu: Urban / Nature

Growing up in a metropolitan city, I feel very distanced from nature. Nature has always been a rare and fragmental existence in post-industrial urban cities. I started this series as a reminder of the strangeness of living in a city. I collect facets of nature and juxtapose them next to artificial objects. This series of…

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The many layers of Jeffrey Rose's things.

Jeffrey Rose is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. In his still life work, Rose creates lens based collages that utilize different categories of artistic production: painting, sculpture, drawing, photographing. Rose uses both physical and digital methods to transform objects and spaces. An investigation in contemporary mark making practice, Rose pushes…

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Paulette Omura: Reconstructions

“In my work, I create worlds both physical and psychological, populated with the uncanny and infused with a sense of isolation, tourism, and subtle voyeurism. Within these worlds time and space are represented and interpreted.  Utilizing imagery that documents the process of decay, transient states of being are reassembled in non-linear ways. Non-linear composition becomes…

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Delaney Allen's quiet contemplation.

Delaney Allen is a photographer based in Portland, OR. Allen balances a sense of emotional skepticism with his heady, abstracted landscapes. His work is sensitive, personal and vast in its visual breadth. In his work Allen blends landscapes, textures, self portraits and often,  personal notes. A narrative of self-discovery and loneliness accompany most of Allen’s…

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Malcolm Easton: Restorations

Focusing on fragile domestic objects, I explore the aesthetics of breakage and repair. I use unconventional – often whimsical — repair techniques. Through lighting I try to emphasize the induced irregularities, the harsh edges and the missing fragments. My camera captures an impression of the current state, which is a work in progress. The piece…

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Georges Salameh sees men dream

“‘Your home will be the one where you would put your head to sleep and for a pillow one dreamgrove.” These words were pronounced by a prostitute, hosting a scared 12 years old kid. He was one of thousands of Greek survivors from the Asia Minor Catastrophe of 1922. To reach Lebanon, he walked barefoot…

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Rose Marie Cromwell has arrived

Make note of Rose Marie Cromwell. She is a Fulbright Fellow Scholar currently working between New York City and Panama, where she participated in the 1st Bienale del Sur in Panama City.  She was named one of the  25 under 25 Up and Coming American Photographers by PowerHouse Books and The Center for Documentary Studies .…

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Patricia Voulgaris: Fragments

 Patricia Voulgaris is a photographer from Long Island, NY. “Throughout Fragments, I focus on how memories become abstracted and distorted over time. When one considers the past, their memory of a certain person or place is often fragmental. However, people can remember certain distinct qualities about an individual or a particular place. Time passes, recollections…

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Michael Rudd: Whitewash

Michael Rudd is a self taught photographer. Born in Canada, Rudd lived in London and Hong Kong before settling in Brooklyn. “Dormant objects can tell a story based on demarcations or signs of use. With the series Whitewash, I examined permutations of how information is relayed or expressed in a static object or scene: A newly…

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Nick Shepard: De bekende wereld

Inspired by the paintings of Dutch masters, Portland based Nick Shepard explores contemporary life in America. Shepard’s project, De bekende wereld (The Known World) utilizes strategies that echo the aesthetics of classical paintings. Shepard focuses his attention to everyday objects and the people within his life. “The great Dutch master painters used visual beauty, emotional…

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Trey Wright's cut out aesthetic.

“I start by quickly flipping through a magazine and choosing the pieces that catch my eye because of the sources use of color, shape or pattern. I find this method of working very much in tune with how images are experienced now, through feeds and message boards—collected and stored away but without much thought to…

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