Journal: Robert Hickerson

  Robert Hickerson is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Drawing from the creatures of the horror genre, Hickerson has been working primarily in self-portraiture, drawing parallels to his personal relationships. Find more of his work on his website, and on Instagram. Facebook — Tumblr — Instagram

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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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Min Kim Park's women are out of this world.

The images featured above come from two different series from Min Kim Park: “Women Photography” and “Zummarella.” The two projects are executed using different, specific, visual tropes that ultimately investigate the same thematic thread. Through her body of work, Park is interested in the many ways that culture transform the experience of being a woman,…

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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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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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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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Anastasia Samoylova: Landscape Sublime

Russian born photographer Anastasia Samoylova is interested in the intersection between the natural world and the virtual. In her elaborate images, Samoylova deconstructs traditional, landscape photography by embedding them within highly produced, contemporary still life settings. Executed with impressive precision, Samoylova’s “Landscape Sublime” curiously bring together the natural and the artificial in a refreshing way.

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Jimmy Fike: Photographic Survey of the Wild Edible Botanicals of the North American Continent

Jimmy Fike is a photographer based in Phoenix, Arizona. His series, “Photographic survey of the wild edible botanicals of the North American Continent” compiles edible plants in the tradition scientific cataloging. Within my system the plant is excavated, arranged in the studio, photographed, then illustrated digitally in such a way as to render the edible…

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