5×5: “Momentum”

5×5 features five photographs by five photographers, usually curated around a specific subject matter. It has been a while since we posted things on a regular schedule. To start things off, let’s take a look at some of my favorite surrealists on Instagram. A platform that is increasingly becoming the go-to visual stream, Instagram flaunts…

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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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Anna Tea's effortlessly quirky fashion photographs.

Anna Tea is a young Ukrainian photographer. Tea’s photographs are predominantly fashion oriented. While the girls that she feature are beautiful, Tea’s images are definitely unusual. Quirky, lively, and colourful, Tea blends nostalgic aesthetics with contemporary playfulness. You can also see more of her work on her Tumblr.

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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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Instagram Residency Program: Colin Shields

Colin Shields is taking over our Instagram from March 1 – 14th. “Colin Shields explores facets of the ego through transformations that play with identity, gender and expression.” Shields is going to post snippets of his current portraits project on our Instagram. Make sure to follow us to keep updated with various photographers contributions 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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Michael Marcelle: "Kokomo"

Michael Marcelle is a Brooklyn based photographer who recently completed his MFA at Yale University. His ongoing series “Kokomo” is a documentation of his immediate family and his hometown. Incorporating constructed dioramas, digital manipulation, appropriated family photographs and traditional photography, the work forgoes a diaristic approach to the subject matter, and instead builds an alternate…

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