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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Matteo x Patocchi dips in an out of focus.

“I am deeply inspired by the natural and urban environments alike and am constantly experimenting through digital photography. I overlay different types of photographs from my personal archive to create uncommon, ethereal and magical atmospheres and I am really interested in the worlds within our world. My work deals with the unknown and imaginative in…

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Emily Franklin: Disclosure

This collection of images, entitled “Disclosure,” examines the continual wave of experience that contributes to the development of identity.  The moments that constitute our life experience are not as ephemeral as we tend to believe.  We relive these moments over and over, altering the details over time, filling in the gaps with the understanding gained…

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Natalie Krick: Natural Deceptions

Natalie Krick was born in Portland Oregon. Currently based in Fort Collins, Colorado, Krick has always been intensely focused on photographing women. Her ongoing project, Natural Deceptions, consists of staged portraits of the photographer and her mother. “My mother performs for my camera, for me, for you.  Her appearance and demeanor fluctuate from image to image…

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Julia Forrest's women of influence

Julia Forrest is a Brooklyn-based artist with a home-made darkroom in her apartment. Forrest creates arresting, black and white photographs of women from another world. They may be dressed like young, delicate, girls, but their gestures demonstrate great strength. Forrest’s vignettes touch upon themes of time, death, rebirth and destiny, as she constructs her scenes…

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Haylee Anne: Le peuple de la mer

Haylee Anne is a photographer currently based in Newark, New Jersey. Her series “Le peuple de la mer” feature lush, abstracted images of women in water. While the project is a little straightforward, if not literal, the resulting images are lush and rich with textural allure that invokes an eerie reminisce of death.

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Victoria Maidhof: Adventures with Patty

Victoria Maidhof is a photographer based in San Francisco. With her husband, Maidhof lives in a small beach community near San Diego. “Adventures with Patty” compiles a series of images featuring Maidhof herself and a mysterious, charming old woman, who we would assume is named Patty. Without much context to the identity of Patty, Maidhof…

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Sarah Pfohl: The Country Line Road

 Sarah Pfohl is a photographer based in Central New York. Her recent project, “The Country Line Road” features images of her mother who has lived in rural New York for 52 years. Shot in southern Madison County, New York, Pfohl’s photographs documents the vastness of the 26-acre tract of land that her family owns. Pfohl’s photographs embed her…

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