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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Zora Murff: Corrections

Linn County Juvenile Detention and Diversion Services was established to provide monitoring and rehabilitation services to youths on probation. Zora J. Murff has spent the last year working in the juvenile criminal justice system, and his project, Corrections, is the product of a conversation with a youth regarding his electronic ankle monitor: “I want this thing…

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David Macias and Spain's young and unemployed

David Macias is a Spanish-born, UK-based photographer, interested in the mechanics of socioeconomic power and inequality, especially the every day representations of it. In his series Banishment, Macias photographs the giant percentage (nearly 50%) of young, unemployed Spaniards. With reasons pointing to an unstable economy, the unemployment rate has pushed those affected to leave Spain…

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Stephen K. Schuster: City Kids

Stephen K. Schuster is a Brooklyn based photographer with a gritty aesthetic. Growing up in New York, Schuster spent his youth staying up all night, chasing trains. His series “City Kids” adds another perspective to to increasingly familiar experience of growing up in New York City. While at first glance, the images may seem familiar.…

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