tinyvices is incredibly good. erwin wurmy.
Sometimes these just become shots of people getting older (the dog is the most obvious of these), and other times they show us that other things have changed as well, and interrogate our different societal assumptions as well. BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 (2011) : Irina Werning – Photographer. Millee Tibbs has some related work, [...]
Nan Goldin’s recipe for her current show at Matthew Marks – pairing personal photos with works of art she photographed at the Louvre – sounds pat, privileged and self-luxurious. But it transcends. The resonance between the images, while obvious, puts me in that quiet awed state I have recently decided may be what clement greenberg [...]
oooooooh laura larson is tricky, she is. thank you. loving the oh shit is that something caught in my eye, on my sunglasses, or out in the world feeling. and she did it with exposure and controlling natural light. good on ye, sister! Sleight of Hand Peter Davis, Laura Larson, Cindy Workman. wtf is fwix? [...]
Sandra Torralba brings us Estranged Sex. Like whimsy sex but darker… “Estranged” refers to someone or something who was formerly close and no longer is. With a broad and holistic understanding of sexuality and sex and after years of honest and stark introspection and reflection upon existence and society begins “Estranged Sex”: a work about [...]
Jeff Barnett-Winsby is an amazing photographer who singlehandely salvaged my curiosity for art photography. I wouldn’t even stop to look at photos in shows until his work made me realize there is tons more we can get from photography. I realize that is an obvious and idiotic statement, but I am a lowbrow modernist with [...]
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