By sight and observation and thought, with the help of the camera, and the addition of the date of the year, we can hold fast the history of the world. – August Sander
Matthew Brandt’s artist website here.
Matthew Brandt, Wilma Lake CA 1, c-print soaked in Wilma Lake water 2008.
Matthew Brandt, Alcova Reservoir WY 2, c-print soaked in Alcova Reservoir water 2008.
“If experimenting with the processing and surfaces of photographic prints seems like a relic in the digital age, it’s far from it. If anything, today’s predominance of screen-only interaction has made the importance of the photo as object more beguiling to both emerging and established photographers.” – Lori Fredrickson from American Photo. Read more about this series here.
Nancy Rubins, Our Friend Fluid Metal 2014 @ Gagosian Gallery, West 21st.
Alex Isreals, Lens 2013. Part of Still Life @ Nahmad Contemporary.
Nir Hod, Once Everything Was Much Better Even the Future 2013 @ Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Instagram booth at Photoville.
JMR @ Woodward Gallery.
Paul Graham, from exhibition “Does Yellow Run Forever?” at Pace Gallery.
Jacob Hashimoto, Skyfarm Fortress 2014 @ Mary Boone Gallery.
Jacob Hashimoto, detail from exhibition @ Mary Boone Gallery.
Louise Lawler, Triangle (adjusted to fit) on the Highline.
Michelle Rawlings’ artist website here.
Michelle Rawlings, Yearbook Tapestry 2011.
Michelle Rawlings, (self-portrait) 2014.
Michelle Rawlings, Naomi Campbell 2012.
MIchelle Rawlings, Digi-collage 2013.
Michelle Rawlings, LIght Blue 2014.
Watch Michelle Rawlings, Artmaking, HD transfer of 16mm ektachrome film, 7 min., 2012 here
and view her collection of rainbows here.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Lightning Fields 168, 2009.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Lightning Fields 220, 2009.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Last Supper (Acts of God) 1999/2012
Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Last Supper (Acts of God) 1999/2012 (detail view)
Roxy Paine, Facade/Billboard 2010.
Roxy Paine, One Hundred Foot Line 2010.
Roxy Paine, Neuron 2010.
See more work by Roxy Paine here.