Latest Features

  • Interviews

    On March 21st, 2014, the collaborative duo Nate Larson and Marni Shindleman took to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat to answer questions by In the In-Between writer Luke Shaw. This conversation began with the question: How can human intimacy can be attained through digitally mediated dialogue?

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  • Portfolios

    I exploit magazines because I like to respond to what I see every day, I don't accept the found reality. In my work I want to transfer the found photographs by very simple means into a new aesthetic context. I want to revitalize the found photographs. Like in a centrifuge I try to dissect, filter and distil the images since I can create really new identities and creatures, so that the new faces and bodies exert their effect at first sight. Similar to a modern DJ who samples different tracks...

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  • A Closer Look

    There was a moment at the turn of the century at which digital imaging technologies matured, at which the aesthetics of photo-realism ascended beyond the digital kitsch experiments of the previous decade. The mastery of digital tools spurred a re-evaluation of and insight into the photographic canon, and pictorial genres of the past began to...

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  • Interviews

    Humor, subversiveness, and satire are all words that come to mind when viewing the F series' by Spanish artist José Camara. Within the found photographs, family pictures, and images...

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  • In Motion

    For the last few years I’ve been using “installation view” photographs as sources for works examining our online encounter with art set in physical spaces. As someone who lives away from major art cities and centers, I’m drawn to the material and conceptual conditions that surround the careful composition, presentation...

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  • Features, Portfolios

    At some point it began to matter to me how I thought about Robert Frank's The Americans. To be sure, the book had for some time served as a reference for me, a kind of Strunk & White for photography...

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  • Interviews

    With so much chatter lately about the use of surveillance technologies in photography today, and with one critic even referring to it as an emergent genre of image-making, Andrew Hammerand's series The New Town both acknowledges...

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  • Interviews

    The various series' presented here by Christopher Meerdo largely reflect a counterpoint to the use of digital imaging technology to strive for the perfect and flawless picture. In his projects Anthologies and...

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  • Portfolios

    Through the Go ogle series I seek to examine the visual experience of the internet, proposing a visual means of exploring encounters with the increasingly ubiquitous screen-based landscapes through which we routinely meander. Although these...

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  • Interviews

    The images of architectural structures in Adam Ryder's Selections from the Joint Photographic Survey function as relics from a rediscovered archive of a geological and cultural survey of the Holy Land. Ryder presents these pictures as selections from an ambitious FSA-like project between two factions who occupied lands that exist now as Israel, Palestine, and Jordan...

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  • In-B/ B.D.

    Burgess Franklin Collins, born August 6, 1923, began his adult life showing a great deal of promise in the sciences. He majored in Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology, and in 1943 was drafted..

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  • Portfolios

    When examining our daily contemporary lives in western culture, one finds that there is barely a single situation that is not influenced by digital technology and communication through the World Wide Web...

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  • Interviews

    Through the arbitrary charting and graphing of visual data, Brooklyn-based artist Mark Dorf offers a poignant metaphor for the control we impose upon the physical world. His series Axiom & Simulation...

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  • In Motion

    This project investigates the idea of using computation to “use up” a piece of technology, in this case a digital camera. Using custom-written software (and a very long period of time), every possible photograph...

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  • Interviews

    Through the use of science fiction and fantasy imagery, New York artist Mary Mattingly addresses real world problems of environmental sustainability. Throughout her various photographic series, which supplement her sculptural...

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  • Interviews

    Although experimentation with the accurate depiction of reality is nothing new to the field of photography, Dutch artist Reinier Gerritsen and the seductively...

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  • A Closer Look

    Nancy Davenport's stirring photo series Apartments explores the parallels between violence sponsored by the state and violence inflicted by individual actors, the unique tension between reality and its recollection in media...

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  • In Motion

    Professional sporting events are places of intense spectacle. Athletes rise to celebrity status as they execute stunning displays of skill to the explosive adulation of audiences waiting in anticipation...

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  • In-B/ B.D.

    Henry Peach Robinson's earliest endeavors at art were highly precocious oil paintings, one of which was accepted into a prestigious gallery showing while Robinson was only 22. Although he was already fully prepared for...

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