SPOTLIGHTPicturing the EnvironmentIn her project “FloodZone,” Anastasia Samoylova explores the steady decay of her adopted-home of Miami, searching for a new photographic language to depict climate change.Read More
Picturing the Environment
In her project “FloodZone,” Anastasia Samoylova explores the steady decay of her adopted-home of Miami, searching for a new photographic language to depict climate change.
In “Nā́rī,” Spandita Malik collaborates with Indian women in the creation of embroidered portraits on fabric, subverting traditional ideas of artistic production and opening a space of creative freedom.
These old-school photograms are artful, abstract, mysterious, and a shocking reminder that discarded plastics will never break down naturally — art as a wake-up call.
Lewis Khan’s latest project transports him to a desert city, thousands of miles away from his London home and locally-based projects. In this unfamiliar terrain, he discovers community among...
These images start as drawings, then become temporary constructions that are photographed and then become flat again — playing with the illusion of depth and volume on a 2-dimensional picture plane.
In Gleeson Paulino’s dreamlike series, water serves as an immersive reconnection to his native Brazil, acting as a catalyst of renewal, forgiveness, encounter, and play.
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