SPOTLIGHTPhotography as a Feast for the Eyes“The photographs that appear in cookbooks are rarely just about food. They are rich documents that illustrate the lives and times in which they were published. They raise questions which cut to the core of the most human of activities…feeding others and ourselves.”Read More
Photography as a Feast for the Eyes
“The photographs that appear in cookbooks are rarely just about food. They are rich documents that illustrate the lives and times in which they were published. They raise questions which cut to the core of the most human of activities…feeding others and ourselves.”
Using a photographic technique generally reserved for scientific documentation—NASA uses it on Mars—this series gives elegiac new life to discarded flowers.
Gun owners in the American Midwest use all kinds of items for target practice—including computers, books and fire extinguishers. Examining these objects reveals the deep social and political significance of this contentious pastime.
Alive Again, in Death
Striking portraits of petrified animals in the landscapes they once inhabited draw our attention to crucial issues of conservation in Africa and around the globe.
A Moveable Beast
What happens when a natural history collection—some of which hasn’t been moved in nearly 150 years—gets packed up and sent across town? The results are weird, wild and strangely beautiful.
Plumigeri: The Still Beauty and Deadly Contradictions of Taxidermy
A beautiful attempt to convey the personality and dignity exuded by stuffed bird specimens—while also wrestling with the twisted contradictions inherent in this bygone art-form.
Lives Behind the Waste
Countless stories hide behind an object which has been thrown away: the untold number of people who used it, the fathomless beautiful (and ugly! ) moments that involved its presence. Every piece of trash holds the potential for a treasure of a...
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