something wild coming not from the mind."
— Dmitri Poltavski, a photographer and graphic artist residing in Chita, Russia.
’s super-saturated staged color photographs sometimes test the limits of conceptual whimsy, while her hand-written texts alter between insight and syrupy solipsism.
Amidst bewildering shadows and swirling fictions, we push forward, day by day — an artful look at our internal effort to carry on.
Examining the lasting influence of four of Japan's greatest photography masters—and three fascinating contemporary practitioners, who are utilizing diverse techniques such as daguerreotype and more.