InterviewDown by the HudsonCaleb Stein’s monochrome collection of portraits is an “ode” to the small town of Poughkeepsie, that finds its resolution in the edenic summer atmosphere of the local swimming spot. Read More
Down by the Hudson
Caleb Stein’s monochrome collection of portraits is an “ode” to the small town of Poughkeepsie, that finds its resolution in the edenic summer atmosphere of the local swimming spot.
Persistence Pays Off: Tips and Tricks for Applying to Awards & Portfolio Reviews
What are the benefits of applying to photography awards, even if you aren’t successful the first time around? An expert shares her insights into the hidden benefits of persistence, and what jurors...
Rejecting the dark tropes we usually associate with the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone, photographer Robyn Von Swank instead paints a quiet and poetic picture of the historic region and its inhabitants.
X-Ray Vision vs. Invisibility
After scouring the government’s public Internet databases, artist Noelle Mason transforms surveillance x-rays and satellite imagery into sculptural works that commentate on the lives of...
By making staged portraiture informed by psychoanalytic research, photographer Lindley Warren Mickunas creates an alternative visual reference for motherhood.
Just Like You, But Different
Drawn to the gestures and forms in old amateur photographs, photographer Fiona Struengmann highlights their compelling subject matter by chemically altering her collected images. The resulting...
Hiking for months on end through a remote archipelago in Finland, artist Anna Reivilä uses Japanese bonding techniques to create striking land art.