Jessica, a New York City native, worked as a public school teacher in brooklyn before pursuing photography. Since graduating for the International Center of Photography, Jessica has won numerous international awards, including the F Award for Concerned Photography, Magnum’s Inge
Black and white underwater photography by Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro.
This week’s submission post comes from London-based Jei Tootle.
London-based artist Daniel Eatock (born 1975) has a practice shaped by discovery, invention, and an alert sensitivity to coincidence and contradiction. Projects such as a set of dances to accompany car alarms, an open call for snapshots depicting camera straps
Todd Jordan was born on October 31st in Kingston, NY. After developing an infatuation with photography at a very young age he went on to receive a BFA at the School Of Visual Arts in New York City. His work
This weekend’s submission comes from Connor McNicholas and come from his series ‘I’m Not Here’.
Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1969) was a famous American photographer of German origin. He was born in Berlin on 26 January 1897, moved to Holland late 1918, and started a professional career in photography in 1934.
Masao Yamamoto – 山本昌男 (1957, Gamagori City in Aichi Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese freelance photographer known for his small photographs, which seek to individualize the photographic prints as objects.
Phillip Kalantzis Cope’s work forms this weekend’s submission post. Broadly he is interested in the aesthetic of technologies, as expressions of humanist political ontologies.
Yet in the photographs of Peter Lindbergh, you do see these extraordinary women in all their glory, without their disguises, without the ʻfrontʼ, stepping right out from behind the shiny surface they are used to showing us. Those words were
Alina Lebedeva is a Russian photographer with a distinct classical style.
This weekend’s submission comes from Isra Cubillo (1973).