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"Fourteen" showcases work by 14 stylistically unique photographers. Placed in pairs, our photographers shoot one another forcing them out from behind the camera while highlighting the duality between model and photographer. 
Works by:Jennifer MedinaCorey OlsenDavid MosesJae KimOlivia LocherLogan JacksonDanny RocheMichael ElmquistSharon GongMolly MatalonRichard WagnerRachel WarkJordan TiberioHeather Strange
906 Broadway, Brooklyn NY

THIS FRIDAY!
APRIL 18th, 7PM
OPEN BAR
906 BROADWAY, BK, NY

come hang out with my rocks

mollymatalon:

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"Fourteen" showcases work by 14 stylistically unique photographers. Placed in pairs, our photographers shoot one another forcing them out from behind the camera while highlighting the duality between model and photographer. 

Works by:
Jennifer Medina
Corey Olsen
David Moses
Jae Kim
Olivia Locher
Logan Jackson
Danny Roche
Michael Elmquist
Sharon Gong
Molly Matalon
Richard Wagner
Rachel Wark
Jordan Tiberio
Heather Strange

906 Broadway, Brooklyn NY

THIS FRIDAY!

APRIL 18th, 7PM

OPEN BAR

906 BROADWAY, BK, NY

come hang out with my rocks


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jacobsophia:

The End
510 W. Franklin St.

cool things in baltimore

jacobsophia:

The End

510 W. Franklin St.

cool things in baltimore


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I’ve been really bad about posting, but I’m alive and keeping at it, working at Aperture, finishing work for commencement, and planning travels for this coming Fall. (Let me know of any recommendations for places to go or people to see in Israel/Belgium/Netherlands/France/Germany/Spain.) For the time being, though, it’s nice being back in New York.

Working on a small edition with MOSSLESS that’ll be done around September.

Things are different, things are busy, things are good.

I’ll be posting some new images soon.

bonerevolution:

When burning this paper flower didn’t work (because of it’s metallic coating) I took a step back and started to just play around with burning paper towels and other sheets on my scanner. I keep a sheet of glass on top of my Epson Perfection, and light things on fire at different DPI. As is the case with many of my other scans, I’m interested in the way that a scanner’s mechanics capture kinetic energy, and what to do with the potential energy of a static object placed on the surface of the scanner. The discussion of the image/obect’s potential energy is one that I haven’t developed in full, but I think has to do with semantics. Nina’s work comes to mind.

Much of this work has been play, and as I become more adept at the image making I’d to work with an engineer or programmer. My horoscope says "Is there a fixable limitation on your own ability to achieve your dream, Capricorn? Is there some handicap you could, with effort, overcome? If so, now would be an excellent time to begin." I’m wondering if the fixable limitation is learning to program the scanner, but more likely, it’s fiscal responsibility…

Much of this work has been play, and as I become more adept at the image making I’d to work with an engineer or programmer. My horoscope says "Is there a fixable limitation on your own ability to achieve your dream, Capricorn? Is there some handicap you could, with effort, overcome? If so, now would be an excellent time to begin."I’m wondering if the fixable limitation is learning to program the scanner, but more likely, it’s fiscal responsibility…

I love this work, the yellow paper ones are my favorite.

and I’m not a Capricorn, but that horoscope applies to me in more ways than one.

quickhand:

valkaruskevich:

MICA Photo does SPE 2014
L-R: Val, Tim, Nina, Aysia, Emilia, Chris, Emily, Tommy, & Hunter

i fucking love all these humans

I’m so awkward, but we are amazing.

quickhand:

valkaruskevich:

MICA Photo does SPE 2014

L-R: Val, Tim, Nina, Aysia, Emilia, Chris, Emily, Tommy, & Hunter

i fucking love all these humans

I’m so awkward, but we are amazing.


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snappedchat:

L: prompt by Nina Perlman (video still)
R: response by me

mossfull:

Ed Panar
Messing around in the studio today (haven’t technically left the house yet)

Messing around in the studio today (haven’t technically left the house yet)

Lazy Sunday

Lazy Sunday

danperlman:

Here’s a short stand-up set I did at The Stand back in November 2013. The Stand’s a great club in New York. I’ll post another video soon with different material. In the meantime, come see a show live and I’ll say some dumb things that I wouldn’t want filmed or out in the ether. 


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showspace:

FLYER OF THE WEEK

not in baltimore tomorrow night but the bahamas is the best and you should go

showspace:

FLYER OF THE WEEK

not in baltimore tomorrow night but the bahamas is the best and you should go


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prattphotography:

Photographer Thomas Roma will be speaking at the Pratt Photography Lectures Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30pm. 
DIRECTIONS
from clinton/washington G train
from main campus
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PPL is a year long lecture series presented by Pratt’s B.F.A. photography program to feature a diverse range of photographers, critics, and curators speaking about their work.

prattphotography:

Photographer Thomas Roma will be speaking at the Pratt Photography Lectures Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30pm. 

DIRECTIONS

from clinton/washington G train

from main campus

Subscribe to our Mailing List

PPL is a year long lecture series presented by Pratt’s B.F.A. photography program to feature a diverse range of photographers, critics, and curators speaking about their work.


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christopherschreck:

TONIGHT!
6-8pm

Can’t go to this tonight, but can’t wait to see the show when I get back!

christopherschreck:

TONIGHT!

6-8pm

Can’t go to this tonight, but can’t wait to see the show when I get back!


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I just bought this Tauba Auerbach clock from the thing quarterly: ISSUE 20 - TAUBA AUERBACH

I probably shouldn’t have spent the $$$ while I’m still saving up for my next body of work but whatever let’s not think about that let’s just imagine this thing hung up on my wall

I just bought this Tauba Auerbach clock from the thing quarterly:
ISSUE 20 - TAUBA AUERBACH

I probably shouldn’t have spent the $$$ while I’m still saving up for my next body of work but whatever let’s not think about that let’s just imagine this thing hung up on my wall

goodpressgallery:


MEGAN PLUNKETT AT SOPHIAJACOBMegan Plunkett, the first artist to undertake our Remote Residency last year, has a one-night show coming up at SophiaJacob in Baltimore.
'Megan will premiere a 43-minute piece, shot through reflective glass, that is at once unexpectedly tense and awkwardly intimate. Using simple devices of abstraction, Megan crystallizes and extends a moment of found action.'If in the area, we urge you to go, we wish we could. Megan is great, Sophia Jacob is a really interesting space, go!SofiaJacob510 W. Franklin StreetBaltimore, MD 21201
http://sophiajacob.comhttp://meganplunkett.com

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MEGAN PLUNKETT AT SOPHIAJACOB

Megan Plunkett, the first artist to undertake our Remote Residency last year, has a one-night show coming up at SophiaJacob in Baltimore.


'Megan will premiere a 43-minute piece, shot through reflective glass, that is at once unexpectedly tense and awkwardly intimate. Using simple devices of abstraction, Megan crystallizes and extends a moment of found action.'

If in the area, we urge you to go, we wish we could. Megan is great, Sophia Jacob is a really interesting space, go!

SofiaJacob
510 W. Franklin Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

http://sophiajacob.com
http://meganplunkett.com


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