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Tag: photography

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Have you guys heard of MOPLA? MOPLA stands for Month of Photography Los Angeles, a celebration of photography during the month of April that takes the form of exhibitions, discussions, and presentations across the city. From their website: MOPLA was established and exists to advance the celebration of photography through a variety of events and […]

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I don’t know if you guys know this but the internet is vast and full of so many places… tell us some of your favorite places!  An awesome site in the massive network is the Entopic Group, an online space that features group shows and solo exhibitions by fine artists…. like us! This month If/And/Or, […]

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(Our friend Ward Long is guestblogger-in-residence on ACO. Let’s hear it for WARD!) Photographers go out looking for things, and sometimes those things look back. Ed Panar’s Animals That Saw Me is a collection of staring cows, glancing dogs and a menagerie of seeing animals. It’s one of the funniest photo books of the year, […]

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  Gilda and I are so so very excited to announce our new collaborative project: IF / AND / OR For this exhibition, we selected phrases from a variety of sources on subjects such as time, space, color, and distance and proceeded to make images based off those sentences. We are interested in the conjugate […]

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This Monday morning interview features the awesome Jojo Li!   Her use of cutouts was the first thing I noticed – I felt myself moving in and out of the dimensions of spaces that she had created using patterns, shapes and optical illusions. Her work is an optical treat and I highly suggest checking out her […]

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I am so happy to share this interview with Diana Scherer with you. When I came across her images, I was completely blown away and had a great time exploring her site and learning more about her work. Her archive is filled with a range of subjects from people to plants – all intriguing and […]

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Shane Lavalette is a photographer currently working and living in Somerville, MA. He is also the publisher and editor of Lay Flat, an “an independent imprint that specializes in unique, small-run and limited edition photography books and multiples” in addition to an annual magazine that focuses on contemporary photography. Shane also has an insightful online journal to which […]

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One day I was browsing the internet and came across Klaus Pichler.  (My heart stopped) The end.  But really, I went to his website and was completely blown away by his images.  They are stark yet funny and somehow just everything fades away and you are totally engaged.  He really had me at Skeletons in […]