This short from late New York fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville envisions the final moments of her guilty protagonist’s life played out on Mexico’s Day of the Dead.
Photographer Todd Hido talks about his latest body of work, premiering in its entirety for the first time at the Transformer Station and in a new monograph published on the occasion of this show by Nazraeli Press. Inspired by the artist’s upbringing in suburban Ohio, film, fiction and current events, “Excerpts From Silver Meadows” weaves […]
Sören Schuhmacher graduated with a diploma in Communication Management from the Design Akademie Berlin and studied photography at Ostkreuz Schule für Fotografie. He runs the blog Lost in Publications and works as a photographer in Berlin, Germany.
Fanny Landström is currently studying Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster, London.
Benjamin Tree is a graduate of St Andrews’ Art History department (Scotland), having studied his master’s degree there with a thesis on Eikoh Hosoe’s Kamaitachi. He has most recently been awarded a scholarship for Ph.D study. His research interests include the relationship between photography and philosophy, photographic subjectivity, performance and photography, and photography (books) of the 1950s – […]
Berenice Abbott. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman. Negative c. 1930/Distortion c. 1950 The Shaping of New Visions: Photography, Film, Photobook at MoMA through April 21, 2013 By Lew Schwartz, ASX NYC, February 2013 There are a few ways to view “New Visions,” and, unfortunately the heady text that introduces the show on the […]