• Alan Henriksen

    The seaweed that inhabits the coastline of Maine serves as inspiration for New York photographer Alan Henriksen.  The natural element transforms into mystical shapes and seems as delicate as smoke rings yet other compositions reveal a greater surface tension that give the seaweed a hard edge.  A modest element of the oceanic landscape becomes an artifact […]

    Alan Henriksen 0 Comments November 29, 2013
  • Arne Svenson

    In his series of two dozen portraits of turn-of-the century prisoners, Arne Svenson uncovers and restores a small history of criminals.  The photographs are developed from found negatives discovered in an abandoned warehouse.  The diptychs present a mug-shot both full face and profile of criminals guilty running the gamut of petty theft and murder.  Their […]

    Arne Svenson 0 Comments November 26, 2013
  • Albert Watson

    Albert Watson is the master of transforming sleek celebrity, editorial, and fashion subjects into objects of fine art and beauty.  During a phone interview conducted before the release of 20+20, Watson recalled the tremendous pressure surrounding his photo shoot with cinema legend Alfred Hitchcock.  He recalled that “New York was always demanding perfection.  It just […]

    Albert Watson 0 Comments November 25, 2013
  • Adam Bell

    The series of inkjet prints were taken from 2009-2012 investigating the interiors of caves and grottos in North America.  In addition to his photographic practice, Adam Bell is an author and editor of The Education of a Photographer.  His writings have been published in Ahorn Magazine, foam International Photography Magazine, photo-eye, Lay Flat, and the […]

    Adam Bell 0 Comments November 23, 2013
  • Aram Jibilian

    Aram Jibilian investigates the late Arshile Gorky through the lens of the glass house, the artist’s final residence before his suicide in 1948 in his latest series of photographs Gorky and the Glass House.  An Armenian living in America in exile, Gorky’s identity was in a constant state of flux and served as a point […]

    Aram Jibilian 0 Comments November 22, 2013
  • Cornelia Hediger

    A literary term derived from the German “double-goer” the doppelgänger refers to a ghostly shadow that follows its living counterpart.  For Cornelia Hediger, the doppelgänger is a point of exploration in her self-portraits, which are large-scale photographs divided in multiple frames and then pieced together in a manner where the lines of the furniture and […]

    Cornelia Hediger 0 Comments November 22, 2013