1. Joel Meyerowitz

    Joel Meyerowitz

     

     joel meyerowitz 

  2. Joel Meyerowitz

    Joel Meyerowitz

     

     joel meyerowitz 

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  4. contemporaryartdaily:

Sigmar Polke at MoMA
     
  5. blastedheath:

Charles Spencelayh (British, 1865-1958), The Burning Zeppelin, September 3rd 1916. Oil on canvasboard, 11 x 8 in.

    blastedheath:

    Charles Spencelayh (British, 1865-1958), The Burning Zeppelin, September 3rd 1916. Oil on canvasboard, 11 x 8 in.

    (via jesuisperdu)

     
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     orange juice 

  7. Sonja Thomsen
     

     Sonja Thomsen  contemporary art  contemporary photography  fine art  fine art photography  photography  construct 

  8. Juliana Beasley

    Juliana Beasley

     

     Juliana Beasley  photography 

  9. oranbeg:

    Oranbeg Inquires: Ben McNutt 

    Where are you from/where are you currently residing? 

    I grew up on a hobby farm in Lexington, Kentucky. I currently live in Baltimore, MD. 

    What is the work you are currently focusing on? 

    I’m continually focusing on the theme of wrestling but recently I have started introducing new mediums and methods of presenting that play or even circumvent photography altogether. I’ve been toying around with computer modeling, printing photographs onto fabrics, and 3D printing. The project is constantly changing and evolving alongside the amount of work I have and my different approaches to the idea of wrestling. 

    What is your opinion on the current state of photography, particularly on the photobook? 

    The photobook is being taken seriously, and it’s exciting. Books present an availability and audience that can be limiting in other ways of showing work. This is true as with the internet too. The internet presents this overwhelming ability to share and communicate with photographers and audiences that I otherwise would not be able to take advantage of. Although it’s scary, I can’t help but be enthusiastic with the options and possibilities that is possible with photography today. 

    Favorite Photo Blog?

    Lintroller, Matte Magazine, Searching for the Light

    Favorite Photobook? 

    The Black Eye by Michal ChelbinWinckelmann’s Knife by LMPhotoproject

    Oranbeg Inquires is a series of informal interviews with the artists that have participated in Oranbeg’s Interleaves, Books and the NET exhibitions. Ben was in a NET.

    **Send in a submission for Beta deadline June 23!

     
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