Tag Archives: photography

HALEY JANE SAMUELSON: ANOTHER ROOM

by marissa bea The history of photography is not a long one, but for the short time that it has been with us, photos have changed the face of humans forever. From 19th century explorers, to early portraiture, to modern high fashion, photographs have become a part of our lives, and have created some of [...]

INTO THE SUNSET @ MOMA THRU 6/8

by mo riss Into the Sunset: Photography’s Image of the American West examines how photography has established and transformed the image of the West, from 1850 to the present.” This is how the curators quite simply describe what is contained in just a few small rooms on the third floor, all the way in the [...]

THE CURIOUS PHOTOGRAPHY OF THOBIAS FALDT

by greg dybec If any of you are familiar with the Swedish photographer, Thobias Fäldt, you probably know him for the peculiar scenes that he presents in his photos. When taking a look at a Fäldt photo your imagination will be doing just as much work as your eyes. What you will see in a [...]

DAY DREAMIN’ FOOL W/ CAMERA IN HAND

by alyssa coluccio Looking at Courtney Brooke’s photography is much like stepping into an alternate universe- where fairytale creatures and free spirits dance together in meadows and sip tea in the sunlight. Drawing from her New England roots, Brooke’s photos combine the quiet, rustic spirit of nature with her own dreamy, eccentric imagination. Her subjects [...]

STOCKHOLM STREET ART

by scrimax Sweden has been at peace longer than any country in the world. Maybe we should all worry a little more about putting bikinis on statues, and a little less about oil & shit.