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Pamela Pecchio received her MFA from Yale University, where she was awarded the Welling Prize. She has exhibited across the US, and in China and Europe. Her New York exhibitions have been reviewed in the New Yorker and the Village Voice. She has two books, eight, an artist’s book published by Nexus Press, and 509, a monograph published by Daniel 13 Press. Permanent collections include the Yale University Art Museum, the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Pecchio is represented by Daniel Cooney Gallery in New York.
Aaron Hegert was born in 1982 and lives /works in Los Angeles.
Harold Diaz is a self-taught collage and photographic artist who currently resides in Vermont. His work explores a variety of concepts, including transcendence, the unknown, male stereotypes and queer identity. Harold’s collages have been exhibited internationally in Italy, Germany, the UK and the US. Images from his collage series “Gradations: An Archive” were selected for the UK 2015 Format International Photography Festival. Publications include Gestalten’s The Age of Collage and both print and online features worldwide.
Hannah Karsen received her BFA in Art and BA in Art History in 2012 from Chapman University. Currently, she is a MFA Candidate at the University of California, Riverside. Forthcoming and recent exhibitions of her work include the UCLA New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, The Situation Room, Los Angeles, ForYourArt, Los Angeles, and Blue Sky Gallery, Portland.
Kinga Pinkstonowa is a self-taught analogue photographer, based in Cracow, Poland. Her education background is Journalism and Culture Studies. She mainly interested in New Document but also portrait and landscape photography searching for environmental impact on human
Lucas Blalock is a photographer living in Brooklyn, NY. He attended Bard College (BA, 2001), The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2011), and UCLA (MFA, 2013), and has exhibited his pictures internationally at venues including the Dallas Museum of Art and MoMA PD1. He has recently had solo exhibitions at Ramiken Crucible (New York), White Cube (London), and Peder Lund (Oslo). Blalock's work has been featured in the New York Time, The New Yorker, Frieze, Mousse, FOAM, Aperture, and Daylight among others. In 2013 he release his third artist book titled WINDOWS MIRRORS TABLETOPS, which is available from Morel Books.
Dalia Amara is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York with a practice based in photography. She received her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and her BFA from Columbia College Chicago. Her work uses the domestic space and notions of home as a staging ground for the psychological associations of memories and experiences. Her work has been featured in Paper Journal, The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale, Latent Image, Der Greif, and YET Magazine.
Danielle Ezzo is a photo-based artist interested in the mechanisms that create the photographic experience. In the past, her work has explored the philosophical and historical underpinnings of 19th century process and nostalgia in contemporary culture. Currently, her work explores the process of digital retouching. To her, the process of image-making itself is as exciting as the photograph's evidential components.
Sergey Porteryaev was born in Ekaterinburg in 1988. He graduated in 2010 Ural Federal University. Engaged in documentary photography and multimedia. Lives and works in Ekaterinburg. Member of the Union of Photographers of Russia since 2010. His work has been exhibited in Russia, Lithuania, South Africa, Malaysia, Australia, Switzerland, Romania, UK, Bulgaria, Italy, Guatemala, China, Slovakia, Austria, Netherlands.
Vikky Wilkes is an independent documentary photographer based in Canberra, Australia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in 1998 and specialises in short and long-term documentary projects. Her work has been selected for the National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPG, Canberra), the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award, the Olive Cotton Award among others. She has exhibited nationally and overseas.
Nate "Igor" Smith is a photographer living in Brooklyn, NY. In 2008, he started carrying a point and shoot 35mm camera with him everywhere. Since then he has been documenting insane life on film.
Cole Don Kelley is a photographer born, raised and based in Paris, Texas who is currently working towards his MFA at the Yale School of Art.
Eiffel Chong graduated with an MA in International Contemporary Art and Design Practice from the University of East London and a BA (Hons) in Photography from London College of Printing. Chong is highly engaged with the Malaysian photographic community; taking on the role of mentor for the Goethe Institut Malaysia/Nikon Shooting Stars programme and Exposure+ Workshop. In addition, I have been appointed to the panel of judges for the Kuala Lumpur Photography Awards 2013 and 2010/2011 Annual Nikon Photo Awards, Malaysia.
Hollis Johnson (b. 1993) grew up in southern New Hampshire and is currently stretched between Boston and NYC. He received his BFA in Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work investigates the oddities of the modern experience of man with a certain degree of wry humor - not too much, though.
Ernest Winczyk is a freelance photographer and visual artist based in Warsaw, Poland. His personal works he is interested in anthropology of things and the integration of design in their functions.
Jason and Jesse Pearson were born in rural Minnesota. They completed BFA degrees in photography at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN (2002). Jesse completed an MFA in photography at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque (2006), and Jason completed an MFA in photography at Syracuse University, NY (2007).
Fábio M. Roque (b. 1985) is a photographer born in Lisbon and based in Sintra, Portugal. He studied photography at I.P.F. (Portuguese Institute of Photography), Lisbon between 2004 and 2007, later He then attended the workshops of History of Photography Contemporary at Ar.Co., 2010, and Photojournalism in MEF, 2013.
Louise Fago-Ruskin is an artist, writer and lecturer in Photography. Committed to exposures of the psyche, her camera is deployed as a tool by which the unconscious may be unlocked, thus enabling significant emotional and mental shifts. Louise's work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in group shows such as The Hyeres Festival of Fashion and Photography, Arles Photography Open Salon, Parallax and La Galleria Sakura. Works have also been nominated for a variety of awards including “Foam- What's Next: A Search into the Future of Photography”.
Chris Bentley is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker. His work has been exhibited at the Photographic Resource Center, hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK, and the Griffin Museum of Photography. His photographs have been featured in the books, “The Exposure Project: Book 4” and “My Own Wilderness,” as well as the publications From Here On (Ain’t Bad Editions), 3200K Quarterly and Incandescent Magazine. In addition, his images have been featured extensively online, including Flakphoto, Humble Arts Foundation, ARTmostfierce, and Unless You Will.
Dante Guthrie is a photographer born and raised in Calgary, currently living in Toronto, Canada. He shoots mainly film, most often black and white, and does the developing and printing at home. Constantly experimenting with different cameras and film techniques, he is always trying to abstract the image in different ways. He has recently begun to show work last year in Toronto and abroad, and will be attending Concordia University in Montreal this coming year to study photography.
Stephen Burke (b.1989) is a photographic artist living and working in Birmingham, UK. His work explores the relationship between people and place, and how our social and physical environments can have a determining effect on who we are and how we live our lives.
Kostya Smolyaninov was born in Lviv Ukraine and has exhibited in many solo and group shows in Ukraine, Poland, Spain, Russia. Smolyaninov also published the 2014 photo book Street Theography.
Gabriel Jones photographed ARCADE FIRE’S album cover “The Suburbs” in collaboration with ARCADE FIRE as well as art director Vincent Morisset and designer Caroline Robert. (GRAMMY AWARD for best Album Packaging, 2012; selected in AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY AI-AP Award, 2011) Jones also created The Pseudonym Project New York / Paris. He invited a series of established and emerging artists, such as Robert Barry, Liam Gillick, Fouad Bouchoucha and Melanie Bonajo & Joseph Marzolla and Jonathan Monk to create new pieces under pseudonyms. The real names where disclosed at the end of the exhibition. Jones lives and works in Paris. He is represented by Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Dusseldorf (Germany)
Adam Ryder lives and works between Washington D.C. and Brooklyn, NY and has been the recipient of the Hamiltonian Gallery Fellowship and an artist Residency from the Center for Land Use Interpretation.
Nicolas Turlais is a 25 year old photographer living and working in Paris. His work as been presented in various shows such as the International Exhibition of Pinhole Photography in Barcelona in June 2012 and at “La Fin du Monde” at Le Bourget from december 2012 to february 2013 and was also published in Romka Magazine.
Pavel Maria Smejkal, DM, MA, born in 1957 in Czechoslovakia. Graduated at the Veterinary University, Kosice, 1983 and Institute of Creative Photography at Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic, 2009 (MA). Free-lance photographer, curator, lecturer. A chairman of a non-profit association PhotoART Centrum. Pavel is Interested in visual language, the question of truth, manipulative character of photography, new media and historical archives, working on international culture projects.
Karl Baden's photographs have been exhibited and published in a number of venues throughout the U.S. and Europe. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim Museum, NYC, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and various other fancy-schmancy institutions. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Massachusetts Cultural Council and Artists Foundation. “How did I Get Here?”, from Light Work Visual Studies, and "Work from two Bodies", from Blue Sky Books, are publications of Baden's work.
David Lykes Keenan grew up in Michigan and North Carolina. He has been photographing on and off since the late 1960s after being presented with a clunky East German camera as a teenager. His first book, a monograph of my street photography entitled FAIR WITNESS, was published recently.
Mark Page is an artist and social documentary cardboard photographer based in Manchester UK.
Lorena Endara (b. 1984, Panama City, Panama) became interested in photography at the age of seventeen and has been practicing ever since. Her artwork belongs to both private and public collections and has been exhibited throughout the world, in countries such as Poland, Brazil, Mexico, and Italy. Lorena has participated in several residency programs, including the Guapamacataro Interdisciplinary Residency in Art and Ecology and the First International Encounter for Public Interventions in Quito, Ecuador. She has also received several awards and honorable mentions for her photography, from organizations such as IILA-Fotografia, the Banff Center, and Daylight Magazine and the Center for Documentary Studies. For 4 years, Lorena served as the director of Cambio Creativo, a community arts program in Coco Solo, Colon. She is currently based out of Los Angeles, CA where she teaches and creates multimedia art.
Everything Is Collective (EIC) is a contemporary arts collaborative operating at the ragged edges of culture and consciousness. The collective was founded in 2013 by Jason Lukas, Zachary Norman, and Aaron Hegert.
Victor Cobo was born in 1971 to a Spanish mother and an American father. His autobiographical pieces explore the shadows of life while unearthing secrets through sometimes lurid and playful melodramas. Most obvious are themes relating to escapism, alter-ego, longing, mortality and the human condition. His photographs are noted for their psychological penetration, and for their often discomforting examination of uncertainty and inexpressible fears.
Wawrzyniec Kolbusz engages with the topics of simulation, substitution and reference as applied to the phenomenon of how the imagery itself tantalises the viewer. His artistic interest revolves around the hidden or generally unrealised patterns of social, cultural and political behaviour, approached from the conceptual angle. He often uses the aesthetics and minimalistic language of documentary photography to communicate. His works are marked by ambiguity and the relationship between medium and politics. Lives and works in Warsaw.
Emily Kinni received her BFA in Photography at Parsons the New School of Design in 2011. Upon graduating she was awarded the Tierney Fellowship in June of 2011, which aided her in the progress of a body of work entitled, Where Death Dies. Kinni has been exhibited in New York as well as internationally in both solo and group shows and has been featured in multiple published works. Her work has taken her to many parts of the United States, including prisons, love hotels, cowboy churches, and drive thru wedding chapels.
Shane Rocheleau was born in Falmouth, Massachussetts in 1977. He received his BA (1999) in Psychology and English from St. Michael’s College in Vermont, a Post-Baccalaureate Cerificate (2005) in Fine Art from Maryland Institute College of Art, and his MFA (2007) in Photography and Film from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He has taught photography as an Assistant Professor of Art at St. Norbert College in Wisconsin and presently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at both VCU and Old Dominion University. His films have been screened nationally and his photography has been published and exhibited both nationally and internationally.