group show 49
I Love Kanye
Mitchell Barton is a 23 year old artist from Provo, Utah. He likes things like coding, photography, Oreos, and the internet. As a student at Brigham Young University, he studies art and plays various intramural sports in his spare time. Barton is interested in making images, whether they exist online, or in a physical form, that are based on things like computer generation, advertising, and entropic processes.
Laura Glabman is a retired sign painter and silk screener of 25 years and has lived on Long Island her entire life. She studied printmaking and photography in college but left school early to go into her family sign making business. Her interest in photography surfaced again when she was given her first digital camera in 2004. She has been making photographs ever since of her every day life and has been documenting her neighborhood for the last eight years with a project that is ongoing.
Patrick Gookin (b. 1983) is a photographer born in Lawrence, MA and currently working in Los Angeles, CA. He self-published his first photobook LA By Car in 2014. He has exhibited in California.
Beth Herzhaft is the greatest artist of all time (if you squint).
Emily Larsen earned her B.F.A. in Photography at the School of Visual Arts, NYC. Before fully dedicating her time to the arts she earned her B.A. in Psychology at Flagler College, FL. Emily’s enduring interest lies in the space between the human experience and reality. The intangible fuzzy cloud that allows us to continue forward as we rotate between functional ignorance and the horror of realization.
Elsa Leydier is a French Photographer currently living in Brazil. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles, France, in 2015.
Miranda Maynard has an MFA from the University of Georgia and lives in Los Angeles. Her multidisciplinary work has been shown in Miami, Chicago and throughout the southeast, and will be exhibited in New York this summer. In 2012 she was an artist-in-residence at ACRE (Artist Residency and Exhibitions). This summer she will be teaching at The Black Mountain School, an educational residency in western North Carolina developed in the style of Black Mountain College.
John Sanderson, born 1983 in New York City, is drawn to the topographically broad subject matter of the United States. His images establish a counterpoint between the documentary and poetic. Exploring the landscape in order to illustrate historic and contemporary motifs, Sanderson reveals a condensed history of the rapidly suburbanized and deindustrialized social geography unique to the United States. Compelled by the unexpected irony, humor and ephemeral qualities that are distinctly American, his work is a synthesis of people and places, rich in their ability to evince collective values and a shared history.
Craig VanDerSchaegen is a photographer and drummer living in Minneapolis.
Nick Williams was born in 1988 and currently lives in Sydney, Australia. As a self taught photographer, his work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally.