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Eliot Dudik: States Project: Virginia

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The LENSCRATCH States Project continues with the state of Virginia and the wonderful Virginian Guest Editor, photographer Eliot Dudik. Today we celebrate Eliot’s projects that span across not only Virginia but much of the South. A recent resident of Virginia, Eliot is well versed on the back roads of Southern towns, Southern history, and most
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Melinda Rose: Of the Rising Tide

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I had the great pleasure to meet Melinda Rose and see her work at PhotoNOLA last December. Melinda brought poignant black and white documentary work focused on the Bayou Community of Isle de Jean Charles in Lousiana. As the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, her project with be celebrated in a solo exhibition, Of
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Rob Stephenson

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Rob Stephenson is a New York based photographer who has made a name for himself over the past few decades as a documentary photographer. His work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and museums including The Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Jen Bekman Gallery, and The Museum of the City of New York. He has been awarded the Design Trust for Public Space Photo Urbanism fellowship and a 2013 NYFA Artist Fellowship and has been a darkroom resident at the Camera Club of New York. His first book, From Roof to Table, documenting the urban agriculture movement in New York City, was published in 2012. He lives in Brooklyn, NY. Today we take a closer look at Rob’s series, Myth’s of the Near Future. We were able to ask him a few questions about the passion behind this amazing work. The Space Coast of Florida is comprised of the towns surrounding Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral. When the last Space Shuttle took off from the Florida coast in 2011 a population largely defined by …
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Elena Dorfman: Empire Falling and River

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33 x 50 inches
edition of 5, 2 APThe history of artistic representation of the American landscape is grounded in the dichotomy between the sublime wilderness versus the cultivated beauty of the perfect man-made vista. Both have a powerful lure on the American psyche’s struggle for progress and the wild unknown. With that in mind, the recent conceptual landscapes by Elena Dorfman caught
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Lauren Marsolier

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French-born Lauren Marsolier lives and works in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of many awards and her images have been published internationally in such magazines as the British Journal of Photography where she was featured as one of ‘20 photographers to watch in 2013’. Her work was included in the ’31 Women in Art Photography’ 2012 selection by the Humble Art Foundation in NYC, ‘Looking at the Land’ at the RISD Museum of Art and also in the major 2013 London Exhibition ‘Landmark: The Fields of Photography’, curated by William Ewing at the Somerset House.  Recent exhibitions include solo shows at the Houston Center for Photography, Robert Koch Gallery (San Francisco) and Galerie Richard (NY and Paris). Her first monograph ‘Transition’ has recently been published by Kerber Verlag. Last November she was part of a panel discussion about contemporary landscape photography at TATE Modern in London, with fellow artists: Thomas Struth, Penelope Umbrico, Massimo Vitali and Mishka Henner.  Her work is part of many major collections including the Los Angeles County Art Museum, the …
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jotoole: Steidl interview

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Steidl interview

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