September 23rd, 2009
September 22nd, 2009
© Amy Stein/Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City.
Roman Candle, 2008, by Amy Stein from her Domesticated exhibit at ClampArt in New York City. In Domesticated, artist Amy Stein explores the archetypal motif of man versus nature. More specifically, her photographs explore the tenuous relationship between man and animals as human civilization continues to encroach upon nature. On view until October 31 at ClampArt, 521–531 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, New York, City.
September 21st, 2009
© Stephen Gelb
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September 18th, 2009
© Andreas Jakwerth
Jakwerth shot the “Boys of Hetzendorf” story for the Austrian magazine thegap. Hetzendorf is a baroque palace in Vienna that houses a fashion school. The project focused on the male students, who are a minority at the school. Each of the students in this shot is wearing some of his creations. More images are at Jakwerth’s Web site.
September 17th, 2009
© Joseph Holmes. Photographed looking down on West 43 St. in New York in July.
Unreachable, 2009, by Thomas Allen from his Epilogue exhibit at Foley Gallery in New York City. The title of Allen’s exhibition, Epilogue, reveals that Allen is ready to give us the final word. The artist is ready to retire his x-acto blade and bid farewell to the pulp fiction genre that he has so thoroughly cut-up and mined for the last seven years. On view until October 10 at Foley Gallery, 547 W 27th Street, 5th floor, New York City.