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The Work of Christaan Felber

Christaan Felber is a lifestyle photographer based in New York, New York. Felber takes photographs timed to catch a subject when it is most itself.

Scene Report: Bay Area

Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. 

Brendan Monroe's “Mammatus” in Tokyo

Brendan Monroe recently opened a new exhibition at Curator's Cube in Tokyo featuring a mix of drawings, paintings and ceramic sculptures.

Jason Taylor's Atlantic Underwater Museum

Working in partnership with The Cabildo of Lanzarote, Jason deCaires Taylor constructed the first underwater contemporary art museum in the Atlantic Ocean and Europe.

Patrick Martinez's All Season Portfolio

Patrick Martinez is a son of Los Angeles. His diverse cultural background (Filipino, Mexican, and Native American) provides him a unique lens through which to view and interpret his surroundings.

Raymond Pettibon: The Pen For These Times

Running like an open wound along the razor’s edge between utter despair and blind rage, Raymond Pettibon has come to define alienation with such profound pathos and poetics that, for many, his art makes us feel just a bit less alone in our loneliness.

Guido Van Helten for Bodega Solar de Samaniego Laguardia in Spain

Australian artist Guido Van Helten has made a name for himself by creating larger than life, photorealistic black and white portraiture murals.

Carl Krull "Sediment" @ Format Artspace

After years of creating almost exclusively monochromatic works, Danish artist Carl Krull will be introducing his first color-infused body of work in years at Format Artspace on the 20th of January.

After Party: Collective Dance and Individual Gymnastics

Currently on display at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong is a group exhibition curated by Leo Li Chen entitled After Party: Collective Dance and Individual Gymnastics.

Classic Photographs Los Angeles

Gitterman Gallery is presenting a two-night exhibition entitled Classic Photographs Los Angeles, this Saturday, January 21 hosted at Bonhams on Sunset Boulevard.

A look inside Henry Wessel "Traffic/Sunset Park/Continental Divide"

Henry Wessel still works the material, shooting film, and processing and printing in a darkroom. He enjoys taking pictures fast under the Western light and says that he never works with a project in mind but, instead, they evolve organically.

A look inside Jim Goldberg's "The Last Son"

Through the years, all of Jim Goldberg’s publishing endeavors have been worthy of attention, dating back to his seminal and highly collectable 1995 title Raised by Wolves.

Scene Report: Tokyo

Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers.

Kahbahblooom: The Art and Storytelling of Ed Emberley

And among other things that this beautiful short documentary the Worcester Art Museum commissioned Todd Mazer to create shows is that Ed is just as wonderful a guy as you'd hope.

Raised by Wolves video

Shared online in 2012, this short film shows stills from Jim Goldberg's renowned book Raised by Wolves, alongside moving images and sound.

The work of Birthe Piontek

Birthe Piontek is a visual artist living in Vancouver BC, Canada. Originally from Germany, she moved to Canada in 2005 after receiving her MFA from the University of Essen in Communication Design and Photography.

A look inside Ken Price's "A Survey of Scultpures and Drawings"

“Its purpose is strictly for pleasure. Its meaning is open to personal interpretation. I don’t think you need any instruction about how to appreciate it,” are how the iconic artist Ken Price once described his work.

Brian Willmont @ Guerrero Gallery

On January 14th Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco will be opening a solo show by Brian Willmont.

Scene report: New York

Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers.

Ed Emberley: The Kids Are All Right

From his home in Ipswich, Massachusetts and for nearly sixty years, Ed Emberley has been turning out books for children.