There are many different ways to show how the condition of now has impacted each person individually, personally and creatively. An exhibition of pandemic photography has the power to impact our culture in positive ways.
In her Poetic Space Manifesto project, Karla Guerrero’s work is highly influenced by the philosophical vanguard of Phenomenology (an approach that concentrates on the study of consciousness and the objects of direct experience), in the behavior of the gaze, the interactions of oneself between objects, spatial explorations in experiences of transience and absence: memory, loss, […]
Sarah Hadley interweaves the concept of memory with images that evoke a sense of the past, a place and a time particular to the Venice, Italy of her youth. But the idea of place is secondary to the concept of time. Time lost with a parent, time that now only exists or which can only […]
Children of Grass: Portraits of American Poetry is an enriching and visually stimulating anthology that will enchant and win over lovers of both poetry and photography. “Poems are the product of abnormal thinking. They are the weirdos at the literary banquet, because they can be difficult, and uncompromising; they don’t offer an easy in or […]
The portraits Anderson-Staley presents in On a Wet Bough are timeless, yet fleeting in the grand scope of time and humanity.
Suicide Machine : Second Edition & Special Edition This new printing is a revised second edition of the original book – a larger format with a new edit and sequence, including previously unpublished images. To read more about Dan’s book and project, see my interview with Dan Wood when we first talked about his first […]
With consideration to the short-term shift from in-person gallery exhibitions to online presentation of meaningful projects and artwork, Wobneb Magazine is happy to help spread the word for the submitted new work by Cristóbal Carretero Cassinello. Cristobal’s work has been featured in Wobneb Magazine previously, and has been awarded by Magnum Photography, and LensCulture in […]
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When viewing the work of Jonathan Higbee, I am reminded of the metaphor of theater as applied to street photography. Whichever street corner, subway station, beachfront, or billboard Higbee selects as the tableau, it feels like a magnificent theater with a diverse cast of characters performing in an unscripted play on an ever-changing stage. As […]
With consideration to the short-term shift from in-person gallery exhibitions to online presentation of meaningful projects and artwork, Wobneb Magazine is happy to help spread the word for the following show: (She) Her/Self | Randi Ganulin and Amy Jorgensen