This came in from Mathew Scott recently – his series from the area around Venice Beach is definitely worth your consideration. Be sure to also check out his IG feed:
a visual journey through history. curatorial project by Renata Cherlise
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Twins, by Toni Parks (1988) As the daughter of legendary photographer Gordon Parks, Toni Parks grew up in a household where artists and literary giants were regular visitors. Her two brothers, Gordon Parks, Jr. and David Parks, became photographers earlier in life while Toni started her photographic career in her forties. She counts her father as a major influence, as well as her background as a trained composer and musician. During her most prolific years of the 1980s and 90s, Parks took her first assignments covering a theater production on Martin Luther King, Jr., documenting dancers and singers at New York City’s Lincoln Center, and exploring the streets of New York City with her camera in hand. Statues in Central Park, Harlem parade scenes, and everyday depictions of individual or group subjects comprise Parks’ early body of work, often created with the compositional advice of her father in mind.
I can’t even remember when I first met Ray Bidegain; I think because it seems like I have known him my whole life. Ray is a romantic. He is a master platinum printer, large format photographer, teacher, father, and friend. Ray prints every day. Every single day. For that, I am truly jealous. Ray has a…
I learned of John Ryan Brubaker‘s work through a mutual friend, Emma Fisher, Tamarack Artisan Foundation‘s program director. Before I even saw the work, I was taken by the process of the work. More and more these days, I’m interested in how work is made and after learning that John Ryan used acid mine drainage …
Narrative, 2014 by Timothy Hutto. Part of his series ‘Things’. Check out his site: http://www.timothyhutto.com
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I had the good fortune of interviewing Tytia this past year for Wobneb Mag — great to see the continued exposure on Lenscratch.
“Our greatest responsibility is to be good ancestors.” Jonas Salk
I had the great pleasure to meet with Tytia Habing at the Filter Photo Festival in Chicago this past October. I was familiar with Tytia’s work, but seeing her stellar prints in person brought the photographs to a whole new level of appreciation. Tytia is…
Source: Tytia Habing: The Gift