House Music by Charles Rozier is a collection of images spanning roughly thirty years of lovingly unpretentious moments focusing on the lives of his immediate and extended family. Flipping through House Music is like paging through someone’s family album, and all the images were taken by ‘Dad’, who we only see in one shadowy glimpse. The […]
Editor’s Note: Wobneb Magazine is honored to welcome this contribution by writer and criminal justice reform advocate, Chandra Bozelko. :: Readers might assume I write about prisons because I’m so passionate about conditions inside correctional facilities and injustices in the criminal legal system. I am passionate about changing these realities. I also do it because […]
Stephen Frailey’s book, Looking at Photography, was inspired by John Szarkowski’s influential book Looking at Photographs, published in 1973. While paying homage to the concept of one hundred images and one page of text for each image, Frailey takes the baton from Szarkowski and starts running his own race, albeit in the same direction. Frailey’s […]
Emeke Obanor is a Nigerian photographer whose series of portraits are featured in an article I wrote in F-Stop Magazine in June of 2020. Since that time, his work has gained more attention in international press and he has received a number of awards and grants. His series “Heroes” is centered around a group of […]
Mark Sawrie’s photos weave witty visual interplay, tongue-in-cheek juxtaposition of image titles and visual elements. His work begs the viewer to look again.
Light Work and the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University announces the Fall 2020 lineup for a new remote lecture series, The new collaboration brings together leading dynamic contemporary voices in the field of photography. S. Billie Mandle, Hannah Price, Irina Rozovsky, Lesley A. Martin and Penelope Umbrico represent a range of […]
A Photographic Project by Jessica Paullus I became aware of Jessica Paullus’ work in the past couple years, and then was suggested to get in touch with her through a third person. After Jessica and I had spoken and had some conversation about the work, I became more greatly attuned to the gravity of her project, […]
2020 Filter Photo FestivalSeptember 9th – 13th Filter Photo is pleased to announce the 12th Annual Filter Photo Festival, a multi-day celebration of photography. Due to COVID-19, this year’s Festival will take place primarily online – with a robust line-up of virtual programming, alongside hybrid physical and online exhibitions. Photography curators, collectors, and critics from […]
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, […]