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Photographer Karla Guerrero – Poetic Space Manifesto

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, […]

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Announcement Photographer

Suicide Machine by Dan Wood – New Printing Available

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is a revised second edition of the original book – a larger format with a new edit and sequence, including previously unpublished images.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 […]

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Photographer Submission

New work by Cristóbal Carretero Cassinello – Surrealist Analogies

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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Featured photographer – Parker Reinecker

Parker James Reinecker is a Street / Documentary Photographer, Writer and Educator based in North Carolina. He is currently working in Northern Georgia, Northeastern Pennsylvania, and the American Southwest. Growing up in coal country, Scranton Pennsylvania, with a bar and a church on every corner, his work touches on the experience and struggle of growing up […]

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Sarah Belclaire – Ophelia Risen from the Lake

Sarah Belclaire – Ophelia Risen from the Lake. A photographic exploration of recovery and healing.

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Interview Photographer

Featured photographer Rachael Banks

Rachael Banks is a photographer from Louisville, Kentucky, and is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Northern Kentucky University. In a recent issue of F-Stop Magazine, I was fortunate to interview her and feature her work in the thematic context of animals  – while acknowledging her work focuses primarily on family dynamics, relationships, and nostalgia. […]

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Arthur Fields – Seen and Heard: Evidence of a unique personal experience

Arthur Fields is a photographer from Texas, currently living in Vincennes, Indiana where he is an Assistant Professor of Art at Vincennes University.  He currently teaches courses in traditional analog photography as well as digital imaging.  He also serves as the director of VU’s Shircliff Gallery of Art. Fields’ latest artistic research is based on […]

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Book Review Photographer

Seeing Deeply – A Retrospective by Dawoud Bey

Dawoud Bey: Seeing Deeply offers a forty-year retrospective of the celebrated photographer’s work, from his early street photography in Harlem to his current images of Harlem gentrification. Photographs from all of Bey’s major projects are presented in chronological sequence, allowing viewers to see how the collective body of portraits and recent landscapes create an unparalleled historical […]

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Book Review Photographer

Solargraphs by Al Brydon – A conversation with the Sun

A new book, Solargraphs by Al Brydon is available from JW Editions. Brydon’s understated approach to making engaging images is disarming. There is a beautiful serendipity that comes out of his seemingly casual method for making work. He makes it look easy, but make no mistake Brydon has been steadfast for decades in making photographic […]

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Taking Sides: Berlin and the Wall, 1974 – by Sven Martson

In 1974, Sven Martson traveled to West Berlin. It was a bright island of liberty surrounded by a dull gray wall. Fascinated by such an untenable design, he sought to record in photographs what might be found on either side of that historic divide.