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 […]
Peace in the Valley is a wonderful image collection of vignettes of the Bolivian landscape by photographer Salem Ahmed. It is a visual love affair with people, places and scenes presented in soft, colorful tones, and thoughtful compositions that create a meaningful dialog between photographer and the city of Nuestra Señora de la Paz, or […]
Now through June 11th, the curated exhibition, Disruption is being held at The Factory in Long Island City, Queens, NY. Each distinguished artist was selected based on work developed independently, for an extended period of time. Each artist uses documentary directness, humor, pathos and poetry in their images. Separately, they address the connective topics of lives interrupted, lives […]
GenderQueer — Intimate and Genuine Gender is a current topic of discussion and debate — politically, and socially. A political debate wages on in several states to decide who should use which restroom based on their assigned gender at birth, versus the gender with each person identifies themselves. Time Magazine’s cover story for March 27, 2017 is ‘Beyond He or […]
Exhibition and artist talk by Timothy Archibald – Echolilia
Surviving life and austerity on the margins Jim Mortram is a photographer from Dereham, Norfolk, UK. He has been photographing members of his community who are on the fringes of society. For the last seven years, Jim has been photographing the lives of people in his community who, through physical and mental problems and a […]
The story of a life journey, the American Dream, and what is was like for these young kids from New York to make a name for themselves.
Suicide Machine – Living in the Town with No Hope? The work of Dan Wood is probably not what you might expect from the stereotypical assumption based on the title of his project. Don’t judge a book by its cover. The title stems from a regionally publicized statistic that Bridgend, Wales was experiencing a high rate of […]