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Laura Krasnow is a New York- based artist whose work blurs the lines between art, science and technology. Via the medium of photography she constructs recollections of time and placeforcing the viewer…
Delilah Jones is a mixed media collage artist, photographer and poet from Queens, New York. Delilah received a BFA in Photography in 2009 from the State University of New York at New Paltz. Since…
Meryl Meisler is a New York-based documentary photographer whose work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Historical Society, Dia Art Foundation, MASS MoCA, the New Museum for…
Jeannette LaPointe is a New York-based artist who lives and works in New York’s Hudson Valley. She received her BFA in photography from the State University of New York at New Paltz in 2017. Her series of work titled Heart Street, a photographic exploration of the residents of a rehabilitation home in Kingston, NY, was recently exhibited at the Samual Dorsky Museum of Art. She has also shown at the Troy Center of Photography outside of Albany and Artbar in Kingston, New York. She is a recipient of the Traverso scholarship grant from SUNY New Paltz in 2017. All images courtesy of the artist       
Alison Kudlow is a New York-based artist whose multi-displinary practice explores how materiality impacts our experience of light.
Danilda Izquierdo is a New York-based photographer and artist who explores ideas related to social perception and feminity. Danilda received a Bachelor’s Degree in International Marketing from Baruch College and an Associates Degree in Commercial Photography from LaGuardia Collage. All images courtesy of the artist  
Ventiko is a conceptual artist who constructs photographic narratives and public interventions that speak to the idea of performed identity. Venitko’s works have been exhibited and experienced internationally including at the Korean International Art Fair (Seoul, Korea), Sluice London, Busan (Seoul, Korea), Photo L.A., UNTLD BCN (Barcelona, SP), Select Art Fair (Miami and NYC), Satellite Art Fair (Miami), Coohaus (Chelsea, NY), Shirin Gallery (Chelsea, NY), Casa Quien (Santo Domingo, DR), Performatorio (DR), Project for Empty Space, (NJ), the M.O.M.A. (NY) and TATE Modern (London, UK). She has been featured in Interview Magazine, Quiet Lunch, Korea Monthly Photo, Hyperallergic, The New York Times, Vulture, Gothamist, T Magazine, Frieze Magazine, The Creator’s Project, The L Magazine, Artnet News, Beautiful Decay, Vogue Italia and most recently on NBC Channel 4. All images courtesy of the artist
In this episode, Ashley recounts her experience of moving to New York City and getting involved in a serious relationship very quickly — maybe too quickly? She also shares what she learned from that relationship and how it affected her work as an artist.   Music featured in the episode: “You Are A Star” by Ty Richards
For Father’s Day, we present stories of four fathers along with pictures and memories of the children they left behind.
Nick Mehedin is a New York based photographer whose work explores ideas of home, patriotism, travel, space and labor. Nick received his BFA in photography from the State University of New York at New Paltz in 2015 and has since had work published in Aint Bad Magazine, Fraction Magazine, Obscura Land, Fotografia Magazine, Business Insider and Juxtapoz Magazine. His photographs have been shown in exhibitions at Aesthesia Studios in Los Angeles, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. All images courtesy of artist Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Halfway Home Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Isla Mujeres Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing Nick Mehedin, Of Nothing
Rachael Dunville is a Missouri-based fine art photographer whose work explores the photographic encounter as a serious, seductive, and often complicated human exchange. Rachael received her BFA from Missouri State University and her MFA from School of Visual Artst in New York. Her work has been widely exhibited, including a solo exhibition of the Show Me State series at Michael Mazzeo Gallery in New York City. All images courtesy of the artist Rachael Dunville, Carolyn Rachael Dunville, Carolyn Rachael Dunville, Carolyn Rachael Dunville, Carolyn Rachael Dunville, Carolyn Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State Rachael Dunville, Show Me State
Karen is a recipient of the Instituto Sacatar Fellowship (Brazil), the MacDowell Colony Artist Fellowship, Canada Council for the Arts Grants, the Duke and Duchess of York Prize in Photography from the Canada Council, and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and festivals throughout North America and Europe, including the Liverpool Biennial, the Bring to Light Festival on the Brooklyn waterfront. All images courtesy of the artist Installation at MOCCA in Toronto for the CONTACT Photography Festival in 2007. Big Game, 2005. Installation view of West Wall, 5 x 65 feet.  
Daniel Cooney, founder of Daniel Cooney Fine Art, is a gallerist, curator and auction specialist. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois. He has held adjunct faculty positions at the University of Illinois, the Fashion Institute of Technology, The New School, the School of Visual Arts and has lectured widely on contemporary and historical photography. Daniel began his gallery career at the James Danziger Gallery and continued as Associate Director of the Julie Saul Gallery. He was also the Director of Online Photographs at Sothebys.com. All photographs courtesy of Daniel Cooney  
This week, we welcome back contributors Oriana Leckert and Matt Ruby to discuss the once again supposedly on the rise power couple of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner as well as the end of Lena…
Today we’re talking with Lissa Rivera and Trey Tyler about their work at the Museum of Sex here in New York. Lissa is a photographer and associate curator and Trey is the senior designer. We’re talking with them about the museum’s current exhibition, Night Fever: New York Disco 1977-1979, The Bill Bernstein Photographs. “The unique context of these clubs allowed for unprecedented interaction between groups — straights danced with gays, whites with blacks and Latinos, young with old, and rich with poor. By publicly embracing alternate and previously hidden identities, these pioneers created revolutionary boundary-crossing communities of possibility and joy, paving the way for a future culture of inclusivity.” – The Museum of Sex
“It wasn’t a punk scene like the rest of the world was having ,it was more of an explosion of creativity…”
A photograph is seen as a credible communication tool, but as more people have access to cameras and identity is increasingly shaped through photographic communications, photography as a source for truth is becoming increasingly suspect.
In this episode, Builder shares what drew him to photography as an artistic medium for his own self-expression. He also describes some of the projects he has worked on, including his most recent, which focuses on coal miners in Appalachia.   Music featured in the episode: “Neptune” by The Olympians
This spring break I did a road trip down the coast of California with my Mamiya RZ67, a medium format film camera that was given to me by my dad this past February.
Anthony Friedkin (born 1949) is an American photographer whose works have chronicled California’s landscapes, cities and people. His topics include phenomena such as surf culture, prisons, cinema, and gay culture. Friedkin’s photographs have been exhibited at institutions such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,  J. Paul Getty Museum and New York’s Museum of Modern Art. He is also represented in numerous private collections and his pictures have been published in Japan, Russia, Europe, and many Fine Art magazines in America. All images courtesy of the artist
Arlene Rush is a New York based conceptual artist whose diverse work deals with issues of gender, identity, and socio economic issues and politics. Her work asks viewers to look at the balance and place and meaning of what is occurring in our contemporary world.   Rebirth, 2016.
Cindy Hinant is a New York based artist who utilizes video, audio, internet and digital technologies, as well as performance and traditional art mediums in works that reflect on popular representations of femininity. She has had solo and two person exhibitions at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Interstitial, Joe Sheftel Gallery, and Miguel Abreu Gallery.  Her work has been included in group exhibitions and screenings at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Egyptian Modern Art Museum, the Palais de Tokyo, the North Miami Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museo de Arte El Salvador and the Lehnbachhaus Munich.  She is the recipient of the Robert D. Beckman Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship, the Edward Albee Visual Artist-in-Residence Fellowship, and the Sheffield International Artist Book Prize.  Her work will be featured in the forthcoming book “New York, New Wave: The Legacy of Feminist Artists in Emerging Practices” by Kathy Battista.  This January she will take part in the exhibition “Escape Attempts” at Shulamit Nazarian in Los Angeles and will have a solo exhibition at Museum of America Books in Brooklyn. Upcoming Show Dates: Shulamit Nazarian: Los Angeles, CA: Feb. 18 – April 1 Musuem of America Books: Brooklyn, NY: Opening, Jan. 30th

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