Pinky/MM Bass: Threads of (dis)Integration
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by Karen Bullock
6d ago
I met Pinky/MM Bass several years ago when I asked her to be the keynote speaker for an exhibition. I had seen her work at the Mobile Museum of Art and was enthralled by her inventive approach to photography. I respected her as an artist, so much so that I felt shy when we first View the rest of Pinky/MM Bass: Threads of (dis)Integration on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Book Talk: How Design Elevates the Success of Your First Photobook
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by Caleb Cain Marcus
1w ago
(Stranger Fruit by Jon Henry published by Monolith Editions. Stranger Fruit sold out in six weeks, and went into a second edition, with solo shows at Abakus Projects, UCR Arts and Photographic Center Northwest, and press including, the Boston Globe, Hyperallergic, Dazed UK, the Gaudian and selected as one of the best photo books of View the rest of Book Talk: How Design Elevates the Success of Your First Photobook on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion with The Red Road Project
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by Aline Smithson
2w ago
Bedford Gallery has recently opened its latest exhibition, Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion with The Red Road Project, a photo-docuseries which highlights and celebrates inspiring stories of present-day NativeAmerican individuals and communities by providing a platform for them to tell their stories of the past, present, and future in their own voices and words View the rest of Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion with The Red Road Project on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Photography & Anthropology: Gloria Oyarzabal, “USUS FRUCTUS ABUSUS”
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by Carlos Barradas
2w ago
For a few years now anthropology has been a buzzword in the photography world. Through the growing interest in ethnography, collaborative strategies, research methodologies, and self-reflexivity among other concepts, the influence that it has acquired has expanded well beyond the scientific realm. Today, many photographers of all types, preferences, or subject matters have included anthropological View the rest of Photography & Anthropology: Gloria Oyarzabal, “USUS FRUCTUS ABUSUS” on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Photography & Anthropology: Mendia Echeverria, “Museum”
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by Carlos Barradas
2w ago
For a few years now anthropology has been a buzzword in the photography world. Through the growing interest in ethnography, collaborative strategies, research methodologies, and self-reflexivity among other concepts, the influence that it has acquired has expanded well beyond the scientific realm. Today, many photographers of all types, preferences, or subject matters have included anthropological View the rest of Photography & Anthropology: Mendia Echeverria, “Museum” on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Earth Week: Simon Norfolk: When I am Laid in Earth
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by Michael O. Snyder
3w ago
These bodies of work are linked by this thematic lens: making the often-invisible nature of the global climate and the ecological crisis more visible using conceptual, lens-based art techniques. Each body of work speaks to a different aspect of the climate and ecological crisis: sea level rise; coral bleaching; habitat loss and environmental destruction; deforestation; View the rest of Earth Week: Simon Norfolk: When I am Laid in Earth on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Earth Week: Casey Lance Brown: Kudzilla
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by Michael O. Snyder
3w ago
These bodies of work are linked by this thematic lens: making the often-invisible nature of the global climate and the ecological crisis more visible using conceptual, lens-based art techniques. Each body of work speaks to a different aspect of the climate and ecological crisis: sea level rise; coral bleaching; habitat loss and environmental destruction; deforestation; View the rest of Earth Week: Casey Lance Brown: Kudzilla on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Earth Week: Ian van Coller: Naturalists of the Long Now
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by Michael O. Snyder
3w ago
These bodies of work are linked by this thematic lens: making the often-invisible nature of the global climate and the ecological crisis more visible using conceptual, lens-based art techniques. Each body of work speaks to a different aspect of the climate and ecological crisis: sea level rise; coral bleaching; habitat loss and environmental destruction; deforestation; View the rest of Earth Week: Ian van Coller: Naturalists of the Long Now on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Earth Month Photographers on Photographers: J Wren Supak in Conversation with Ryan Parker
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by Sarah Knobel
1M ago
In expanding our celebration of Earth Week, Earth Month: Photographers on Photographers will focus on the work of Eco.Echo Art Collective, a group of international artists deeply concerned with the well-being of our planet beyond human needs. The group’s concerns are climate change and anthropogenic activities’ global impact. Driven by an appreciation for the natural world’s View the rest of Earth Month Photographers on Photographers: J Wren Supak in Conversation with Ryan Parker on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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Earth Month Photographers on Photographers: Sarah Knobel in Conversation with Jamie House
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by Sarah Knobel
1M ago
In expanding our celebration of Earth Week, Earth Month: Photographers on Photographers will focus on the work of Eco.Echo Art Collective, a group of international artists deeply concerned with the well-being of our planet beyond human needs. The group’s concerns are climate change and anthropogenic activities’ global impact. Driven by an appreciation for the natural world’s View the rest of Earth Month Photographers on Photographers: Sarah Knobel in Conversation with Jamie House on LENSCRATCH ..read more
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