In the Cracks: The Photography of Bing Wright

by Terrin Glasson November 23, 2015
Just take a moment and enjoy the beautiful chaos of Bing Wright’s incredible portraits.   Wright uses broken mirrors to reflect what many consider mundane scenic photos. See more of Bing Wright’s work and remember to break up your day every once and awhile. Go outside and try to see things in a different light.

Who is this woman?

by Jenna Austinon August 24, 2015
   It’s the kind of thing you’d read about in a novel. But the discovery in a thrift shop on Hull Street in Richmond, Virginia was very real. Meagan Abell uncovered a mystery when she opened the medium format camera she had recently purchased, and discovered a roll of film still in the camera and […]

Meet Australia’s Banksy

by Jenna Austinon August 13, 2015
   When it comes to street art, the majority of it carries a heavy political message or satirical sentiment. With Australian street artist Fintan Magee, however,  he is known for his lack of politics in his murals and admired for his humor and great illustrations.    Now known as “Australia’s Banksy”, Magee was an established […]

Photographer Anticipates The Aesthetics Of The Modern Family Of The Future

by Ash M. Richteron August 12, 2015
    American photographer CYJO (pronounced See-Joe) was previously noted on the international art scene for her stunning pictorial coverage of immigration and her explorations of maintaining cultural identity in the world’s Asian diasporas.    Her latest work continues to look at these same issues of identity—but not by looking at the impact of past […]

Nick Knight Captures the Controversial

by Jenna Austinon August 11, 2015
   Nick Knight is best known for pushing the limits on photography, both technically and creatively.    The London photographer works with capturing images of minorities or controversial issues. His choice in subject matter along with his exquisite technique have propelled his career and sustained it.    Knight has also in recent years begun to […]

An Ironic Visualization of Anxiety

by Ash M. Richteron August 5, 2015
    San Antonio based photographer John William Keedy‘s latest series “It’s Hardly Noticeable” is actually incredibly in your face.     Each of the anxiety-ridden photographs of the exhibit is displayed at a whopping three by six feet. And each features a hyperbolic visualization of the artist’s conception of anxiety.    It’s an exaggeration […]

Charlotte Caron’s Wild About Portraits

by Jenna Austinon July 20, 2015
French artist Charlotte Caron is a multi-media painter and sculptor. After having graduated from The Fine Arts of Rennes in 2013, Caron has made great strides in recognition in the art world. In her portrait series she takes photographs and layers acrylic paint over them to reveal the person’s more wild, animalistic nature. To see […]

Public Art Biennial In Sweden Transforms Örebro

by Ash M. Richteron July 17, 2015
   The manifesto of Sweden’s public art biennial vows to turn the city upside down “with art that will surprise, intrigue and inspire.” This year, OpenART definitely delivered on its promises.    OpenART is the largest public art forum in Scandinavia. Since its inception in 2008, it’s grown steadily into an international phenomenon that pushes […]

Antonio Mora’s Imagery Cocktails

by Jenna Austinon July 16, 2015
He calls them cocktails. Images found in magazines, online, and created in the studio that produce a final image meant to disturb. That is how Spanish artist Antonio Mora describes his work and the result that he aims for. After a long and successful career as an art director and designer Mora turned a corner […]

Ann Street Studio: Harnessing the Beauty of Cinemagraphs

by Jenna Austinon July 16, 2015
   Ann Street Studio is the creative collaboration of husband and wife team Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg. The two began as creative partners who created cinemagraphs, still life images with cinematic elements, and over time have developed a strong following and impressive resume of clients. Jamie shoots the still photographs, while Kevin takes motion […]