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YOSHINORI MIZUTANI
Join us this Saturday & Sunday at PPAC’s book fair! 

Join us this Saturday & Sunday at PPAC’s book fair

I am interested in photography because it’s a medium with a particular relationship to reality. In photography, we always cut-out a scene – elements or fragments from reality; and photographs have a very particular effect as they play with veracity. They can be used as evidence, but at the same time, they can be used as a persuasive tool. The author of the photographs and/or the author who relates the narrative around the photographs (sometimes they are the same person, sometimes separated) often has a very dominant presence – influencing their audience. 

Miki Soejima interviewed by Izabella Scott

Images from Mrs. Merryman’s Collection

This week’s new arrivals:
SOME WINDY TREES, Vincent DelbrouckCOSTA, José Pedro CortesSHEETS, Rinko KawauchiBEAUTIFUL PIG, Ben Schornberger 

This week’s new arrivals:

SOME WINDY TREES, Vincent Delbrouck
COSTA, José Pedro Cortes
SHEETS, Rinko Kawauchi
BEAUTIFUL PIG, Ben Schornberger
 

some favorites from 2013
THIS SATURDAY!
Aperture Foundation, NYC
12:30 - 6PM

THIS SATURDAY!

Aperture Foundation, NYC

12:30 - 6PM

➜ A studio visit with Ed Panar

rocketscience:

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photographs by Nathan Ward

Where is your studio exactly and how long have you been working there?
My studio is in the attic of a little row house where I live in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh. I have been working here since April 2011.

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What are the pros and cons of your…

"…it is my intention to open the door and let people wander around in this world on their own terms. My job is to simply set the tone and parameters, while leaving plenty of latitude for unique interactions with the work. This can be difficult for some readers, and seen as vague or noncommittal, but this freedom (or acknowledgement of the unknowable) is at the heart of what I’m trying to do, and not a position arrived at by default."  RON JUDE, Fires, a conversation with Ron Jude

"This is a strange life of books that you enter alone as a writer, mapping an unknown territory that arises as you travel. If you succeed in the voyage, other enter after, one at a time, also alone, but in communication with your imagination, traversing your route. Books are solitudes in which we meet." REBECCA SOLNIT, The Faraway Nearby

Brighten up your Tuesday with Simple Pleasures by Zoe Ghertner!

(Gottlund, 2013)

BETWEEN THE SHELL is a new landmark in the chronicle of American Suburbia. It re-wires perception; it’s a world at once intensely familiar and entirely nonsensical, full of retro-colours and synthetic fabrics; of fast food and fake finishes; of plastics and hygiene.  It’s a packaged world – wrapped, enclosed, hermetic and of indeterminate purpose. It’s a world where a sense of the absurd might be the only antidote to madness, and where you have no idea if you’re safer in or out. - HotShoe International (Issue 185)

Some fresh changes to Darin Mickey’s site, including the addition of Broken Telepathy!

Some fresh changes to Darin Mickey’s site, including the addition of Broken Telepathy!

SIX ROOMS

Gregory Halpern, from his series Thin On The Ground

Doors are open until 4pm today at The Mine Factory.

SIX ROOMS

Spaces Corners pop-up shop & exhibition now open.

Come visit us today and tomorrow 12 - 4pm at The Mine Factory

Visit us today & tomorrow at the first annual Detroit Art Book Fair!

Visit us today & tomorrow at the first annual Detroit Art Book Fair!

THEME BY PARTI