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Musée Magazine Not-for-profit online photography magazine featuring established and emerging photographers. HISTORY
Award-winning editorial and fashion photographer, Andrea Blanch, launched Musée Magazine in 2011.

Reflecting on her pivotal mentorship with famed-fashion photographer, Richard Avedon, Blanch aimed to extend and develop similar opportunities for emerging artists. In the midst of celebrating its fifth year of publication, Musée continues to evolve as a distinguished source and forceful advocate of the contemporary art world. A vanguard of photography and compendium of diversity, each issue striv

Reflecting on her pivotal mentorship with famed-fashion photographer, Richard Avedon, Blanch aimed to extend and develop similar opportunities for emerging artists. In the midst of celebrating its fifth year of publication, Musée continues to evolve as a distinguished source and forceful advocate of the contemporary art world. A vanguard of photography and compendium of diversity, each issue striv

Photo Journal Monday: Xin LiPatch ToolThe Patch Tool is one of Photoshop’s most frequently used functions – it duplicate...
02/21/2022

Photo Journal Monday: Xin Li

Patch Tool

The Patch Tool is one of Photoshop’s most frequently used functions – it duplicates and uses pixels of your selection to replace target pixels, therefore achieving the goal of retouching and repairing your images. Taking the feature as the main creative approach, I patched photos that I shot about the city of Shanghai. After the target pixels got overlaid once and again, the original images started to get blurry and gradually became abstract – only by carefully observing the details can you identify some fragmented information. As a native Shanghainese, I’ve witnessed the city’s gentrification at an incredible pace, which has made many places completely different from what they used to look like. Some may argue that it is exactly such highly-efficient demolition and redevelopment that has made today’s Shanghai an international metropolis full of attractiveness. With the remark, it occurs to me that while the original images have been demolished by the excessive use of the Patch Tool, the effects seem to have created results of greater sensual stimulation. However, do they really represent the better outcomes?

Imagery and Text by Xin Li

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Open Call for Submissions: Musée Magazine Issue No. 27Visit our website through the link in our bio, and check out our S...
02/21/2022

Open Call for Submissions: Musée Magazine Issue No. 27

Visit our website through the link in our bio, and check out our Submissions tab for more information on how to submit!

For every issue, Musée Magazine is honored to support the work of emerging artists. We accept submissions of up to 8 images. If selected, the artist will be included in a spread featuring their work in the upcoming issue. Musée’s Emerging Artist section is an open call (with no theme). All submissions will be considered for publication.
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Emerging Artist: Diana Alsip “How lucky we were to have lived” is an exercise in how we connect with images; we’ve all l...
02/21/2022

Emerging Artist: Diana Alsip

“How lucky we were to have lived” is an exercise in how we connect with images; we’ve all looked at old snapshots and listened to our mother or grandfather tell a story about someone we’d never met. Taking a found slide pur- chased on eBay, digitally scanning it, projecting it into a domestic space, and re-photographing with medium format film, I pass the image between digital and analog processes, and in and out of the past and the present. Activating a larger system of collective memory, I imagine what story exists just outside of the visible frame.

To view more work from emerging artists’ work like Alsip, check out Musée Magazine’s Issue No. 26 - Spaces! Link in bio.
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Film Review: The Worst Person in the World: Dir. Joachim TrierThe tone of this film is set from the start as we dive int...
02/19/2022

Film Review: The Worst Person in the World: Dir. Joachim Trier

The tone of this film is set from the start as we dive into the unpredictable world of Julie (Renate Reinsve), a charming and attractive medical student living in Oslo. Without missing a beat, she decides to change her major to psychology, which she finds more interesting until she discovers photography. She seems blissfully unphased by her lack of direction and takes a job in a bookstore, where she begins to write. The film is presented in 12 chapters which read like diary entries. Julie is a thoroughly engaging mercurial character as portrayed by Reinsve who has the unselfconscious natural appeal of Greta Gerwig.

Imagery courtesy of Neon and Oslo Pictures
Text by Belle McIntyre

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Weekend Portfolio: Marti CornI’m a documentary photographer and oral historian, giving voice to people living in states ...
02/18/2022

Weekend Portfolio: Marti Corn

I’m a documentary photographer and oral historian, giving voice to people living in states of continuous poverty or whose struggles threaten to strip them of their dignity. I listen to the stories of individuals, families, and communities and then allow each to reveal whatever they wish as I make their portrait. 

For six years, I traveled to Kakuma, a refugee camp in Kenya, mentoring a group of young journalists and documenting those who have been forced from their homes to live as refugees in this barren landscape.

Imagery and Text by Marti Corn

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Flash Fiction: Terra FondriestJonah didn’t have many friends his age. At eight-years-old, he was painfully shy and quiet...
02/18/2022

Flash Fiction: Terra Fondriest

Jonah didn’t have many friends his age. At eight-years-old, he was painfully shy and quiet. What was worse was how his classmates snickered at him as he walked into their homeroom.
“He smells like a farm,” whispered one particularly cruel girl.
But, she wasn’t wrong. Jonah did smell like a farm; because he lived on a farm. And every morning, at 6 AM, Jonah would wake up with the sun, skip from his bedroom to the chicken coop, and feed his real friends. Bessy, Shirley, LuAnne, and Deirdre would peck at the grain around his toes, and Jonah wasn’t lonely.

Imagery by Terra Fondriest
Written by Emma Mathes
Photo Edited by Kahdeem Prosper Jefferson

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From our Archives: Andy Warhol: Master of the Instant For someone who took approximately 150,000 pictures in the last do...
02/18/2022

From our Archives: Andy Warhol: Master of the Instant

For someone who took approximately 150,000 pictures in the last dozen years of his life, Andy Warhol is rarely remembered as a photographer. Though his iconic screenprints are clearly derived from photographs, his use of the medium seems secondary in larger conversation about his work. His childhood collection of glossy Hollywood publicity photos gets frequent mention as context for his love of celebrity, but their material nature ignored. Interest spread in 2007 and 2008 when the Warhol Foundation distributed 28,500 of his photographs to nearly two hundred universities across the United States, and yet only a few shows over the years have concentrated on his photography or tried to position it within the history of photography, most recently at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York.

Imagery Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery

Article in ISSUE NO. 23 - CHOICES

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Flash Fiction: Mr. SpencerWorking at the corner store is dreary. The customers are impatient and the rushes are soul-sha...
02/17/2022

Flash Fiction: Mr. Spencer

Working at the corner store is dreary. The customers are impatient and the rushes are soul-shaking. But one man cheers my heart and calms my mind, every-time: Mr. Spencer, from upstairs.

Mr. Spencer is so old that his apparent age deserves emphasis. His posture is frail, and he will teeter as though he could lose balance in a strong wind. Yet, he is stoic; he seems to carry the wisdom of a dozen lifetimes. So, I trust I’ll never see him fall.

Mr. Spencer uses an umbrella as a cane and never wears anything but a two piece suit. Between you and me, I think Mr. Spencer is not of this world.

Image by Riccardo Svelto

Written by Emma Elizabeth Mathes

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Book Review: Kings Road by Mona Kuhn There are many areas in which we feel space and time collide for two lovers, as in ...
02/17/2022

Book Review: Kings Road by Mona Kuhn

There are many areas in which we feel space and time collide for two lovers, as in romantic tragedies, such as Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and the question always remains – Will they find each other in time? That is the question I find myself asking in Mona Kuhn’s most recent monograph, Kings Road, which coincides with her solo exhibit, “835 Kings Road”, on view at the Art, Design and Architecture Museum in Santa Barbara. Both feature a photographic narrative that is based within the iconic house of architect, Rudolph Schindler (b. 1887). The house itself, located on Kings Road in West Hollywood, California, inspired Kuhn to invent her own story that may or may not have been hidden, thanks to the candid letters written by Schindler and the open nature of the house, its structure, and its surrounding landscape.

Written by Emily Capone

Edited by Jana Massoud

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Exhibition Review: Lynn Saville: Dark CitiesTo some, the idea of photographing cityscapes in darkness might take away fr...
02/17/2022

Exhibition Review: Lynn Saville: Dark Cities

To some, the idea of photographing cityscapes in darkness might take away from the beauty of the city itself. Some may think that the darkness might shroud whatever is being photographed in mystery and gloominess – on the contrary – utilizing dark spaces in one’s photography might just allow their work to shine brighter and show off the little details that make these areas so special.

Imagery by Lynn Savillen
Written by Aaron Norton, Edited By Hillary Mitchell

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Etinosa YyvonneCan you tell us a bit about your ongoing project It's All In My Head? It seems as ...
02/16/2022

Woman Crush Wednesday: Etinosa Yyvonne

Can you tell us a bit about your ongoing project It's All In My Head? It seems as if your Nigerian heritage is a large influence on your work. What parts of your heritage and culture inspired this work and what have you learned about yourself as an artist through the creation of this work?

“It’s All In My Head is an ongoing motif and project that explores the coping mechanisms of survivors of terrorism and extremist instances of conflict and cruelty. The project aims to raise awareness about the need for psychosocial support for survivors of atrocities, that would help improve them in their health and wellbeing. I began working on the project in 2018 and one of the things that inspired me to start the project was because of my interactions with people who were living in Internally Displaced Person’s Camp, they are often called IDPs. In realizing that some of them were people who had lives and who had everything going for them. A lot of these people I have spoken to before where people who were living in the northeastern part of Nigeria from Adamawa and Borno State and had to flee their homes because of the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency.”

Imagery by Etinosa Yyvonne
Written and Transcribed by Nikhita Samala

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Exhibition Review: Andy Warhol: RevelationThe body of Andy Warhol’s oeuvre is as enigmatic and contradictory as the man ...
02/16/2022

Exhibition Review: Andy Warhol: Revelation

The body of Andy Warhol’s oeuvre is as enigmatic and contradictory as the man himself. In his posthumous exhibition, Revelation, at The Brooklyn Museum, curator José Carlos works in tandem with Carmen Hermo and the Andy Warhol Museum of Pittsbrugh to create a monumental installation which leaves traces of Warhol’s creative fingerprint across Catholic imagery. Like many, I was just as surprised to learn of Andy Warhol’s understated love for the faith he and his family practiced as Byzantine Catholics who immigrated from Slovakia, especially as Warhol was openly gay at a time before the mainstream LGBTQ+ rights movement. 

Imagery by Andy Warhol
Written by Emily Capone, Edited by Jana Massoud

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Don't just take our word for it, Experiences of Identity is a must see show! And even more great news...it's open starting TODAY! Read more in this Musée Magazine article and make plans to stop by the gallery. We are open today from 11 am - 5 pm. We would love to see you and know your thoughts about the show.
Thank you Musée Magazine for featuring our exhibition 'Curious Devices & Other Objects' in your 'Art Out' section. On view through February 26th, with a Closing Reception on February 24th, 5pm-7pm. #museemagazine #artindumbo
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#repost @pacifico_photo Faculty member Ann Weathersby featured in Musée Magazine's Issue No.26, Spaces, guest-edited by artist Pacifico Silano. @annweathersby @museemagazine #svafaculty #sva #svaphotovideo
Now in Muse/News: 📷 "Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective" at SAM gets praise from Musée Magazine, Pro Photo Daily, and EQ., 🏞️ Travel + Leisure recommends at visit to the Olympic Sculpture Park, and 👩‍🎨 artnet interviews SAM favorite Saya Woolfalk on her new exhibition at The Newark Museum of Art. Read these arts-related stories on #SAMBlog! samblog.seattleartmuseum.org/2021/12/sam-news-dec-6/
Read Musée Magazine's review of Dawoud Bey's exhibition In This Here Place, on view at the gallery through October 23 https://museemagazine.com/culture/2021/9/20/exhibition-review-dawoud-bey
Thank you Musée Magazine for featuring my 'Killer Queens' series! 🖤
Thank you Musée Magazine for featuring our upcoming exhibit Source Material in the Art Out column. Curated by Jon Feinstein and Roula Seikaly of Humble Arts Foundation, the show includes eight artists who alter found, vernacular, and family archive photos to navigate personal history and trauma. The Opening Reception for Source Material will be on Friday, August 13th between 6 – 9:00 PM. Musée Magazine is a non-profit, photo-based quarterly dedicated to featuring works by emerging and established artists. https://museemagazine.com/culture/2021/7/29/art-out
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“A single genre or theme cannot define Struth’s work. Instead, its constant evolution proves his ability to continue to diversify his art and seek out the unknown throughout his career.” —Dani Martin, Musée Magazine The first comprehensive theory of #ThomasStruth’s main body of photographic work, from the late 1970s – 2018, is presented in a new book by Nana Last. The author examines the trajectory of Struth’s photographic evolution in, as the title suggests, three stages: archive, matrix, and assembly. Together, the three stages form a developmental system that characterizes the individual photographs, their relation to their subject matter, and how they form larger, significant collections of images. The book project accomplishes three main goals: it develops a comprehensive, critical reading of the work; it serves as a monograph of the artist; and it provides an extensive analysis of the photographs at all stages, including his more recent photographs, which are placed on par with the earlier work for which Struth first became internationally renowned. The publication is available at the MGG Shop, ORO Editions, and Buchhandlung Walther König im MuseumsQuartier Wien. Click to shop: https://buff.ly/3hLpl0d #MGGReads
“A single genre or theme cannot define Struth’s work. Instead, its constant evolution proves his ability to continue to diversify his art and seek out the unknown throughout his career.” —Dani Martin, Musée Magazine The first comprehensive theory of #ThomasStruth’s main body of photographic work, from the late 1970s – 2018, is presented in a new book by Nana Last. The author examines the trajectory of Struth’s photographic evolution in, as the title suggests, three stages: archive, matrix, and assembly. Together, the three stages form a developmental system that characterizes the individual photographs, their relation to their subject matter, and how they form larger, significant collections of images. The book project accomplishes three main goals: it develops a comprehensive, critical reading of the work; it serves as a monograph of the artist; and it provides an extensive analysis of the photographs at all stages, including his more recent photographs, which are placed on par with the earlier work for which Struth first became internationally renowned. The publication is available at the MGG Shop, ORO Editions, and Buchhandlung Walther König im MuseumsQuartier Wien. Click to shop: https://bit.ly/2QKSAFg #MGGReads
"It can be hard to square the lush beauty of Mosse’s kaleidoscopic maps with the stark realities that they represent. He injects iodine contrast into the ailing body of the earth and the damage that it highlights is devastating. Even as they acknowledge a grim diagnosis, though, these photographs reveal things previously unseen on the Earth and insist that, though afflicted, it is still alive and able to heal." -George Russell for Musée Magazine.