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The website is emphasized on emerging photographers and current, surfacing ideas in the practice of photography. Lintroller is a space for discussion and collaboration. http://www.lint-roller.com

Marisa Gertz of Gifriends, together with Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson went to a haunted house in New York State for Narra...
10/21/2015
The Sweet Married Couple Behind New York’s Most Horrifying Haunted Compound

Marisa Gertz of Gifriends, together with Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson went to a haunted house in New York State for Narratively in time for #Halloween

A detective and a nurse with a lifelong love of the morbid recruit a roster of macabre-loving misfits, and turn a bucolic patch of the Hudson Valley into a 65-acre hotbed of horror.

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Dear friends -We are sharing a table with our dear friends from Singapore - Knuckles & Notch, for this year's Printed Ma...
09/16/2015
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Dear friends -

We are sharing a table with our dear friends from Singapore - Knuckles & Notch, for this year's Printed Matter, Inc.'s New York Art Book Fair.

Come visit us in the Zine Tent!

We'll be selling Issue 01: George Pitts - alongside with the "Feelings & Similar Items" Zines

Marilyn Yun Jin of Knuckles & Notch is also going to be at Tokyo Art Book Fair this year, and she is bringing a few copies to be displayed there too!

Yay!

GIFRIENDS is Alex Thebez, Marisa Gertz, Peter Marquez and Michael Fivis. We make photographs and GIFs together wherever we end up finding ourselves.

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Hi friends - just wanted to tell everyone that TAGTAGTAG will be at I Never Read, Art Book Fair Basel 2015 through the courtesy of our friends Knuckles and Notch from Singapore. You can grab copies (which are running low) if you happen to be there. Also, I mean, please check out the tables of all th…

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06/12/2015

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Tonight at Printed Matter, Inc. in #NYC
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Tonight at Printed Matter, Inc. in #NYC

A great story by Narratively.
06/12/2015
Everyday Life in Incarceration Nation

A great story by Narratively.

From juvenile offenders to greying lifers, fifteen photographers offer a human glimpse of the world’s largest prison system—and the millions of Americans trapped in its wide-ranging web.

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06/08/2015

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Open Call
Issue Nº 4—Daughters
Deadline: 7th August 2015

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06/03/2015
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“FITC Tokyo 2015 TitlesMoving piano music and MS Paint pop colors slowly crescendo into a chromatic sequence.

chromaticwatch: FITC Tokyo 2015 Titles Moving piano music and MS Paint pop colors slowly crescendo into a chromatic sequence.

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rollinleonard:
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It's heartbreaking how these circumstances can bring forth four powerful photographs.
06/02/2015
Death on the Steppes: Mystery Disease Kills Saigas

It's heartbreaking how these circumstances can bring forth four powerful photographs.

In the past two weeks, more than a third of all saigas have been killed, conservationists have found. The cause of the outbreak is unknown.

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hyperallergic:
“This week, Instagram’s impact on art collecting, Chicago’s missing Keith Haring, 50 buildings in 50 cities, privilege at art museums, the largest object in the universe, and more.


Required Reading

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mpdrolet:
“Mo Zhuang Ze


06/01/2015

On Sidewalks: "Philosophy at 5AM"
“In the analytic tradition, attendees could listen to talks subjects ranging from Boltzmann brains and the directionality of time, to moral relativism and the state of contemporary metaphysics. While some talks...

"Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" by @stefanomarchionini for CONSUMPTION June 01, 2015 at 06:50AM
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"Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" by @stefanomarchionini for CONSUMPTION June 01, 2015 at 06:50AM

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lpvshow:
“The Company of Strangers by Gus Powell““Inspired by Frank O'Hara’s 1964 book Lunch Poems, photographer Gus Powell, who worked for four years as picture editor at the New Yorker, would spend his own lunch hours wandering midtown Manhattan making poetry. The resulting book of street photography feels both romantic/nostalgic, and strikingly contemporary. Powell’s attention to the choreography of pedestrians is remarkable, as is his rendering of midtown light, refracted by office buildings and glass.” - J and L Books




Discussed in Episode 2.21

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05/31/2015
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splashandgrab:
“MATTHIEU VENOT




“I currently focus on the universality of cities, colours, shapes and geometry.”





We take a look at the French photographer’s wonderfully satisfying colour palettes of his hometown, Brest.

More of his work can be seen here and you can follow him on instagram.




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lpvshow:
“Photo Archives by Auke de Vries

Discussed in Episode 2.21 with Gus Powell

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05/30/2015
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Swing by @kasmingallery to see Tina Barney’s Four Decades- Show just opened and it’s fantastic !

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05/30/2015
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contemporaryartdaily:
“Antoine Catala at Carnegie Museum of Art

Christine Holtz and Lauren S Zadikow document illegal dump sites around Pittsburgh, highlighting the consumption and exp...
05/29/2015

Christine Holtz and Lauren S Zadikow document illegal dump sites around Pittsburgh, highlighting the consumption and exploitation of the city's landscape May 28, 2015 at 10:36PM

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mullitover:
“JONATHAN CHERRY: What did you want to be growing up?

CALUM COCHRANE: Many ridiculous things – but I have always wanted to be a fish tank designer! Ethically, I do believe that fish belong in the sea, however, I am really interested in how aquariums are constructed. I should have really done a degree in set design (whoops). In my opinion, a lot of luxury fish tanks are all a bit corporate and gross, like the ones you see in hotels, banks and shopping malls. I would love to see more conceptual artists creating installations that involve our fish friends…

JC: Who or what is inspiring you at the moment?

CC: The colour blue always makes me really weak at the knees – I’m often drawn to exotic sensibilities. Otherwise, at the moment I am inspired by cheap holographic imagery, the kind of images you find in value stores which are often quite kitsch and distasteful. A lot of them often involve religious iconography and if you scratch their surface with your nails they often make that really distinctive squeaky noise. I’ve experimented working with this medium before and I am itching to revisit the relationship between photography and lenticular printing again soon…

In terms of who inspires me - I love the work of Japanese photographer Mayumi Hosokura her images are quite special to me. I also love the humour in Jaimie Warren’s work which is really refreshing as contemporary photography can often be quite highbrow and repetitive at times. My favorite film for inspiration is The Colour of Pomegranates by Sergei Parajanov.

JC: What are you up to right now?

CC: At the moment, I am having lots of fun making a photographic series of bus seats. I love that in context bus seats are really mundane yet aesthetically they are quite jazzy in all their various patterns. Who designs them? That’s what I want to know! In my work, I really enjoy redefining how we see things within the everyday, so chucking in a visual curve-ball now and again is what keeps me excited about photography. I am also looking to make an overdue return trip to India soon so I can begin working with these holographic ideas…

JC: Have you had mentors along the way?

CC: The best mentors have always been my peers.

JC: Where are you based right now and how is it shaping you?

CC: I have recently relocated to Bristol in the United Kingdom – a large city celebrated for its independent businesses, creativity and community spirit. It’s a great place to feel inspired and is full of fantastic eateries, which is a bit miserable though if your stomach is bigger than your piggy bank!

JC: One piece of advice to photography graduates?

CC: You can still be a creative person without having a creative job.

JC: If all else fails - what is your plan B?

CC: Cry, lie in bed and watch YouTube videos of Racoons.

JC: Is it important to you to be a part of a creative community?

CC: Of course – but I also think it is important to have a balance between ‘artworld’ and reality.

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phdonohue:
“Charles H. Traub: In the Still Life

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icphoto:
“Read our interview with photographer Larry Fink, the 2015 Infinity Awards Recipient for Art.

All images courtesy the artist © Larry Fink.

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nevver:
“The Land of Lost Content, Ida Badal

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