Kievbound by Mariya Ustymenko (Antler Press)
Kievbound is a selection of black and white photographs recently included in Mariya Ustymenko’s small publication with Antler Press, Cornwall (2013). Created in the artist’s native city of Kiev, Ukraine, during her teens and early twenties, these images are gathered and reassessed to convey an intimately personal story of growing up. Set against the backdrop of rapidly changing city, the series explores the ever present feeling of transience and the subtle connections that exist between the key characters of its narrative – people, animals, and buildings.
- Edition of 50
- Black & White
- Digital Print
We Are Drifters
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2:38 pm • 6 April 2014 • 3 notes
John M. O’Toole
Found images collected over a three year period through various web and archive image searches with the keyword being the surname “O’Toole”.
Through this archive John M. O’Toole has sequenced and manipulated several images to create O’Tooles.
edition of 100/40pgs/5x7/newsprint/$10
8:54 pm • 24 February 2014 • 23 notes
Solar Power by Jason Rusnock
21.6cm x 21.6cm (8.50 x 8.50in)
black and white laser
"Light and time are photography’s most fundamental elements. Light and shadow create form; time determines their recorded values. Through manipulations in the photographic process, these images captured on film are presented in ways unique to the medium. They illustrate details both seen by the human eye, and those seen only by the camera.”
12:00 pm • 9 February 2014 • 21 notes
SPECTRE // SPECTRUM
CONVEYOR MAGAZINE, ISSUE NO. 5
AVAILABLE OCTOBER 31ST // PRE-ORDER A COPY HERE
Our sense of wonder and fear is most palpable when our visions are fleeting. In the forthcoming issue of Conveyor, we search for moments when the properties of a spectre, that which dissolves from our sight, and a spectrum, a continuum or perfection of vision, overlap and counterbalance each other, and the trespassing of these apparitions between the material and immaterial worlds.
Includes contributions by Penelope Umbrico, Hannah Whitaker, Brea Souders, Andrey Bogush, Robert Canali, Inka & Niclas, Dillon DeWaters, Nicholas Gottlund, Leif Huron, William Basinksi, Richard Chartier, Jana Voigt, Ben Alper, Nina Katchadourian, Fleur van Dodewaard, Barry Hughes, Sara Cwynar, Christopher Rodriguez, Alexander Binder, Matthew Gamber, and the Optricks Group ( Romi Mikulinsky, Yanai Toister, Elad Mentovich ).
via http://www.conveyoreditions.com/ & http://blog.conveyormagazine.org/
12:00 pm • 10 October 2013 • 9 notes
Dark Matter, Issue No. 4
Publication Date: December 21st, 2012
Edition of 1,000.
Dark Matter is the theoretical composition believed to make up most of the universe; it is the unseen, mysterious structure speculated to hold all other matter together. While its foundations are cosmological, dark matter easily traverses the scientific into the ethereal. It points to macabre narratives, dark humor, mysticism, and ancient myth.
For Issue No. 4 of Conveyor Magazine, we are seeking photographic and print-based projects which engage the astronomical questions raised by the concept of dark matter. How do we elucidate the unknown? How do we illustrate an existence with properties that are inferred rather than directly observed? What metaphors stand in place for that which lies outside of our spectrum of perception?
One must develop an innovative language in attempting to answer these questions and shed light on our shifting and uncertain understanding of the universe. In doing so, we convey the sheer beauty of man’s inexhaustive quest for discovery and answers, and ultimately the promise of revealing a bigger story.
Dark Media and Dark Matters by Eugene Thacker
500 Years Away
Words and Photographs by Adam Ferriss
The End, or Something Like It by Mark Alice Durant
Featuring Photographs by Mimi Plumb
Introduction by Dominica Paige
Includes work by Mirjana Vrbaski, Azhar Chougle, Robert Canali, Peter Happel Christian, Julianna Foster, Kim Hoeckele, Alexandra Hunts, Robin Myers, James Penfield, Nandita Raman, Casey Wilson, and Sam A. Harris
White Light in Dark Matter with Contributions by Katie Paterson and Risa Wechsler
Written by Chelsey Morell and Sylvia Hardy
Hidden in Plain Sight by Bernard Yenelouis
Dark is the Nigh!
Brendan George Ko
On Melancholia by Mark Stafford
The Photographer’s Studio
Features John Chervinsky
(via Conveyor - Dark Matter, Issue No. 4)
4:00 pm • 24 January 2013 • 3 notes
Looking back/ Looking forward Issue 1
This book is a a co-production between Impossible Colour Collective and Atem Books and is published under the imprint Emboscadura Ediciones (which has previously published books by Synchrodogsand Sasha Kurmaz, now sold out).
Looking back / looking forward Issue 1 has been curated by the guest curator Harold Diaz (photographer and collagist based in Brooklyn, New York). The coordinator and editor is Piotr Drewko (curator based in London), founder of Impossible Colour Collective. The book contains a selection of photographies of contemporary photographers, an interview with Harold Diaz and an essay by Ryan Whatley.
Looking back / looking forward project is a strictly photographic idea – it deals with current tendency in photography to produce more and more images and fill the world with them. Proposing a challenge to make a coherent conglomeration of the visual we can encounter every day became a base for the project.
Photographers who collaborate with the book:
Matthew Smithee, Jack Lovell, Ryszard Auksztulewicz, Daniel Dueckminor, Axel Stevens, Zach Kidd, Ian Claussen, Delaney Allen, John Vetrano, Simon Kossoff, Facundo Pires, Aaron Macdonald, Harold Diaz, Mike Feswick, Alyssa Kazew, Yenisbel Rodriguez, John Vetrano, Jeremy O’Sullivan, Lena Nasibulina, Lukasz Wierzbowski, Mikaylah Bowman, John Vetrano, Sean Ripple, Andrey Bogush, Ekvilina Milaševiciuteė, Taylor Radelia, Nico Krijno, Connor Creagan, Aaaron Macdonald, Kyle Smith, Walter C. Hulburt, Mate Ugrin, Harley Weir, Kim R. Reisenbichler, MBARI, Yenisbel Rodriguez, Florencia Caterina, Traci Matlock, Simon Kossoff, Rafael Bonilla y Daniel Dueckminor
(via Looking back / looking forward Issue 1 - Booklaunching at Kowasa bookshop | Atem Books | Editorial)
9:53 am • 17 January 2013 • 5 notes
Diffusion: Unconventional Photography
Diffusion: Unconventional Photography, Volume IV
Hardbound with foil & dust jacket
96 pages, full color, offset press
limited edition of 100
96 pages, full color, offset press, perfect bound
Cover: UV coated
8.25 in. × 10.75 in.
limited edition of 1,000
Jennifer B Hudson
Exploring the Muse: Susan kae Grant, Ken Rosenthal and Polly Chandler by Susan Burnstine
Transient Reflections and Fixed Impressions: Thoughts on the Physical Photograph in a Digital Age by Jeffrey Baker
Abstract Photography by Ryan Nabulsi
purchase in the store
7:19 pm • 3 January 2013 • 3 notes
CAPRICIOUS No. 13 – Water
Rob Bellinger / Sarah Soquel Morhaim / Michael Werner / Charlotte de Mezamat /Marie-Jose Jongerius / Agnes Thor / Sam Irons / D. Bryon Darby / Stepanka Peterka / Martha Fleming-Ives / Sara Cwynar / Seth Fluker / Jacob Ogden / Michael Marcelle / Neta Dror / Katheryn Love / Jeanie Choi / Matija Brumen / Willa Nasatir / Christopher Borrok / Philip Gaisser / Bernd & Hilla Becher / David Benjamin Sherry / Tim Trompeter / Kaya Yusi / Kathy Lo / Kyle Tryhorn / TONK / Lisa Requin / Celine Clanet / Anne Hall / Misha de Ridder / Anne de Vries / Liana Yang / Gustav Almestål / Margarita Jimeno / Adi Lavy / Geert Goiris / Ryan McGinley / Laura Plageman / Daniel Beltra / Jeremy Shaw / Kim Hoeckele / Simona Belotti / Stefano Graziani / Lotta Andersson / Martina Giammaria / Kurt Arrigo / Becca Albee / Lina Manousogiannaki / Mark Terry / Linda Hofvander / Allen Chen / Yann Gross
Astrida Neimanis / Corrine Fitzpatrick/ Eli Leven / Ester Martin Bergsmar / Hanna Wilde / Johan Eriksson / Sara Stridsberg / Sofia Hultin
CAPRICIOUS No. 13 – WATER coming this December to bookshops internationally, and online. And made first available through Art Basel and NADA in Miami, FL.
(via Capricious » Blog Archive » CAPRICIOUS No. 13 – Water !!!)
8:13 am • 6 December 2012 • 3 notes
Author & Concept: Laia Abril
Art Direction: Ramon Pez & Guillermo Brotons
Edition Consulting: Cristina de Middel, Silvia Omedes
46 Unfolded Pages
Full Color Offset
22€ shipping cost included
"Thinspiration is a book about the Pro-ana community who has turned anorexia (Ana) into its dogma. They venerate the illness giving meaning to their totalitarian “lifestyle”. The project is a personal and introspective journey across the nature of obsessive desire and the limits of auto-destruction, denouncing disease’s new risk factors: social networks and photography."
9:16 am • 22 November 2012 • 7 notes
24 pages, full color.
From March to June 2012,the french photographer Pascal Fellonneau has been regularly wandering the streets of Paris seeking for posters of French presidential elections. This publication is a selection from his photo work.
For more information about Pascal Fellonneau –
(via Candidates | BOLO)
9:26 am • 8 November 2012 • 4 notes
Punch The Camera
COVER TYPE: Soft Cover
MEASUREMENTS: 14 in. x 9.5 in. spreads
PUBLICATION DATE: August 2012
HIGH QUALITY PRINT ON HEAVY PAPER
Featured photographers and locations:
Spencer Davis- Northwest USA / Southern Utah
Eric Fernandez- Nairobi Kenya / East Coast Africa
Gary Mcleod- Portland, Oregon
Sam Woolf- Middle America
Jennilee Marigomen- Tofino, British Columbia / Washington State
Peter Sutherland- Outer Space
Justin Parkhurst- Oregon Coast / Southern Utah
Jim Mangan- Wyoming
Full issue now available in the store.
5:21 pm • 6 September 2012 • 19 notes