Australian photographer Bill Henson's work reminds me a lot of Lisa Kereszi's . His images are dark, but beautifully lit landscapes and protraits that both warm and disturb. "In a photograph, we have simultaneously an absolute presence in the evidential authority of the medium and an entirely impossible dreamscape." Bill Henson view selected work at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery buy his book, Lux et Nox at Scalo
by Josh Rubin
David Hilliard photographs sultry Summery scenes sequentially from slightly different angles. He places multiple frames together to create a unique experience of his personal visual story. Each piece is comprised of 2 or 3 panels sized at 20"...
by Evan Orensten
Todd Hido is a SF Bay Area artist and photographer. He is a master with light and color, which helps illuminate the anonymity—of place, of location and of self—that is so central to his work. Who lives in these neighborhoods, in these...
by Ami Kealoha
For the release of Thundermutt 2.0, the second edition of Thunderdog Studios' own vinyl toy, Tristan Eaton, the founding designer of the company, teamed up with New York graffiti legend Seen to create the piece, which will be launched at the opening...
TheGoodLife! + Asymbol Collection
A co-curated selection of inspiring outdoor photography
by Graham Hiemstra
Ever-proud of their NYC roots, the creative community slash boutique agency that is TheGoodLife! knows well that without frequent adventures in the outdoors, life in the city wouldn't seem so sweet. To connect the two worlds and highlight the work...
House of La Cruz
A fine arts retailer and exclusive online gallery of carefully selected pieces and performances
by David Graver
LA-based fine arts photographer and filmmaker Alex La Cruz found the perfect way to sell his mesmerizing, oftentimes eerie, large-format architectural and landscape photographs: On a sharply curated website, among other artists he respects. In founding...
Arne Svenson "Portraits"
by Evan Orensten
If you're in Los Angeles try and catch Portraits, the new work of photographer Arne Svenson at Western Project gallery. Svenson spent three years researching and photographing forensic facial reconstruction sculptures. The images are attempts...
"Earth, Wind and Fire" by Francesco Vezzola
The Italian fashion photographer diverges from his roots for his first solo show on nature and man
by CH Contributor
by Ike Onyewuenyi Fashion portraiture in the vein of street style has typified Francesco Vezzola's creative oeuvre for the last five years, with his PIMPUMPAM work being coveted by the likes of Vogue Italia, Marie Claire, and L'Officiel Russia...
Brian Ulrich: Ghosts of Shopping Past
by Brian Fichtner
In a timely if sobering reminder of the ever changing retail landscape around us, The Morning News recently posted "The Ghosts of Shopping Past," an online gallery of photographs by Chicago-based lensman Brian Ulrich, whose Copia project...
Lumas Editions Gallery, Melbourne
by Fiona Killackey
Melbourne may well be miles from most of the world's cultural epicenters, but when it comes to appreciation of quality photographic art, Melbournians know their stuff. Perhaps that's why Lumas Editions decided to expand their global galleries...
The inaugural edition of the Amsterdam photography fair focuses on emerging talent and first-time buyers
by Perrin Drumm
Held in a former gasworks site built in Amsterdam in 1885, Unseen is a new photography fair that features new work by known photographers as well as work by an international group of emerging young talent. This September, more than 50 galleries...
Jeff Bark: Woodpecker
by Tim Yu
Jeff Bark's newest works are the subject of his solo show, Woodpecker, at the Michael Hoppen Contemporary Gallery in London; it's his second show at the gallery. Bark's newest works are so multilayered it makes my brain hurt—in the...
Interview: Photographer Stephen Iles
The former British music promoter discusses his experimental approach to capturing images
by CH Contributor
by Carol Huston "Photography is an experiment, but it's the results that count." Art rhetoric is no stranger to Stephen Iles, who divides his time between London and Manchester. A music promoter during Manchester's media-crazed years, Iles (who...