Kevin Cooley

Kevin Cooley’s photographs of planes taking off and landing look like scenes from a sci-fi adventure filmed in suburban America. Made by using very long exposure times, his pictures show houses that glow in the twilight and streaks of explosive lights and sparks that illuminate the sky. It’s as if ray-guns are being fired from outer-space and landing in our backyards. Also check out another …

An Interview with Lisa Kereszi

Dubbed "visual poetry" by Stephen Shore, New York-based photographer Lisa Kereszi is known for her prints of ordinary places in lush, deeply saturated colors. In her current show, Kereszi's subjects are spaces—strip joints, fortune telling parlors, theaters—that aspire to transcend the everyday. Earlier this week, CH contributor Jonah Samson chatted with the artist about her interests, style and background. For the full interview, go here. …

Martin and Muñoz Snow Globes

The quaint winter scenes often seen inside traditional snow globes turn deliciously bizarre and sinister in the hands of Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz.  Known for their highly-detailed dioramas of tiny figures exiled in frozen landscapes, past creations by artists Martin and Muñoz have included a horse walking away as a man hangs from a tree, and a man dangling a baby over an open …