Julie Blackmon photographs scenes she carefully orchestrates with members of her own family, saturated with the “fantasies and realities of domesticity.” Her works cover the sacred moments and wild adventures of a large tribe. She is superb at communicating the mythic attributes of a family along with the […]
This series created by award-winning photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt illustrates a doomsday scenario for the United Arab Emirates when a cheap, clean hydrogen fuel is developed in 2017. The oil-producing regions sink into chaos as oil drops below $10 a barrel. The scenes show zoo animals released into the […]
These near-surrealistic style photographs are from France, Austria and Hungary by Akos Major, born in Hungary, now living in Vienna. These works are from his series, Still. See more on his website, here.
Toronto photographer Todd McLellan’s disassembly work has captured significant attention. His photo art shows the ordered mechanics of dismantled relics: phones, clocks, cameras. He also captures the motion of his work, in this lawnmower, for example, and in video (at the end of the post). It’s interesting to […]
Wallpaper in an old house in a Canadian prairie city provided the images for Gabriela Garcia-Luna’s latest photo art, on exhibit at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery. (Above: On the way to Newfoundland) The peeling paper in a house about to be renovated in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan suggested landscapes […]
Jenny Okun’s stunning photo art is on exhibit at Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, California, a display of her exquisite digitally manipulated multiple exposures. Okun’s extensive travels provide continuing inspiration for her work. English garden mazes become even more twisted into strange Alice in Wonderland curiosities – […]