visit Rafael Fuchs website here.
All images Rafael Fuchs, Untitled from Bushwick Forever, 2005-2012.
visit Jackie Mock’s artist website here.
Jackie Mock, Soil Samples from Every State in the United States Collected via Craigslist, 2011. Soil samples in glass bottles displayed in order of state population from greatest to least as stated in the 2010 U.S. Census Report in a handmade cabinet constructed from an antique barn door with a metal tag bearing the name of each state.
Jackie Mock, One Puddle, One Year, 18th Street and 7th Avenue, New York City, 2015. Box containing photographs chronicling the life of one puddle throughout one year. Jackie Mock, Water from American Places with European Names, 2010-11. From left: Glasgow, KY Portsmouth, RI Newport, RI Berlin, NY Scotland, PA Manchester, NH Versailles, KY Hamburg, PA Glasgow, WV Paris, KY.
Jackie Mock, In Case of Emergency , 2010.
Mixtape found on Bleecker Street, gold leaf, custom wooden frame, glass.
Jackie Mock, Pigeon Footprint Found in Snow, 2009, Found on Minetta Lane, New York City.
Jackie Mock, The First Word of Every Book I Own, 2013. Text pasted on paper, handmade frame.
There was a time when I was constantly looking through Tina Barney’s Theater of Manners because I was also thinking about how to justifiably and unbiasedly photograph family life (She is grappling with it whether she wants to acknowledge it or not.) It’s been a couple years since I’ve thought about that series, so I welcomed the news that four decades worth of images by Tina Barney were on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Better than the show though, is that she now also has a website with each series’ gallery deep of images. This is a big upgrade from how I used to few her work back in 2009. Eitherway, looking through I had a few thoughts; Titles are important but can seriously detract too. How did Brian Williams get in there? and Is there anyone else out there making large-format portraits that feel this much like a snapshot?
Tina Barney, The Orange Room fromThe Europeans, 1996.
Tina Barney, The Hunt fromThe Europeans, 2003.
Tina Barney, The Hands fromThe Europeans, 2003. Tina Barney, Untitled fromThe Europeans. Tina Barney, The Breakfast fromThe Europeans,1996. Tina Barney, The Fencing Lesson from The Europeans, 1996.
Tina Barney, The Foyer fromThe Europeans, 1996. Tina Barney, The Tapestry fromThe Europeans, 1996
Tina Barney, The Bust fromThe Europeans, 2003
Tina Barney, The Antique Shop fromThe Europeans, 2003.
Tina Barney’s artist website here.
Read more about Tina Barney’s work here and here.
Jack Goldstein, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1975.
Cynthia Daignault’s artist website here.
View more work by Cynthia Daignault here.
Cynthia Daignault, I love you more than one more day. 2013.
Cynthia Daignault, Do we mean love, and when we say love?, 2012.
Cynthia Daignault, Screen Test: No Signal and Screen Test: Test Screen, 2011.
Installation view: Cynthia Daignault, CCTV Monitor, 2012.
Cynthia Daignault, CCTV Monitor, 2012.
Cynthia Daignault, CCTV Monitor, 2012.
Cynthia Daignault,The one I shall now describe, if I can… 2011.
Cynthia Daignault, Das Tauschregal [Installation View: Day 1] 2014.
Cynthia Daignault, Das Tauschregal [Installation View: Day 10], 2014.
Visit Alex Boyd’s artist website here.
all works Alex Boyd, Untitled from The Point of Deliverance.
Every moment of light and dark is a miracle– Walt Whitman
more work by Lewis Baltz here. Lewis Baltz, Tract House no. 24, From the series The Tract Houses, 1971.
Lewis Baltz, Tract House no. 22, From the series The Tract Houses, 1971.
Lewis Baltz, Tract House no.6, From the series The Tract Houses, 1971.
Lewis Baltz, Tract House no. 5, From the series The Tract Houses, 1971.
I used photography to distance myself from a world that I loathed and was powerless to improve. – Lewis Baltz
Read this article discussing the impact the camera phone has had on society and watch the trailer for the documentary, Brave New Camera.