Photographer Laurie Simmons’ take on portraiture involves a bit a trickery. It’s candy-coated color palette might encourage a superficial gaze, but a closer look reveals an offbeat critique of both identity and portraiture.Read More
Author: Diana M.
The abstract cameraless photographs on view in the exhibition, Rey Parlá – Multiplicities, stretch traditional notions of photography, taking viewers into a space of infinite co-creation. Intuition, surprise and chance act as Parlá’s co-conspirators in works grounded in both process and philosophical inquiry.Read More
The Aperture Foundation’s 2017 Summer Open exhibition focuses on Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms: freedom of speech, religion, want, and fear.Read More
Keywords are essential to launching your photography and artwork into the digital world, where everyone is jockeying for exposure.Read More