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Håret by Eric Davidsson

Håret by Eric Davidsson

One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital. The result is breathtaking: an emotional collection of commuting individuals, with each portrait telling a unique story.

Tokyo Compression photo essay by Michael Wolf

One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital. The result is breathtaking: an emotional collection of commuting individuals, with each portrait telling a unique story.

LOVE!!! A friend pointed me to the portfolio of LA based photographer Jen Gotch…

LOVE!!! A friend pointed me to the portfolio of LA based photographer Jen Gotch…

This is you.

This is you [here]

This is you.

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frances berry (The Jealous Curator)

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Dennis Oppenheim. Compression - Poison Oak, 1970

Dennis Oppenheim. Compression - Poison Oak, 1970

Paola Kudacki’s Pictures Question Beauty Standards

Paola Kudacki’s Pictures Question Beauty Standards

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// josh huxham

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// josh huxham

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

Rachel staying the night at Wolf's apartment. She is so delicate and tiny compared to him; she's barely 5'2" and 100 pounds soaking wet, while he's roughly the size and build of a football player. Also she's never gotten a tattoo or piercing, while he has multiple piercings and is covered in tattoos.

Rachel staying the night at Wolf's apartment. She is so delicate and tiny compared to him; she's barely 5'2" and 100 pounds soaking wet, while he's roughly the size and build of a football player. Also she's never gotten a tattoo or piercing, while he has multiple piercings and is covered in tattoos.

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