Photography

Glitch Art
Glitch Art

These Glitched-Out Photos Look Like Paintings Made by a PC

For 'Destruction,' Berlin-based photographer Polina Efremova actually ran digital video through an old PC.
DJ Pangburn
8.25.17
Photography
Photography

Hallucinatory Photographs by an Outsider Artist Defy Convention

Kwesi Abbensetts uses “revisionary self-appropriation” to make stunning portraits reflecting on race and identity.
Andrew Nunes
8.16.17
Photography
Photography

Inside White House Photographer Pete Souza’s Photo Book of the Obama Years

In a conversation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pete Souza shows an intimate portrait of photographs and personal anecdotes from his last eight years as White House photographer for Barack Obama.
Abby Ronner
8.11.17
photojournalism
photojournalism

2,000,000+ Photos Archive 50 Years of Aussie Life—in Arkansas

This LA art dealer just bought 2 million vintage photographs from the Sydney Morning Herald archive; now he’s sorting it.
Shana Nys Dambrot
8.7.17
paper art
paper art

These Incredibly Realistic Flowers Are Actually Made of Paper

Tiffanie Turner has the art of paper flowers down to a science.
Eva Recinos
8.3.17
Photography
Photography

[NSFW] Darkly Erotic Photos Capture Men Masturbating in Hotel Rooms

Aneta Bartos’s tender and explicit portraits of male nudes appear in 'NSFW: Female Gaze' at the Museum of Sex.
Sami Emory
8.3.17
Performance Art
Performance Art

[NSFW] Nude Performance Artist Planks in Philosophical Self-Portraits

Chiara Mazzocchi’s nude artworks are anything but personal.
Andrew Nunes
8.3.17
Photography
Photography

Powerful Portraits Capture When Home No Longer Feels Like Home

Rachael Banks' three-part photo series reveals the struggles of coming back to her Kentucky family after leaving to start her own life.
Andrew Nunes
8.2.17
Photography
Photography

Printing the Highest Resolution Photos on Earth Isn't Easy

Combining technical know-how and artistic expertise, VAST pioneered a method to print unbelievably detailed photographic work.
DJ Pangburn
8.1.17
tiny worlds
tiny worlds

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Derrick Lin’s supremely satisfying vignettes turn our gripes about corporate culture into art.
Andrew Nunes
8.1.17
Photography
Photography

The Awkwardness of Eating Gets Immortalized in Flash Photos

22-year-old photographer Kristine Wathne captures subjects as they are about to take a bite, depicting funny and universally relatable actions.
Carly Lovejoy
8.1.17
Photography
Photography

Elemental Portraits Peel Back the Layers of Racial Identity

Lauren Machen draws inspiration from the classical elements (earth, fire, wind, and water) for her latest photography series.
Annie Armstrong
7.28.17