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In Conversation: Sanaz Mazinani

09 Feb, 2019

In Conversation: Sanaz Mazinani

Sanaz Mazinani is a multidisciplinary artist who makes camera-less, photo-based artworks that touch upon both personal and universal concerns. Her 2019 project, Light Times, revisits some of her earliest pieces of art as inspiration for an ambitious collaborative and sensually immersive experience. 
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Spotlight on: Dawoud Bey

19 Jan, 2019

Spotlight on: Dawoud Bey

In this brief clip, Dawoud Bey talks about his early days as an emerging photographer and how he navigated approaching the people he wanted to photograph in Harlem, NYC.
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Rosalind Fox Solomon: Liberty Theater

15 Oct, 2018

Rosalind Fox Solomon: Liberty Theater

Liberty Theater, the latest series by Rosalind Fox Solomon, brings together photographs made across 40 years of her practice. In this slideshow, the artist discusses why she felt compelled to create this project. Solomon also shares anecdotes about how she works, talks about recurring themes that appear in her photos, and gives a sense of the person behind the camera. 
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Spotlight On: Guillaume Simoneau

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Guillaume Simoneau

Guillaume Simoneau’s approach to photography caught the attention of collectors and critics through his award winning body of work, Love and War, which subtlety documents many things: the practical difficulties of long-distance relationships; the intermediary nature of technology in contemporary society; and the way that war forever changes combatants and the people they love.

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Spotlight on: Scott Conarroe

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight on: Scott Conarroe

It’s a familiar observation that artists reflect the world back to us. In recent years, Scott Conarroe’s photography has documented large-scale views of land, sea, and mountains, often presenting a depth of detail that the human eye cannot process without the aid of a camera. These elegant images remind the viewer to notice the world we live in, and move through, every day.


We spoke to Scott to find out about his art practice and how he follows through on his inspirations. In the process, we discovered his affinity for 19th-century landscape paintings and learned how his desire to remain inconspicuous has influenced his photographic method.

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