“My visual language is a little chaotic, human.” The photographer revels in wild, disorienting photos that turn the everyday into magic.
Meet Nicholas Loffredo, whose self-portraits bridge drag racing and queer ballroom cultures. Here, he talks about identity and what art can make possible.
Madge Yang’s multi-media collages depict nuances of the Asian American experience
“I’m making photographs to break the stigma around depression and anxiety,” says Fabric Of Affliction creator Andy Maticorena Kajie
The New York-based photographer on his creative routines, learning to trust his instincts, and why abstract art pushes his vision forward.
The New York-based photographer journeyed back to the land where he grew up and where his family still lives, aiming to further understand Kolkata’s history and document the culturally layered metropolis.
With circuses on the decline, photographs that preserve their legacy are becoming more vital. Photographer Aileen Barney talks about growing up in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and the emotional portraits she’s made of her father, who produced shows for the legendary troupe.
A collection of serigraphs by American graphic artist Libby Thiel. Courtesy of Bruce and Jake Thiel.
When I moved to South Orange, all this garbage, all the things I love about New York, even the bad parts, they were not here. Everything was pretty. I resisted it because I’d worked with people who took fantastic pictures of flowers. It’s been done, and greatly. But flowers were presenting themselves to me.
A photographic study of micro-ecosystems, the backbone of our biosphere.
Abstract, free flowing paintings that levitate from the page.
Feeling turnt, burnt, tripped, and flipped. But most of all, feeling blessed.
The status quo says only some media creators are artists. That resources are scarce. Today, a story from Leslie Askew about her birth as an artist. Her storytelling has taken her from CNN to independent documentary film.
Sometimes people get a degree in something and then realize they’re no good at it, or it’s just not for them. Well, Melissa Schriek’s returning to that fork in the road at the start of her career and we dive into how documentary work shaped her creative vision.
Hi, this isn’t Entourage. Brianne Almeida paints a sound picture of her life as an agent — conference calls before coffee and all.
Ioana talks with her career coach Justine Clay about building a creative business and thinking like a CEO, even if you’re a company of one.
We hang out with Jonathon Kambouris and talk about what it’s like to bring his creative vision to campaign photos that brands commission from him. Sometimes it involves foam coring off his set.
A story about Daniela Groza, an artist and taxi driver in New York City rising to the challenges presented by coronavirus in pretty intense situations.
Chantal Deeble tells the story of moving from dance to the edge of the unknown and beyond. Then, we talk about quantum timelines and Ioana’s mind is blown.
Most schools of thought go like this: take the big gig. It’s money in your pocket. It’ll even let you do the art you love on the side. Well, Christine Blackburne’s doing it all backwards, then.