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DAN MARTENSEN

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Photographer extraordinare Dan Martensen knows a thing or two about fashion photography. Whether he is shooting the latest editorial spreads, lookbooks or advertising campaigns - Martensen has a way of connecting the subject to the camera lense that is unparalleled. Always reinventing his shots and adding meaning to his portraits, we recently got to chat with Martensen about the demise of Polaroid film and his most obscure shoot to date. You can tell from his photographs that Martensen has to be an interesting guy…..and he managed to surpass my sepctulations. By Yale Breslin. Photo: Alexander Wang
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WILLIAM EADON


 I’ve always heard mention of the infamous William Eadon jeans, but not much more that that.  Recently, Yale (who has great taste) from We Are The Market,ran a quick interview with him and introduced me to more of his work, which lead me to his website.  I’m a big fan of the way he set it up in an organized chaos sort of way, and some of the photos are pretty incredible.  The subject matter is cute and whimsical at times and I love the way the images end up. Above is the beautiful Hollie Witchey, shot by William.Check out the interview here, and his website below.

WILLIAM EADON

JAK & JIL

I’ve seen this site before and have always like it, and I just rediscovered and noticed that it has been redesigned.  I especially like the  blog section and the simple use of courier.  It’s a little more women’s oriented and a little more high fashion than i post about, but I love the candid photos captured.  I love french girls and they have a penchant for the amazing Carine Roitfeld.  Pictured above is Olivier Zahm from purple magazine and Dash Snow riding on the Paris Metro.

JAK & JIL

GET TO KNOW: KAVA GORNA

 

I’m a big fan of NY based photogrpaher Kava Gorna.  She’s done a lot of good work in a bunch of noteworth publications (Jalouse, Hobo) and she shot the lookbook for Imitation of Christ.  Her photos have a really soft quality to them and her photos feature some interesting subject mater (Nate Lowman, above left).

 KAVA GORNA PHOTOGRAPHY

PATRICK O’DELL SPEAKS

 

My friends at Studio have put together a short video featuring Patrick O’Dell speaking about some of his photos in his first solo show “To All My Friends”.

WATCH IT HERE 

OUT OF THE CLOSET WITH RYAN MCGINLEY

Vice Magazine compiles a look book from photographer Ryan Mcginley’s closet as he explains each outfit choice. Best way to describe his style? Bowery Bum meets Margiela art fag…

OUT OF THE CLOSET WITH RYAN MCGINLEY

ONE CITY LEFT

 This morning I got an email from Kevin at Given Collective and he put me on to his new project that he has been working on.  He explains it better than I do: “The project itself is titled ‘One City Left’ and is a photography project that involved ten individuals in five North American cities. Each participant was given a disposable camera, and asked to set about the task of documenting the culture, places, and experiences they encounter in a particular time frame. The final images were compiled and have been turned into a website.” I love the concept of using disposable cameras for their raw organic quality.  Ever since Polaroid film has been discontinued people have been jumping to disposable cameras and I like what I see.  He has photos from about 10 artists, musicians and weirdoes, Heron Preston being one of them.

 

 

ONE CITY LEFT  

THE SKULLSET


After years and years worth of overblown photobloggery, very few sites stand on their own. New York via LA’s Jack Siegel keeps us interested time and time again. Maybe it is because he works exclusively with point-and-shoot film cameras. Maybe it is because he is a nice guy, at least on the surface. Take a look at some of his work and you figure it out. By Jose R. Mejia

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RYAN MCGINLEY’S NEW SHOW

 

Ryan’s new show, I Know Where The Summer Goes, opens tomorrow.

“The title of this exhibition, taken from an early B-side by Belle & Sebastian, is more than just a piece of poetic musing. McGinley does, in fact, know where his summers go. In the summer of 2007, for example, he traversed the United States with sixteen models and three assistants, shooting 4,000 rolls of film. From the resulting 150,000 photographs, he arduously narrowed down the body of work to some fifty images, the best of which are on display here at the gallery.”

Team Gallery
83 Grand Street
6PM 

TEAM GALLERY 

DAVID BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY

I don’t know much about NY based David Black, but I know he takes some photos of some great subject mater including the beautiful Chan Marshall (Cat Power) and my friend Donald.  Check him out…

 DAVID BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY

SEEING DOUBLE

Interesting to see two points of view from one night whether it’s from The Cobrasnake, Bronques, Epicly Later’d or The Skullset.  In this case both Jack from the skullset and Patrick from Epicly Later’d snaped some shots at Agathe Snow’s Stamina - her entry into the Whitney Biennial.  Jack Shoots Patrick (top), and Patrick shoots Jack (bottom), as well as our friend from Toronto, Marlowe.

 THE SKULLSET 

EPICLY LATER’D