Category: Photography: Series
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Description: Pluck 'em all
Description: shot late at night in Downtown LA
Artist: Simon Puschmann
Description: Personal project using burlesque dancers in everyday situations illustrating the fun and flirty nature of this performance art.
Artist: Callie Lipkin
"The Flower War"
Description: The Flower Wars... The death of warriors in Méxica poetry is usually described in terms of intoxicating beauty, the dying 'rain down like flowers'.
Artist: Shaun Pettigrew
"Circus Life Series"
Description: Personal series called " Circus Life" for studio promotion. A mix of fashion and art.
Artist: Ben Duarte
Description: Series of Portraits photographed in my Backyard in Phoenix Arizona with Old outdated polaroid materials
Artist: Scott T. Baxter
"Rio de Janeiro Brasil"
Description: Couple on veranda at La Suite Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Couple dancing at Lagoa in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Artist: Caterina Bernardi
"AT&T Hands International"
Description: Hands painted to represent the countries in which AT&T users have coverage.
Description: Fatherhood - continuing book project on fathers who play an active role in their kids lives. Inspiration for the project came from a quote by Gloria Steinem (who has since written an introduction for the book project): When fathers begin to play an equal role in the raising of children, the world will truly be changed.
Artist: Robert Houser
Description: Mannequins photographed in London, England and China.
Artist: Stewart Cohen
Description: Portraits of teens with exotic animals shot in Miami.
Artist: Genevieve Caron
"The Kaleidoscope of Food"
Description: This is part of an ongoing series of Kaleidoscope images where the photographer uses all kinds of food to make the designs.
Artist: Christina Peters
Description: Fine Art Exhibition exploring "Interior Space" in natural exterior environments.
Artist: Cheyenne Ellis
Description: In the series Continuum (2009-present), I explore the characters involved in historical roleplay and reenactments of various wars. In photographing these individuals and events, I become aware of the immersive experience within which they exist. Many remain in character even with the absence of an audience, procure and eat food exactly as it was then and bear clothing authentic to the stitch. These photographs reflect varying degrees of engagement with the "modern world" as I both approached and photographed each individual. Continuum is an ongoing project and is a collection of portraits and landscapes.
Artist: Adam Senatori
Description: from the series of portraits of leading photographers.
Artist: ela hawes
"Steppenwolf Theater Poster Series"
Description: Series of five images based on the five plays showing at the theater during the 2009-2010 series. Used in magazine ads, posters, banners and theater marketing materials.
Artist: Callie Lipkin
Description: an all-male burlesque revue
Artist: Brian Kuhlmann
Description: Personal project. Series of self portraits, recreating vintage pulp novel covers.
Artist: Mala Mastroberte
"Children Under the Influence"
Description: Some of what a child experiences alone in his present moment will no doubt be transformed by time to become a blurry, sentimental mark of his past. How we recall our childhood desires, wishes, and experiences is something akin to lucid dreaming and holds a permanent place in our memory banks. They are the experiences that contribute to the adults we are today. I began "Children Under the Influence" by foisting onto young actors, some common themes of our youth and adapting them for each of my characters. Adolescent sexuality, a desire for independence, and feelings of rejection are a few themes that I explored for this work. They are each private moments in a child’s life that he alone will remember, seen by a dispassionate onlooker. No one image directly recreates a specific experience of my own, but all speak to universal emotions we have as children when looking forward to becoming adults.
Artist: Saverio Truglia
Description: My big passions are photography and collecting Asian ball-jointed dolls. Those two things inevitably came together, resulting in a large body of work consisting of doll portraits. The dolls are made by companies such as Volks and Unidoll. Their hair color, eyes, head mold, facial expression, body type and outfits are completely customized by their owners. This was what first attracted me to the hobby, and ever since I was introduced to photography, I've used my dolls as subjects. It soon became clear that these photographs were not your regular still life. They are portraits, and the dolls are treated as people. The ability to have full control over the subjects and situations is essential to me; it is a form for her to have control of my own life, and it is, most importantly, a way to study my own psychological patterns that are subtly depicted in the images of the dolls. I've exhibited my photographs nationally and hope to continue to do so throughout my career as a photographer. My dolls, as well as my photographs, are a true expression of my own personality and life, and I invite the viewers to interpret and perhaps even relate to them.
Artist: Isabelle Ribeiro