Posts in ART
Artist Spotlight: Thien Nguyen

We sat down with Thien Nguyen, a professional film photographer based out of Washington DC and a staff photographer for the magazine. She talked about her work, creative process, and some of the challenges she faces as an ethnic female artist.

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Salton Sea Ruins

The area was once part of a vast inland sea that covered a large area of Southern California. 

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What Is a Photo Walk?

If you love photography, shooting and exploring new places with your friends may be one of your favorite things to do. Nothing can beat capturing beautiful banal photos when you're with the people you enjoy the company of and share the same interests as you.


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Ifreke Inyang: The Identity of Culture

Ifreke Inyang, model and student at Texas Tech University contributes to the conversation on race, culture, and diversity.

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Chat with Texas Creatives: Howdy Gals

We sat down with the founding members of Howdy Gals, a booking and promotions group based in Austin, Texas that promote and shoot various local shows.

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Chat with Texas Creatives: Austin Roa

We caught up with Austin Roa during SXSW  a young filmmaker and music photographer based in Austin, Texas, and talk about his passion for music, his start with film, and upcoming projects.

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Art Islands from a Black & White Perspective

This renders the towns as if they are in a time capsule, totally separated from the art on the islands. The docks are worn down as if they had seen time pass it by while it remained unchanged.

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Southeast London by Max Miechowski

The majority of the work is created by exploring the streets and getting lost, trying to find new and interesting places that might contribute to the story.

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Interview with Adam Warren, Founder of Alcatraz Beach Club

From being the founder of a clothing brand to essentially being both curator and head of a magazine and being an art director of a creative agency, Adam Warren, caught up with Sadie Bailey to chat about not only his recent projects and collaborations but also the process of creating your own various creative outlets. 

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TERRAIN: First Solo Exhibition of Jack Whitefield

While Whitefield’s pictures were made using a film camera and traditional printing techniques, his approach to his subject matter is far from traditional. Inspired by The New Topographics, one cannot help but consider Whitefield an outsider to his subject matter.

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Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s at Hirshhorn

An  expansive exhibition exploring the pivotal moments in the 1980s when artwork became a commodity and the artist, a brand.

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Chosen Ones: Photographing Boys Before They Enter the 'Real World'

This project documents schoolboys and their surroundings in their final year of school, as they look ahead to the future.

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