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How I Got the Picture: Stephen Mallon’s Working Class

September 19, 2011


A Bridge Delivered from stephen mallon on Vimeo. To view, enter the password 300002011s The Willis Avenue Bridge in New York City was originally constructed in 1901 to span the Harlem River, connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx. In 2005, the New York City Department of Transportation decided to replace the aging structure, […]

Art: The Difference Between Boys and Girls

August 4, 2011


It is generally assumed that people have hidden selves, identities that are different from those we present to the world. Another common belief is that the artful portraitist will trick the truth out of a subject, discovering and uncovering that which was kept private. That truth—what appears to us as truth—very often has the appearance […]

Emerging Work: The Coolness of the Urban Farmer

July 18, 2011


Andy Kropa is a talented freelance photographer who lives in the world capital of hipsterism: Brooklyn, New York. Kropa happens to be from Iowa, a place that is generally not considered hip. While Brooklyn has a rich culture of artisanal baking, brewing, pickling, and whatever, Iowa has rich black earth that produces prodigious amounts of […]