Visual Acoustics is a documentary film that explores the life and career of the architectural photographer Julius Shulman.
Adventures in Life and Photography with @hokaytokay
Learn more about Amanda’s work in this video feature by Like Knows Like, produced by filmmaker Bas Berkhout (@bas_berkhout) and photographer Marije Kuiper (@marijekuiper). For more of Amanda’s explorations in light and pattern, follow @hokaytokay on Instagram.
Just over a year ago, at the age of 20, Amanda Jasnowski (@hokaytokay) left her home in Ohio to pursue photography in New York City.
For Amanda, whose photos explore light and patterns, Instagram provides an outlet for daily creation. “The constant practice of taking photos every day has really helped me grow as a creative and helped further my aesthetic,” says Amanda. “If for some reason you find yourself scrolling far back through my feed you can see the way my style has evolved. It’s a good timeline.”
Amanda’s feed is also a documentation of the beauty found in everyday life. Speaking about her photos, she says: “More than anything I hope people take away a sense of appreciation of the small things in life and the beauty that is here if you are looking. I think most of my images are fairly simple and playful, lots of documenting. Humanity is a beautiful thing.”
Collaborating with and learning from others is central to Amanda’s work, and the Instagram community has been a major source of inspiration. “The support and encouragement that I’ve found through Instagram was a big influence in giving me the courage to move away from home last October. I continue to be thankful for the support and excited by this creative community I’ve grown to be a part of.”
PDN Video: Olivia Bee on Instagram, iPhones, Expectations, and Envy (by PDNOnline)
The Grange Prize - Moyra Davey on Choosing Photography (by ArtGalleryofOntario)
As we may or may not have mentioned, IPF2013 is coming.
In approximately two weeks we’ll be opening the proverbial doors to this year’s program of events.
This year’s line-up is so strong, and just to prove it, here’s a short video we made with the almighty Max Olijnyk to (re-)introduce you to one of our featured artists, Sean Fennessy, whose solo show will open at The Hungry Workshop on Monday 4 Nov.
No more leaks until program drops, so just watch and learn:
Submission from Freedmanben
"This is a great video of Canadian Photographer Robert Burley (who i happen to work for as his photographic assistant).
His work over the past ten years has revolved around the infrastructure that has created/supported photographic materials. He has a monograph being published this coming October that will feature this work along with a touring exhibition that will travel to the U.S.A, Canada and Europe. “
Daniel Gordon Gets Physical | “New York Close Up” | Art21 (by Art21)
Alec Soth – The Current State of the PhotoBook (by Aperture Foundation)
On September 20th, 2013, Alec Soth spoke on the current state of the photobook in advance of revealing the thirty books shortlisted for the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation Book Award categories: First PhotoBook and PhotoBook of the Year.
"Everybody Street" illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.
Featuring: Bruce Davidson , Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz, Rebecca Lepkoff, Mary Ellen Mark, Jeff Mermelstein, Clayton Patterson, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, Jeff Mermelstein, and Boogie, with Max Kozloff and Luc Sante.
Todd Hido talks about “Excerpts from Silver Meadows” 2013
Lecture with Roe Ethridge (by ArtInstituteChicago)
Art Institute Chicago, Society for Contemporary Art (March 17, 2011)