SEE IT | The Late Anton Yelchin's Dreamy Photography

Anton Yelchin known for his work in mainstream films such as Stark Trek (2009) died in a freak accident in June of this year. Now his legacy lives on in an exhibition of 40 prints at Other Gallery in Los Angeles. Yelchin's images are haunting, surreal, and beautiful. Using intense lighting, face masks, and motion blur, Yelchin's portraits project a fragile yet visceral vision of his short career in Hollywood stardom. 

February 01, 2017 by Matt Scheffler

SEE IT | Juergen Teller Curates Mapplethorpe

Alison Jacques Gallery

Curating Robert Mapplethorpe's work is Juergen Teller who is known for his surreal blend of fashion, commercial, and fine art photography. The selected 48 works are a return to Mapplethorpe's obsession with capturing the tender line between rage and love. 

November 23, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

MOMENTS | Rehash: #FBF Amy Arbus’ ‘80s Street Style Photography Captured New York’s Mish-Mash Style Subculture

We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers.

Amy Arbus, daughter of the legendary Diane Arbus and protégé of esteemed fashion photographer Richard Avedon, has been capturing street style well before the time of digital photography—before fashion blogs and Instagram allowed for instant style gratification. In the ‘80s, Arbus started as The Village Voice’s style photographer and captured the eclectic styles of every figure in New York subculture, from Madonna and Phoebe Lègére to Andre Walker and The Clash pre-fame. In an interview with AnOther Magazine, Arbus talks about what inspires her and tells the story behind some of her most iconic images.

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Photographer/Artist Akihiko Miyoshi Merges Digital x Analog Photography

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Photography, art, and technology come together in Akihiko Miyoshi’s visual experiments. Before Miyoshi began his career in art, he was a computer engineer pursing a PhD at Carnegie Mellon University. Though the artist altered his professional trajectory, he continues to incorporate elements of technology and data in his work, merging art with the digital. “CMYKRGB,” Miyoshi’s latest visual series, blends analog and digital photography and is on display at Circuit Gallery until May 9th.

MOMENTS | Collage: #FBF Artist Matthew Stone’s Body Language Combined Sculpture x Photography To Create Cut/Paste Collage Art Cubes


We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers. 
In his Body Language exhibition, Matthew Stone, London-based artist, took sculptural cubes and linked them to collage art with cut-and-paste photographs of the human body. The photographs, which were also shot by Stone, used the interplay of light and darkness “to invoke and create history, rather than to document it”.
The collaged sculptures of the human body in Body Language were a rejection of simple binaries. Instead, the cut-and-paste bodies represented the conflicting realities in our politically and religiously polarized world. 

MOMENTS | Rehash: #TBT x Peter Lindbergh, Legendary Photographer, Brings Cinematic Elements Into His Work


We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers. 
We love the bold vision behind legendary black and white photographer Peter Lindbergh’s unique, cinematic approach. Since we’re going full #TBT here, and Halloween is coming right up, we’re throwing in our love for Lindbergh’s Hitchcock-inspired editorial, The Birds, featuring the equally cinematic Sasha Pivovarova. The idea of birds attacking people may seem a little silly, but as any city dweller knows, an incoming flocks of birds to the face is a very real terror.

MOMENTS | Legendary Photographer Pioneer Anton Perich


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“Reality is not what photography is about – it is an abstract world based on the seductive and the fantastic” — Anton Perich
#FBF. Read this interview with Croatia-born Anton Perich. The legendary photographer built the revolutionary electronic painting machine and helped launch the digital photography movement.

MOMENTS | Optical Illusions, Vivienne Westwood Biography, Photographer Pat Graham Modest Mouse: 1992-2010, tUnE-yArDs Laurie Anderson Talkhouse Podcast, Beyoncé x Jay Z Collaborative Album


1. AnOther Magazine has a compilation of playful optical illusions. We’re pretty tickled by Liu Bolin’s work. Bolin paints himself to blend into his surroundings, then takes a photo of it. 
2. Read this excerpt from the new Vivienne Westwood biography. Then go and get yourself a copy of the Vivienne Westwood memoir.
3. Speaking of books, photographer Pat Graham just released Modest Mouse: 1992-2010, a compilation of Polaroid and digital prints from the band’s decades of touring.