Photography: Agustin Hernandez — Some Situations Can’t Be Explained

Things feel a little like they’re not what they should be—a little off-kilter—about Agustin Hernandez' photography. Perhaps this is why his work is so addictive; you want to see more to keep uncovering these witchy, magic images that leave you feeling a little disconcerted, a lot voyeuristic, and occasionally like you walked in at the … read more

Visvaldas Morkevicius — The “Public Secrets” of Lithuanian Youth

Fascinated by what goes on in the bars, basements and backstreets of Vilnius, the young photographer and media artist Visvaldas Morkevicius brought the flashlight of his camera into the dimly lit corners to capture the events and emotions he found himself surrounded by. What resulted is a series of photographs collected in a self-published book … read more

Photography: Alexander Schuktuew for Converse

In today's society that airbrushes everything and everyone to within an inch of their life, it's a welcome sight to behold the work of Alexander Schuktuew. His style is refreshingly simple and appears to be effortless. With that in mind, it comes as no surprise that the photographer born in Kazakstan recently teamed up with the timeless and classic brand Converse. We recently caught up with Alexander to chat about the collaboration and to see what makes him tick. … read more

Photography: Maggie West talks about KISS

Kissing is one of the purest and most universal forms of expressing love and affection. A subtle exchange of breath to a fiercely passionate kiss. If you thought voyeurism was something forbidden these photos will make you change your mind. Known for using tinted lighting, Maggie West talks about her debut book "KISS" and how she captured twenty beautiful couples sharing the sweetness and intensity that comes with a kiss. Happy Valentine's Day! … read more

Poem Baker: Hymns from the Bedroom

Hymns from the Bedroom is the latest photo collection from London photographer Poem Baker.  The series currently has three parts—Baker calls them chapters—covering a period from 2010 to 2015. Baker describes the collection as “a personal journal of friends and people [she’s] encountered whilst wandering around London.”   Poem’s subjects are twenty-somethings “on the threshold of … read more

Chad Moore: The Beauty Of Love And Youth

Take a look at the work of New York-based photographer Chad Moore and you could be instantly transported to a Brooklyn rooftop. His photographs are natural, unstaged, and capture a sense of dreamy but imperfect youth. His images are flawed, full of movement, and faces are often obscured, but the spirit and personality of his subjects remains clear. Either caught off guard or just completely comfortable in his presence, it is this relationship with the people he shoots that allows Moore’s photography to feel so personal. … read more

Ariella Starkman Talks About Her Experience Curating the Bad Girls Club

The topic of feminism is one that has taken many forms over the years. Women and men alike are constantly engaging in conversation about the role of women in society and in the art world. However, there are contentions within the art world for many female artists. Curator Ariella Starkman wanted to keep that mind when organising the Bad Girls Club in Toronto. We talked to Starkman about her experience with “Bad Girls Club” and the challenges involved in striving to create a unifying space. … read more

Brandon Tauszik Talks About Photographing Oakland’s Black Barbers

Brandon Tauszik is a photographer and filmmaker currently based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Well-travelled, his projects often explore moments of daily life just beyond the mainstream. One of his recent projects, Tapered Throne, takes a rare look at Oakland’s black barbers. As Brandon learned, barber shops are at the heart of Oakland’s black … read more