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Hoflehner’s Patience
Written by Mateus Andrade Silence, secluded and empty spaces are the main themes of the body of work titled Patience from the Austrian photographer Joseph Hoflehner. Showcasing unique locations as perfect examples of the dynamic between man-made

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Yes, Master: “In Service” by Julia Fullerton-Batten
Written by Anna Canlas   Photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten explores the decadence of the Edwardian era in her new series, “In Service.” Recreating the abusive relationships of the wealthy with their servants, she staged vignettes that depict episodes of exploitation, some of them sexual in nature. “I was fortunate to find three stately homes

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Guda Koster’s Surreal Photography
Dutch installation artist and photographer Guda Koster‘s work is both jarring and appealing. Central to her photographs are the clothes, which she feels are both functional and revelatory in a photograph.

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Big Head Poetry by Maia Flore
It’s not the first time that we are seeing Hair portraits (see Hair’em Scare’em Book cover), also this “Big Head Poetry” series by Maia Flore integrated tiny details such as flower, hair clip or

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“A Moment’s Reflection” by Cody William Smith
Nevada-born photographer Cody William Smith‘s work ranges from portraiture to pure landscape, but the common thread throughout his body of work is a serious appreciation of the natural scenery of California and Nevada, particularly the mountains, national parks, and coastlines that define the terrain.