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Book Review: "SNIK: EPHEMERAL"
Before and during the global pandemic, our friends SNIK in the UK had set out on a series of exhibitions, EPHEMERAL, that displayed the engrossing and all-encompassing nature of their work.
October 13, 2021
Donavon Smallwood's "Languor" is an ode to NYC’s Central Park
With the pandemic at hand and the history of Seneca Village in mind, photographer Donavon Smallwood created photographs of tentative comfort and appreciation as an examination of nature, home, tr
October 07, 2021
Kovi Konowiecki: And in its Place, Another
As the title of Kovi Konowiecki’s debut monograph – and in its place, another – reminds us, we are always and forever subject to the twin certitudes of transience and change. As is the arti
September 29, 2021
Black Diamonds: Rich-Joseph Facun's Photographs of Appalachia
Black Diamonds is a personal endeavor to connect with the Appalachian region photographer Rich-Joseph Facun now calls home. As a person of color, he defines his community based on personal experi
September 21, 2021
Michele Sibiloni Photographs Uganda's Grasshopper Catchers
Nsenene are a delicacy and an important source of income in Uganda. Technically bush crickets but generally referred to as “grasshoppers”, nsenene migrate en masse twice a year, right after t
September 14, 2021
Lucas Foglia's Photographs of NYC the Summer After 9/11
“This is how I remember New York City in 2002. I was 19 years old and had just moved to Manhattan from my family’s small farm on Long Island. It was the first summer after the September 11 at
September 08, 2021
The Flowering: The Autobiography of Judy Chicago
Like the rest of us, Judy Chicago was given extra hours and an empty calendar this past year. Unlike the rest of us, bingeing on cable TV and bemoaning our inability to finish reading a book, Chi
September 07, 2021
Looking Back on Andrea Nelli's Seminal "Graffiti a New York, 1968-1976" Book
Doing some research this week, we wanted to revisit one of the seminal documentations of graffiti and street art, the iconic Graffiti a New York, 1968-1976 featuring the photography of
September 03, 2021
NSFW: Spoke Art Presents a New Exhibition and New Book Release
Depending on your office situation or where you are employed, the concept of “Not Safe For Work” could conjure various meanings. Years ago, a NSFW label on a webpost or even email subject pro
August 05, 2021
Book Review: "Action and Reaction: Anatomy of the Carceral State"
We recently got introduced to a book that deserves everyone's attention both for its unique concept and the way this concept was realized. Pairing up artists who interpreted the stories by t
August 03, 2021
Cammie Toloui: 5 Dollars for 3 Minutes
In the early 1990s, Cammie Toloui worked as a stripper in San Francisco to fund her photojournalism degree. Customers who paid to view her naked body and watch her perform sex acts on herself wer
July 28, 2021
20th Century Summer: An Interview with Greg Hunt on Rediscovering a Golden Age of Skate and Art
“I think that’s one of the things I really love about film, you have to sometimes work to find the pictures that you love,” photographer and filmmaker Greg Hunt told Juxtapoz. “They don't
July 19, 2021
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