I’ve posted these two Doug Dubois Fototazo interviews before, but I’ve been coming back to them again and again recently, and they’re so incredibly rich in detail, information and help for photographers going through an editing process.
If you are unfamiliar with Doug’s ‘Last Day At Seventeen’ project, its a fascinating body of work about a community in transition in Ireland. Probably the best that will ever be made in this current climate.
M U L T I S T A B L E
10.23-11.23 @ The Owl : 1522 e 12th St. Austin, TX
featuring works by Casey Wilson, Arnaud Lajeunie, Theo Mullen, Maxime Guyon, Bobby Scheidemann, Sam Mapp, and Thomas Albdorf
curated by Sarah Duncan
I’m very happy to be hanging alongside these artists. A really wonderful show.
The photographer Allen Frame, who draws inspiration from literary fiction and film noir, has an archive of images that evoke menace, intrigue, and sensuality—quintessential themes in Roberto Bolaño’s mystery novels. A look at nine of Frame’s photographs used for Bolaño covers and additional work in a similar vein: http://nyr.kr/1c5EKNi
Top: “Mariachis, Mexico City” (2000).
Bottom-Left: “View of Rio de Janeiro” (2006).
Bottom-Right: “Florence” (1996).
All photographs courtesy Allen Frame/Gitterman Gallery.
Lame, Lewd and Depressed presented by Co-Lab Projects and Russell Etchen at 721 Congress, Austin TX. Works by Lane Hagood, Mark Flood, and Jeremy DePerez.
Artist Jack White speaking about his painting to CAMH’s Fact Team earlier today. FAQ Team will be offering tours of Outside the Lines starting mid-November. Check our website calendar for more information.
I heart Jack White
Winslow Laroche's stuff is killing it!
Do yourself a favor and check it out if you haven’t already.