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R. J. Kern

"Annabelle and Friend, Anoka County, Minnesota, USA", 2017, archival pigment print, 24.5" x 32", © R. J. Kern

"Annabelle and Friend, Anoka County, Minnesota, USA", 2017, archival pigment print, 24.5" x 32", © R. J. Kern

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101 maoloe white finish, 3/4" spacer, 1/2" strainer

101 maple photo frame, white opaque finish,  spacer, and strainer

About the photographer

Kern’s photography is firmly rooted in presenting the human affect on the landscape and an inquisitive exploration of humanity through man’s relationship with domestic animals.

“Kern’s evocation of nature as a device to understand his own sense of self draws upon historical precedence: the use of animals as metaphor and the pastoral tradition. yet the artist’s broad concept—his exploration of identity—is firmly grounded in a contemporary context. This tightly knit series of images, which together characterize the author, is common to our age of social media. Kern’s aesthetic, however, emphasizes clarity and projects a warm stillness that is a balm to an overstimulate society. This contrast, too—the ties to digital media and the rejection of its characteristics—deepens his pastoral project.” .—Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator, Photography, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Paul Raphaelson

Sweet Ruin Bin Distributor, 27" x 40", archival pigment print © Paul Raphaelson Photography
Sweet Ruin Bin Distributor, 27" x 40", archival pigment print © Paul Raphaelson Photography

"Sweet Ruin Bin Distributor", archival pigment print, 27" x 40", © Paul Raphaelson Photography

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101 maple pickled white finish, spacer & strainer
101 maple pickled white finish, spacer & strainer

101 maple photo frame, pickled white finish, spacer, strainer

About the photographer
In 2013, Paul Raphaelson received permission from the developers of the Domino site to explore every square foot of the refinery just weeks before its gutting and demolition. Raphaelson is the last photographer given access to the factory.

atsuko morita

Photographer: Atsuko Morita
Photographer: Atsuko Morita

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101 maple clear finish & spacer
101 maple clear finish & spacer

About the photographer
Using a pinhole camera I crafted specifically for this project, I have captured one moment from each day in my life. The photos are clustered by month, with a small portion of the negative exposed for each calendar day.

Herman Mhire

"Rue de Buci 1”, 2017, archival pigment print, 29” x 21.5” © Herman Mhire
"Rue de Buci 1”, 2017, archival pigment print, 29” x 21.5” © Herman Mhire

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About the photographer

"My current body of work is based upon photographs I took in the spring of 2017 on my way to the Taschen bookstore on the rue de Buci in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. As I walked by a vacant boutique whose windows had been whitewashed from the inside, I observed broad white brushstrokes merged with reflections of facades on the opposite side of the street. Remnants of posters taped to and subsequently torn from the boutique windows were juxtaposed with voids permitting views into the boutique's interior where discarded furniture had been stacked haphazardly. I was intrigued by the multiple levels of reality before me and began to make new images based upon this experience.”

Herman Mhire

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