Jennifer Mien Mien Lin

Transparency in Three Dimensions

A Photographic Portal into the Soul of a Woman

 

by Misha Beiser

Jennifer Mien Mien Lin’s artistic style and personality leave a deeply moving and motivational impression on all those who interact with her and her photographs. Her work “began as a way of being heard; of not being silenced anymore,” as she puts it. >>READ MORE

the owl girls

by Anna Khachatryan

A Devil was born from trees, sun, petals of red roses and shattered glass and becomes a shadow.>>SEE MORE

VISIONARY IMAGE-MAKER TOMAAS

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RAPHAEL MAZZUCCO'S ICONIC ART PHOTOGRAPHY

While Raphael Mazzucco made a name for himself in the world of fashion photography, today he’s an artist that seamlessly weaves his trademark photography into his obra maestras, which are a celebration of both the female form and the natural environment.  >>READ MORE

While Raphael Mazzucco made a name for himself in the world of fashion photography, today he’s an artist that seamlessly weaves his trademark photography into his obra maestras, which are a celebration of both the female form and the natural environment.  >>READ MORE

WAXING ETERNAL

Beeswax sculptor LeRone Wilson bridges the ancient with the present; the spiritual with the physical

By Sophie Baron

As the New York art scene's size continues growing, and becomes ever more varied and diverse, it can be overwhelming to keep up with all the talent circulating around. Yet, there are those artists one sees whose work is just so imbued with unique personality and passion that it is immediately unforgettable. >>READ MORE

 

Anna Khachatryan's welcoming pop surreal

Friendly Disturbance

by Noah Berlatsky

Anna Khachatryan's welcoming pop surreal

Anna Khachatryan's work encapsulates a blend of fine art, pop culture, and fashion. Though she hails from Armenia, her photographs and videos are set mostly in globalized, iconic, commodified spaces, as if she's engaged in off-kilter, broken branding exercises. Her photographic series "People Toys," designed by Khachatryan  herself and photographed by her regular collaborator Sona Mongol Mkrtchyan, features three individuals in dark clothes and Mickey Mouse masks. They clamber around on playground equipment with an alley in the background. In one scene, garbage cans overflow in the distance as one Mickey stands on a jungle gym and the two others flank her, holding on, everyone's mask smiling with  adisturbing, unholy cheer.>>READ MORE

 

Photographer Eric Almas

Richard Taittinger Gallery

BY DOUGLAS GRAY

 

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