Laura Letinsky
Laura Letinsky
Laura Letinsky

Laura Letinsky

anticrap:

Gimme, gimme shelter

anticrap:

desert forest

anticrap:

I recorded the Rio Grande this evening, gonna edit a video tonight

Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"
Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"
Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"
Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"
Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"

Frankie Carino

"I feel that most photography is very limited by its installation. I’ll mount a photograph draped onto the floor or making a 90* turn, and it’s still a photograph. I am interested in the limitations that photography has acquired and its tight definitions; through installation I find I am able to exploit the expectations of photography"

Greg Halpern
Greg Halpern
Greg Halpern

Greg Halpern

Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica
Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica
Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica
Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica
Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica
Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica

Jan Rosseel, Litho Belgica

Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani
Yoshinori Mizutani

Yoshinori Mizutani

Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn
Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn
Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn
Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn
Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn

Jan Rosseel, Belgian Autumn

Laurencja Zurek

Suzanna Zak
Suzanna Zak
Suzanna Zak

Suzanna Zak

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