Delaney Allen’s mystic photographic oeuvre

Delaney Allen’s alluring art practice consists of the capture of photographs of landscape, still life, and the self portrait, implementing intricate focus on texture and composition from the world around her. Allen’s landscapes stand out immediately in their ephemeral notions. Seeing  the artist’s images, one sees things that they normally wouldn’t experience, even if they were…

Polarity by Jonas Larsson Folkeson

Swedish photographer Jonas Folkeson takes the most infinitely ephemeral moments and encloses them within his stark, pouring images. The artist captures his work in a manner that allows the viewer to share the experience as if they were present and close with the subject. This series of work makes no attempt to define anything, to…

Streetside contemporary photography by Bert Danckaert

Working out of his native Antwerp, Belgium, photographer Bert Danckaert has made a name for himself with his incredible street side photographs. His photographs are special in that they mimic with texture and color different fields that we have become accustomed to in painting, but not in traditional photography. It’s almost as if Danckaert sees…

Alternative abstract photography by Tatiana Gulenkina

Russian-born photographer Tatiana Gulenkina pushes contemporary abstraction in the photographic medium with every one of her projects. The one primarily featured here consists of long-exposure shots of large bodies of colored ice, melting over a six hour period. As Gulenkina works with both traditional darkroom methods of photo capturing as well as more modern methods,…

Don Eddy’s photorealistic altarpiece paintings

Represented by Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York, Don Eddy juxtaposes his painted snapshots to create multi-faced works that feed the viewer a sequence with which one can find infinite contrasts, similarities, and dialogues. Don Eddy was born in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California and went on to receive his BFA and MFA in Hawaii…

Exclusive shadedminds interview with photographer Doug Tolman

Doug Tolman is a young photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah who uses traditional photo developing techniques to add an incredibly raw feeling to his specially captured meetings between perception and nature. The artist created his latest body of work in an extensive trip through Central America with which he hoped to spark a…

Kate Steciw’s spliced internet collages

Brooklyn-based artist Kate Steciw’s sculptural and photographic collage pieces take fragmented pieces of color and images from the internet and “interrogate the relationship between reality and virtual representation, splicing together a disparate group of objects that mirror how internet is consumed;”. Her artworks are primarily made up of images inspired from events in popular culture. However, when…

Insightful and personal photography from Mona Kuhn

Born in Brazil to parents of German heritage, photographer Mona Kuhn has since relocated to the United States where she received her formal training in the art world and currently resides and works. Kuhn is most widely recognized for her large-scale dreamlike photographs that oftentimes depict the human form. The artist has an unusual approach…

Unique experimental photographs from Matthew Brandt

Young photographer Matthew Brandt, based in Hollywood, California, has brought radical new experiments to the field of photography with his ingenious artworks that at times seem to make perfect sense, and at times seem to blow the mind away, but all of his pieces are beautiful and natural combinations for an rather experimental orthodox form…

Jim Shaw’s contortion of past pop culture

Artist Jim Shaw became famous for his collection of thrift store paintings that were displayed by prominent galleries and received  much criticism and applause. However, his personal work has a much bigger impact when soaked in by the beholder. The artist uses his vast collection of pop cultural artifacts in his work either as inspiration,…