Guillaume Simoneau is a Montreal based photographer. These images are taken from a body of work titled Love and War, capturing the progression of a relationship between the photographer and a woman named Caroline Annandale, who enlisted in the U.S. army after the events on 9/11.
Andrew Miksys originally from Seattle, Washington, is currently living in Lithuania, where the photographs from the Disko Project are taken. In this series Miksys is exploring the underground countryside Disko culture of Lithuania’s post soviet society. The Disko project is currently in the process of receiving funding to become a self published book through a kickstarter campaign.
Originally from Moscow, Anna Shteynshleyger is a New York based photographer. These images are taken from a body of work titled City Of Destiny.
Bridget Collins is a Brooklyn based photographer. This body of work was shot during a month long residency in Madeira, Portugal.
Over the past ten years Robin Schwartz has developed a collaborative photographic practice exploring interspecies relationships with her daughter, Amelia, and the large variety of animals they interact with. Robin speaks of her photographs as “evidence of an invented world and the fables we enact in that world”.
Originally from Detroit, Lauren Semivan is currently preparing for her upcoming solo show at Bonni Benrubi Gallery this September. Her recent works are beautifully haunting still lifes, evoking notions of subtle narratives through their pictorial charcoal-like physicality.
Santiago and Joe are a Brooklyn based graphic design duo collaborating on video animation work.
Hesitating Beauty is a book of photographs and writing by Joshua Lutz, compiling a conceptual narration of portraits illustrating the artists’ relationship with his mother, and her decent into mental illness. He writes, “she slowly slipped away from the aggressive paranoia of my youth to an almost calming sense of delusion.” Lutz is currently a recipient of the 2013 Aaron Siskind Foundation grant and Professor of Photography at Pratt Institute.
These photographs are excerpts from Nudity Today, a recent book edited by Jesse Pearson and published by ArtBook. The photographs listed are a selection from the work of eleven emerging photographers featured in the book.