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1900s, Ghastly And Ghostly With Herve Lewandowski

RMN has a collection of photography by Hervé Lewandowski entitled Album de photographies spirites : spectre et voiles. The black-and-white and sepia images from the 1900s are subtly haunting and feature multiple exposures of people in Victorian-era garb. If you’ll look closely, you’ll see many of the same recycled images in various degrees of focus....Read...
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Antonia Martinez, Jim Vecchi, Lori Waselchuk At Blue Sky Photography Gallery

antonio martinez Martinez will be showing a 6.5-minute film entitled Near The Egress, which is a compiled stop-motion animation using a series of black-and-white film prints. — jim vecchi Jim Vecchi creates conceptual photographic images which focus on minute details; his latest series — and the series on display at Blue Sky Photography Gallery —...Read...
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Nick Beery’s Zombie Rappers

I’m going to preface this post by saying that I am deeply afraid of zombies. We all have our irrational fears, and mine happen to include being cold, the texture of chalk, and above all else, zombies. So when I say that I absolutely love Nick Beery’s zombie rapper series at Urban Light Studioss, you...Read...
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It’s Grits Short Film Review (1978)

It was the perfect setting for the classic food film, It’s Grits: a sweltering 90+ degree Sunday in a big tent, with everyone fanning themselves with their program booklets, in a venue called the Tobacco Warehouse. It felt like being in the Deep South, the home of grits themselves, with one exception; it was the...Read...
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Good Vs. Evil Zine #5!

Issue #5 of Good Vs. Evil zine features 84 pages of art on the theme of “Man Vs. Metal”! It’s limited to 150 copies. Not enticed? Here are some sample images for your eyes! Artists in the issue include: KOKOFREAKBEAN MICHAELA COLETTE ZEKE CLOUGH ALEXANDER BINDER ARNE MENSCH BENEDIKT RUGAR JON VAUGHN JASON OVERBY E...Read...
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