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A selection of images from “When the Neighborhood’s Not Looking”, a series and subsequent photobook by Philadelphia, PA-based photographer Billy Cress. A self-described “self-taught art photography hobbyist”, Cress’ work ranges from street photography to still life.

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A selection of images from New York City-based fashion and portrait photographer Valerie Chiang. Inspired by both vernacular snapshots and the canonical artists of the golden age of editorial photography, Chiang's work straddles the line between vintage emotionality and an elegant, modern aesthetic.

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A beautiful collaboration between Toronto-based cinematographer and photographer Peter Hadfield and graphic designer Cameron McKague. Featuring 48 images of drained public swimming pools, the project is a critical exploration of Western society’s relationship with water. Each limited edition copy comes with a watercolour reproduction by Hadfield and all proceeds will go to Water First — a Canadian charity dedicated to addressing water challenges in Indigenous communities. See more images from “Drought” below.
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Canadian photographer Landon Speers brings his visual and musical practices together with a series of landscapes set to original compositions. Currently based in Brooklyn, Speers wrote and recorded many of the tracks during the travels that also produced the project’s imagery. The result is a collection of ambient accompaniments to moments of stillness from areas both rural and urban:
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Artist Oliver Jeffers is now 6 years into The Dipped Painting Project, an elaborated and multi-faceted exploration of the effect of time on one’s memory (we previously featured a video about the project here). Evolving across various countries and venues, the collection of paintings, performances and interviews generated over a proposed ten-year period will ultimately appear in the form of a feature length film and retrospective.
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An otherworldly series by Italian photographer Luca Galavotti. Featuring the seemingly martian landscape of Lanzarote, part of the Canary Islands archipelago, “Lava” captures the dramatic shapes and colours of ferrous surfaces, carved stratifications and fields of petrified lava. Modified over centuries yet conveying a sense of timelessness, Galavotti’s images are just as much about the inner meditations evoked as the actual outward displays.
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Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Eugénie Frerichs is currently based in Ojai, CA, where she spends much of her time thinking, reading, and making photos about water, drought, adaptation, and resilience.

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