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Artists Talk Back: Clarissa Bonet

In this ATB conversation @ClarissaBonet talks about her love for Pink Floyd and the psychological qualities of her photograph “Spilt Milk” from the series ‘City Space’. https://vimeo.com/521898416

Artists Talk Back: Shana ParkeHarrison & Liat Elbling

In the final installment of our first Artists Talk Back Shana and Liat talk about the balance of being both an artist and a mother, and looking back to earlier work in order to gain new understandings of process. 

https://vimeo.com/520072427

Artists Talk Back: Liat Elbling

In this second portion of Artists Talk Back, artist Liat Elbling discusses how a family portrait became her most important piece of work and her admiration for the very first photograph that was ever taken.

https://vimeo.com/518874662

Artists Talk Back: Shana ParkeHarrison

Introducing "Artists Talk Back", a new three part video series where two artists individually answer a set of five questions and then are given the chance to ask one another a single question. We’re kicking this series off with Shana ParkeHarrison, one half of the husband and wife duo, as she discusses their piece entitled "The Scribe", and the film work of Theo Angelopoulos and Andreis Tarkovsky.

Decisive Moment: Reflections on a Thirty-Three-Year Journey, as Chicago’s Photography Doyenne Catherine Edelman Closes Her Gallery

Great article except I kept the gallery

When Edelman was unsure what her next move would be after completing her undergraduate studies, she took Martínez-Cañas’ suggestion and applied to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Edelman arrived in Chicago in 1985 to attend SAIC for her graduate degree in photography, planning to become a photographer. In her second…

These Photographs Of Urban Constellations Might Really Make You Think

The sense of wonder one feels standing at a window and overlooking a city at night is hard to replicate — but Clarissa Bonet is fantastic at visualizing what it means. The fine art photographer takes it an elevated approach to the usual hustle-bustle of street photography and focuses on the points of accidental connection between a person and the unique light that comes with living near tall buildings.