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Never Trust Anyone Over 30: The diary29 Project

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Turning 30 is a terrifying thing for a lot of people. As such, year 29 carries quite a bit of weight. So why not do something special to remember your life before the transition into 30dom?
That is exactly what artist Nicole Kenney has done with her personal story project, diary29. That magical number, 29, also [...]

Call for Submissions: Kodak’s What’s Your Story Flickr Pool

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Photographs always tell a story. I mean, whether or not the story is interesting is another matter all together, but the fact remains that the story is there. It’s documented evidence of an event that you simply cannot deny.
The Kodak-sponsored What’s Your Story Flickr Pool is a great place to share the photographic evidence of [...]

One Naked Larry is Not Art

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Slate is a like a box of chocolates. Some days it runs a big piece on Bill Clinton and black voters, others days the top story is about a photographer obsessed with naked people. Today it was the latter, a piece about Spencer Tunick, One Naked Person Is Art (How About 600?). What do I [...]

Back of the House: A Photo Essay By Michael Harlan Turkell

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

It’s easy to like Michael Harlan Turkell. When the New York City-based photographer walks into Public (voted Best Brunch by TimeOut New York, by the way) he warmly greets the staff, already hard at work prepping for the long night ahead. It’s a little after 10 in the morning. Turkell apologizes for running late (he’s [...]

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