Up currently at Bash Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the show “Rough & Ready Sideshow" by photographer duo Ransom & Mitchell who are known for their haunting photographs. The duo creates their imagery through old school techniques, often setting up very elaborate sets to photograph in and complex makeup as well as modern, digital matte painting for touch-ups.
Photographer Ian Ruhter - who gave up his life savings to convert a old van into a mobile camera - will be having a solo show of his large, silver plate photographs created with the camera entitled “Silver and Light" at Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles, California on October 16th. These images are remarkable and well worth a visit if you’re in the area. You can see more below.
Lovely landscape photography by Suzi Sadler. See more below.
Photographer Shaun Roberts spent a day with sculptor and visionary artist Ron Ulicny in Portland, Oregon following him as he searched out interesting items at various thrift stores and worked on his art in his crammed-full-of-curiosities studio. Ulicny, originally from the East Coast, has a preternatural ability at transforming the familiar into a dimension of unfamiliar that excites and creates confessions from within like, “It’s better Ulicny’s way.” Check out over 30 images of a day in the life of Ulicny below:
After photographing and printing out a photograph of a reflective sheet of paper artist Ed Spence very meticulously cuts out square after square of the original photograph and rearranges the new pieces one by one in a completely new sequence. The result is stunning. See more below!
IN THE STORE