Blisner, IL is now shipping worldwide direct from fourteen-nineteen. Pre-orders have shipped, and postcard/bookmarks are being sent this week.
Currently you can see physical copies (and signed ones while available) at International Center for Photography, Dashwood Books, and Farewell Books (Austin). An update of stores stocking will come in a couple of weeks as they ship out. If you’d like to see it carried in a store near you, please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for all the support.
Super stoked to see this in person. Buy one and support a guy making good interesting and culturally relevant work that is smart and also beautiful. #fanboy
Oranbeg Press is proud to release our first annual for NET exhibitions NET TEN.
Big thanks to Max for creating a really great and special show with these amazing artists!
Make sure to check out the PDF!
Also, here is a special link to download NET 1 through 10 in one go.
Excited to be in this and share images from my new series through it - thanks Orenbeg Press and Max Marshall!Check out the PDF to see more
Here is a little sneak peak of Oranbeg NET 10 our first annual where there is no open call and the guest curator/curators seeks out artists for the online exhibition and PDF.
Oranbeg NET 10 will be released 10/10/14
Updated my site recently to include some things I’ve been working on as of late, including:
- an introductory essay for a book I wrote on ceramics
and a bit more - click HERE to take a look :)
“Every photographed object is merely the trace left behind by the disappearance of all the rest. It is an almost perfect crime, an almost total resolution of the world, which merely leaves the illusion of a particular object shining forth, the image of which becomes an impenetrable enigma.” — Jean Baudrillard.
Hi. My book Two Years is now available for sale online.
Most orders will ship starting October 1st when I am back from the NY Art Book Fair.
Pick up the book at www.ryanlowry.bigcartel.com or at the Fourteen-Nineteen table at the NY Art Book Fair at PS1.
I am also having a small book release at Front Room, on October 17th, located at 1839 w. Thomas #3 Chicago IL 60622. Hope to see you there, I’ll post more about that later.
Excited to be a part of this!
You can now pre-order The Photographic Dictionary’s 1st Alphabet Book!
All pre-orders include three 4x6” prints by Sara Cath, Ryan Duffin, and Bobby Scheidemann
Cover photo by Nicolas Polli
Johnny De Guzman
Sam A. Harris
Casey James Wilson
Very stoked to be included in a project with these incredible photographers!
Three 4x6 prints are included in every pre-order
I don’t have paypal account.sorry.
Submissions for The Photographic Dictionary’s 1st Alphabet Book close on Monday, September 1st. http://thephotographicdictionary.net/submit
The precise nature of the physiological attraction of television has yet to be specified, and may never be, but a huge amount of statistical and anecdotal evidence obviously has confirmed the truism that it has potent addictive properties. However, television posed the unusual phenomenon of an addictiveness to something that failed to deliver the most basic reward of a habit-forming substance: that is, it provides not even a temporary heightened sense of well-being or pleasure, or a gratifying if brief fall into insensate numbness. Moments after turning on a television, there is no detectable rush or charge of sensation of any kind. Rather, there is a slow shift into a vacancy from which one finds it difficult to disengage. This is a decisive trait of the era of technological addictiveness: that one can return again and again to a neutral void that has little affective intensity of any kind. In the widely noted study by Kubey and Csikszentmihalyi, the majority of their subjects reported that extended TV viewing made them feel worse than when they did not watch, yet they felt compelled to continue their behavior. The longer they watched, the worse they felt. The hundreds of studies on depression and internet use show similar kinds of results.
Et tu, tumblr.