Author Archives: Maggie Meiners

Book Review: Anna Fox’s Resort I

    Anna Fox Resort I  Anna Fox’s documentary of contemporary British holiday culture, Resort I, gives us insight into a cultural phenomenon that has 75 years worth of history.  Fox’s documentation of Butlin’s resort, in the seaside community of … Continue reading

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Book Review: staking claim: a california invitational

Staking Claim is the second of a three-part series which began in 2010 as part of the Museum of Photographic Arts’ (MOPA) triennial series. Its purpose is to celebrate numerous established and emerging artists who reside and make work in … Continue reading

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Maurice Renoma @ Bertrand Delacroix Gallery

Maurice Renoma: “Modographe” November, 14-December, 14, 2013 Betrand Delacroix Gallery 535 West 25th Street New York, NY www.bdgny,com  

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Taisuke Koyama @ METRONOM

  Taisuke Koyama: Rainbow Variations and Other Works October 12-November 30, 2013 METRONOM 142 G. Amendola, Modena, ITALY www.metronom.it  

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Simon Harsent @ Black Eye Gallery

  Simon Harsnet: The Beautiful Game October 2-27 Black Eye Gallery 3/138 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst, Sydney www.blackeyegallery.com.au  

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Ellie Davies: Forest Stories @Moscow’s Patriarshie Prudy

Ellie Davies-Forest Stories: Autumn September 20-October 20, 2013 Moscow’s Patriarshie Prudy http://whyforest.com/en/      

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Book Review: People In Trouble Laughing Pushed To The Ground

MAPP, the premier illustrated digital publisher, has recently come out with some new titles, one of which includes a digital edition of People In Trouble Laughing Pushed To The Ground, a collaborative project by Adam Broomberg and Adam Chanarin. This … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elliot Erwitt’s “KOLOR”

It’s not every day we get to see a whole other side of a prolific photographer, such as Elliot Erwitt.  But that is exactly what his newest book portrays; his editorial and advertising images are not discriminatory, yet capture the … Continue reading

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Interview with photographer and Filter Photo Festival Founder – Sarah Hadley

Maggie Meiners: When did you know you wanted to pursue photography as a career? Sarah Hadley: I was 19 and an intern at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. The exhibition that summer was “Boston Now: Photography” and I … Continue reading

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