Marshall Scheuttle’s America

Photographer Marshall Scheuttle travels across the country, bringing his lens to bear on our nation’s cultural patchwork. In his work, desolate landscapes are occasionally dotted with a baptism or bolo tie, a snake charmer or carnival worker.  It is a world that is lonely, powerful, surreal, and distinctly American.  Read More >


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Mou Hoo’s Abandoned Space

Decaying structures house the oddest assortment of memories.  Without an explanation for why it’s there, a newspaper on the wall of an empty room can get pretty Murakami-esque.   Mou Hoo, a young photographer working out of Beijing, explores the mysterious clutter of abandoned buildings. Read More >


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Yan Wei’s Nursery of the Netherworld

Yan Wei is a Beijing-based artist with a style reminiscent of horror manga illustrators like Hideshi Hino, yet very much her own.   Her ink portraits of children belong to a vision of Hell far more unnerving than any blunt pit of fire.  Read More >


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