Works by :
Ann Woo, Coley Brown, Daniel Gordon, Jaap Scheeren,
James Nizam, Jason Nocito, Jesper Ulvelius, Jérémie Egry, Jinjoo Hwang, Marcelo Gomes, Marlon Rabenreither, Michael E. Northup, Mikaylah Bowman, Misha De Ridder, Nicholas Haggard, Nina Hartmann, Patrick Tsai, Paul Schiek, Sam Falls, Sol Hashemi, Tim Steer, Willa Nasatir, and Young Kyu Yoo
Born in Hong Kong, Ann Woo is an artist and lives in New York. Woo studied at the International Center of Photography in 2007. Her work has been featured in various publications including Lay Flat, Vice, PIN-UP, Marilyn Magazine and was exhibited at the Bond Street Gallery, New York, Scope Basel, and Scope New York. Most recently, her work was exhibited at Philips de Pury in London and acquired by the Zabludowicz Collection.
Jason Nocito is old. Really old. How old is he? Just ask, if your lucky he may digress into stories about squatting, old hard core shows, how to give a homemade tattoo, or growing up inside a birdshop. In fact, Jason is a little bit like an old bird or parrot squaking in the corner to entertain us all. Just when we have let our prententions and hearts to be melted by his stories and almost forgotten the parrot was there he snaps. Seeminging insignificant gestures are transformed when reproduced by Jason into something pungent, vulnerable, raw and beautiful. He also currently contributes regualrly to Muse, The Fader, Dazed and Confused. In 2008 he released his first book with Aperture called “Loads” , and is currently working on his second book to be released in 2010.
(Nijmegen, 1979) Photographer, lives and works in Amsterdam. In his own works as well as in commissioned work he tries to stay on the narrow path of reliability. He is focussed on the estrangement and pretty environment and its inhabitants. He made three publications, The Black Hole (i.c.w. Anouk Kruithof), Oma Toos and a Slovakian fairytale book called 3 Roses, 9 Ravens, 12 Months. All images courtesy of the artist/ Flatland Gallery, Utrecht.
James Nizam is a visual artist living in Vancouver. He completed a B.F.A. at the University of British Columbia in 2002. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally; selected exhibitions include the Surrey Art Gallery, the Or Gallery, Gallery Jones, Gallery 44 (Toronto), Scalo Guye Gallery (Los Angeles), and Toronto Image Works. His work has been reviewed and published in Flash Forward, Border Crossings Magazine, Canadian Art Magazine, Vancouver Review, The Vancouver Sun, The Toronto Star, The Globe & Mail, and The Georgia Straight. His work is in several private collections and was acquired by the Bank of Montreal Collection.
Marcelo Gomes is a Brazilian born photographer who lives in New York City. He’s a contributor to New York Magazine, Double, The Journal, Dossier Journal, Dazed and Confused, The Last Magazine, The Wire and others. His first book of photographs, “Love and Before, Green and After” was published by Hassla Books in 2008, a follow up book, also by Hassla, will be published this Christmas, called “Taciturn Heart”. Marcelo is represented by Dream the End in New York City.
Sam was born in San Diego (1984) and raised primarily in Vermont. He graduated from Reed College in Portland, Oregon and is currently finishing his MFA at ICP-Bard in New York. He has several self-published books out now and Color Dying Light recently published by Hassla. Upcoming is a group exhibition/auction with Blind Spot at the X-Initiative in December, a solo show at Capricious Space in June, and a monograph with Lay Flat, out summer 2010.
Originally from California, Nicholas Haggard currently lives in New York and works with the picture agency, Tinker Street. His works are personal documentaries that establish loose narratives with some of the people he feels most connected to.
Misha de Ridder (1971, NL) lives in Amsterdam. His photographs demonstrate an experience of nature. Recently his work was included in ‘Dutch Seen: New York Rediscovered’ in The Museum of the City of New York (USA).
Jesper Ulvelius was born in 1984 in Stockholm, Sweden. He is aquiring his BA in Photography at Gothenburg University. Jesper has been published in Dazed & Confused, Vogue, Neon, Adbusters, Pig, and Capricious.
Patrick Tsai was born and raised in America, but has spent most of his adult life living in Asia. His photo diary with his ex-partner in China entitled My Little Dead Dick has been exhibited around the world and has been featured in various magazines including Vice Magazine’s Annual Photo Issue and Foam Magazine. He is currently living and working in Tokyo.