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Phytophile by Bela Borsodi featured in Collector Daily

Friday July 19, 2019

By Olga Yatskevich

The Austrian photographer Bela Borsodi grew up in a family of artists, and he naturally absorbed their creativity and artistic sensibility, which had an impact on his own life path. He came to New York in the early 1990s, ended up staying, and has made a successful career in fashion photography, creating still lifes that playfully challenge our perception. His images cleverly bring together reality and imagination, often incorporating optical illusions and constantly exploring and posing questions. Borsodi often builds the sets for his photo shoots from scratch, saying that they are “an integral part of his imagery and conceptual process.”...

Paige Powell featured in Interview Magazine

Tuesday April 23, 2019

By Sarah Nechamkin

"Once upon a time, in the disco ball-refracted distant past of 1980, a girl from Oregon headed to New York City with dreams of bumping elbows with Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Her wish came true — and with flying colors. She would soon become an advertising associate and later, an associate publisher, of Interview Magazine, then under Warhol’s watchful, and always sardonic, eye."...

Paige Powell featured in L'Officiel USA

Thursday April 18, 2019

By Cullen Ormond

"At first mention, it could be surprising to hear that names such as Basquiat and Cunningham were featured in her book, but she was friends with them and ran in their circles. She relocated to New York City from Portland in the 1980s and began as the advertising associate and then the associate publisher of Interview. She was one of the first artists to record footage on camcorders. While popular in the New York scene, she decided to return to her roots in 1997 to document rising artists there and work as an animal-rights activist..."

Paige Powell featured in The Cut

Tuesday April 16, 2019

 By Emilia Petrarca

This week, Gucci and Dashwood Books will publish an entire book of photos featuring famous artists eating. They come as part of a set highlighting the life’s work of photographer Paige Powell, who captured artists like Andy Warhol eating, drinking, working, and playing with animals in New York City throughout the ’70s and ’80s...

Khichdi (Kitchari) by Nick Sethi selected as one of the best photo books of the year by the NY Times Magazine

Tuesday December 18, 2018

By Teju Cole

A photo book is a stubbornly old-fashioned technology. It allows for some experimentation, with scale, paper and color, but it is ultimately a sequence of photographs printed on paper and bound into a portable volume. In a time of a torrential flow of online photographs and omnipresent video, such material simplicity is almost quaint. But a form invented in the mid-19th century remains one of the most vivid ways of conveying the power of images...

Khichdi (Kitchari) by Nick Sethi featured in Dazed

Thursday December 6, 2018

Interview Thora Siemsen

“I was born in Maryland, and moved to Florida when I was 11. From the age of 12, I started going to punk shows. I used to play in bands, but I was never really any good. I still wanted to be part of that scene, especially once my friends started going on tour. I always loved touring because it was a means to get in a van and leave South Florida, which is pretty isolated. So I started roadie-ing and selling merch, and I decided to take photos as a way to participate. I ended up really...