Now Here Then featured in the Tennessean

Monday October 5, 2015

By Megan Kelley

"With the turning leaves, autumn brings with it themes of resilience and re-envisioning as part of the October/November exhibitions at David Lusk Gallery Nashville: Huger Foote’s "Now Here Then," celebrating the release of Foote’s second monograph publication through a series of archival pigment prints,and "Time of Day," Vadis Turner’s first solo exhibition at David Lusk featuring a series of textile-based works, small fabric and mixed media collages, and new large fabric/paint/resin works."

Danny's Lot by Jocko Weyland featured in Vice Magazine

Wednesday August 5, 2015

By Jonathan Smith

"If you lived in New York City in 2009, you remember the stories about the "dumpster pools" set up in an undisclosed lot somewhere in Gowanus, Brooklyn. They were the stuff of legend. New York in the summer is basically a crematory made out of asphalt and trash, so when rumors of an oasis amid the warehouses in south Brooklyn began to circulate, things escalated quickly. The now-defunct DIY magazine ReadyMade broke the dumpster pool story but withheld the location in a nice attempt at keeping the small space under wraps. After ricocheting around the Brooklyn blogosphere for a couple...

Nicolas Torres, Chicha Dreams in Collector Daily

Wednesday March 4, 2015

By Olga Yatskevich in Photobooks/ March 4, 2015

"JTF (just the facts): Published in 2014 by Dashwood Books (here). Softcover, 54 pages, with 52 color photographs. First edition of 500 copies. Includes text by Alfredo Villar. The photographs were drawn from the collections of Leticia and Stanislas Poniatowski, Anna Gamazo de Abelló and Alexis Fabry. 

Comments/Context: Chicha Dreams is the first photobook featuring the work of Peruvian photographer Nicolás Torres. Coming from Cajamarquilla, a poor working class neighborhood on the outskirts of Lima where he at one time made a living working as a bricklayer, Torres bought a camera in the late 1970s and started photographing birthdays...