Are Fireflies Disappearing?

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Untitled (19), 1996 � Gregory Crewdson First it was bees and now fireflies? There has been much anecdotal evidence that fireflies populatio...

Photographer #130: Nelli Palom�ki

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Nelli Palom�ki, 1981, Finland, released her book Elsa and Viola in 2009 in an edition of 300 copies. Nelli focuses in her black and white p...

Photographer #129: J Bennett Fitts

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John Bennett Fitts, 1977, USA, is a photographer with a focus on emptiness. In his series No Lifeguard On Duty he made large color photogra...

A Few Questions for Chris Verene

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� Chris Verene, 2007 I�ve been familiar with Chris Verene�s photographs since I started graduate school at the School of Visual Arts in 200...

Photographer #128: Christian Tagliavini

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Swiss/Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini, 1971, presented his new series to the world only a few days ago. The series 1503 are nine ...

Photographer #127: Li Wei

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Li Wei, 1970, China, has exhibited his work all over the world and has been in an amazing number of publications. The photographs are a mix ...

Photographer #126: Pieter Ten Hoopen

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Pieter Ten Hoopen, 1974, Netherlands, left for Sweden in 1999 to study photojournalism at the Nordens Fotoskola, since then he has been livi...

A Line Describing The Sun

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William Lamson is a fellow POCer and one of the most original, witty and creative artists working today. For his latest project, A Line De...