In a Garden of Strange Fruits: Interview with Lucas Blalock on A Grocer’s Orgy

In the In-Between While artmaking is often cited as a system of creative problem solving, a search for pathways to convey an idea alternatively to the conventional, Lucas Blalock's work creates problems. His pictures are often anti-resolutions, disembodied and boiling in predicament... This post In a Garden of Strange Fruits: Interview with Lucas Blalock on A Grocer’s Orgy appeared first on In the In-Between.

Human/Nature: A Conversation with Lucas Foglia

In the In-Between In Foglia's work, the environment is not just a setting for a story to take place - a field of characterizing details - but an essential subject of the story itself in the photographer's quest to reveal the complicated relationship we have with a natural world. Lucas was kind enough to answer some questions about his practice. This post Human/Nature: A Conversation with Lucas Foglia appeared first on In the In-Between.

Anything Goes with Everything is Collective

In the In-Between Everything is Collective is a trio of artists, Aaron Hegert, Zachary Norman, and Jason Lukas, who together create collaborative images, books, and exhibitions. The pillar of their practice is an ongoing self-published book series, Deliberate Operations, which presents collections of images that are ping-ponged back and forth between the three to create shared theoretical and visual responses to a range of issues within the context of digital experience. This post Anything Goes with Everything is Collective appeared first on In the In-Between.

lone hunter by Julianna Foster

In the In-Between lone hunter is a book and series of photographs. The corresponding images and text teeter between fact and fiction, creating a non-linear narrative. The selection of images when shown independently as a book or series, represents two different narratives that question the chronology of time and how we navigate memory, what we choose to keep and what we let go of, and how memories are manufactured... This post lone hunter by Julianna Foster appeared first on In the In-Between.

Space of Possibility: A Conversation with Barry W. Hughes

In the In-Between Barry W. Hughes' NEOP series has been ongoing since 2013 and represents an open-ended exploration of photography's capacity to register our scientific and cultural relationship to outer space. The varying visual strategies that make up Hughes' ongoing collection of photographs utilize staged fictions, still life constructions, and facsimiles as stand-ins for... This post Space of Possibility: A Conversation with Barry W. Hughes appeared first on In the In-Between.

The Present is Female: Women Steal the Show at AIPAD 2018

In the In-Between The boldest, most challenging, and most socially relevant works at the fair were all produced by women. It was refreshing to see that contemporary dealers are closing the gap of representation equality, and that talent is surpassing maleness as the definitive criteria for contemporary gallery rosters. This post The Present is Female: Women Steal the Show at AIPAD 2018 appeared first on In the In-Between.

The Present is Female: Women Steal the Show at AIPAD 2018

In the In-Between The boldest, most challenging, and most socially relevant works at the fair were all produced by women. It was refreshing to see that contemporary dealers are closing the gap of representation equality, and that talent is surpassing maleness as the definitive criteria for contemporary gallery rosters. This post The Present is Female: Women Steal the Show at AIPAD 2018 appeared first on In the In-Between.

Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi

In the In-Between For nearly five years, Peruvian-born, Seattle-based artist Rafael Soldi has transformed loss and uncertainty into a profound, sometimes abstract photography series Life Stand Still Here. It branched from an earlier project based on a sudden breakup and evolved into a murky succession of images that connect Soldi's deeply personal moments with grander, more universal struggles. Using a range of techniques including still life, abstraction, and a large-scale grid of photobooth portraits, Soldi asks viewers to consider the connection between his experiences and their own.  This post Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi appeared first on In Continue reading "Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi"

Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi

In the In-Between For nearly five years, Peruvian-born, Seattle-based artist Rafael Soldi has transformed loss and uncertainty into a profound, sometimes abstract photography series Life Stand Still Here. It branched from an earlier project based on a sudden breakup and evolved into a murky succession of images that connect Soldi's deeply personal moments with grander, more universal struggles. Using a range of techniques including still life, abstraction, and a large-scale grid of photobooth portraits, Soldi asks viewers to consider the connection between his experiences and their own.  This post Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi appeared first on In Continue reading "Internally Yours: A Conversation with Rafael Soldi"

Picture, Paper, Friend, and Flesh: An Interview with Paul Mpagi Sepuya

In the In-Between I first encountered Paul Mpagi Sepuya's work when I walked into his 2017 solo exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City.  I didn't so much view his pictures as I did stare at them, trying to reconcile the spatial constructions, to untangle the delicate knots of reference and self-reference, seeking to decode anonymous flesh of male forms, and trying to figure out where any given picture starts or ends; This post Picture, Paper, Friend, and Flesh: <br> An Interview with Paul Mpagi Sepuya appeared first on In the In-Between.

Picture, Paper, Friend, and Flesh: An Interview with Paul Mpagi Sepuya

In the In-Between I first encountered Paul Mpagi Sepuya's work when I walked into his 2017 solo exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City.  I didn't so much view his pictures as I did stare at them, trying to reconcile the spatial constructions, to untangle the delicate knots of reference and self-reference, seeking to decode anonymous flesh of male forms, and trying to figure out where any given picture starts or ends; This post Picture, Paper, Friend, and Flesh: <br> An Interview with Paul Mpagi Sepuya appeared first on In the In-Between.