photography

Stereo-Vision: Thoughts on Color in the Work of Lyndon Barrois Jr.

Western philosophy and art history are filled with attempts at mapping out and colonizing the space of color. These attempts...

Arranging It with Care: Brandon Forrest Frederick Explores Futility

“We are all so tired.” “I just want everything to be okay.” “I just want to be happy.” There is...

Christopher K. Ho Tackles Social and Political Amnesia

A few months ago during a radio interview, I was asked whether or not I think all artists should be...

Piercing the Cultural Whiteness: Empathy and Survival Through the Lens of Silvia Abisaab

Silvia Beatriz Abisaab’s practice is one of reciprocity, giving care and attention to her subjects. She uses photography and video...

Michelle Lee Examines Familial History Through the Process of Photography

Michelle Lee is an artist who primarily works in photography and written forms as a way to extrapolate on specific...

Between Here and There: Personal Histories and The Anxieties of Existing at the Margins

Derek Macario looks at the works of Kayla Quan, Michelle Lee, and Carlos Ortiz-Gallo, artists who interpret and share untold...

Silvia Beatriz Abisaab Uses Portraits and Conversation to Uncover Personal Stories

Silvia Beatriz Abisaab explores the appearance and experience of race through interviews, photography, video, and performance. One of Abisaab’s recent...