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Posted by The Center on August 14, 2010


(Photo credit: Massimo Cristaldi, from the Insulae series)

// Massimo Cristaldi‘s nocturnal photography series Insulae was recently featured on the New York Times Lens blog. Cristaldi will also exhibit at the Samuel Maenhoudt Gallery in Belgium, Oct 2 – Nov 2, 2010 and in late October at the Farmani Gallery in New York City.

// Sarah Small recently launched her Tableau Vivant project on kickstarter.com
Click the image above to watch her video about the project. Looks like a fantastic party!


(Photo credit: Isa Leshko, The Wave from the series Thrills and Chills)

// Isa Leshko‘s Thrills & Chills exhibition catalog has been added to the holdings of the Southeast Museum of Photography Reference Library in Daytona Beach and the Houston Center for Photography. The catalog is also in the collections of the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, the Boston Public Library in Boston, MA, and the Indie Photobook Library in Arlington, VA.
Check out Leshko’s Thrills and Chills project as featured on NPR’s Picture Show in April.

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NEW VISIONS // MASSIMO CRISTALDI

Posted by The Center on February 3, 2010


(Photo Credit: Refinery Flock Triptych (Panel 1) by Massimo Cristaldi)

“This project, [which] starts from the utilitarian relationship between flocks of birds and the heat emitted by a Refinery, investigates [the] precarious equilibrium between industries and animals—between manmade artifacts and Nature.”

Massimo Cristaldi’s photograph Rifinery Flock Triptych (Panel 1) from his Refinery Flocks series was given the Director’s Honorable Mention in the “New Visions” exhibition. Cristaldi’s series depicts the fluid intuitions of bird swarms. In his own words, Cristaldi uses his series to present “a certain ‘synergy’ between the monstrous products of progress and natural species.”

More of Massimo’s work can be found at:
http://www.massimocristaldi.com

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