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· Photography's Ontology by Debra Klomp Ching
PQ#99, guest edited by curator and gallerist, Debra Klomp Ching of the esteemed KLOMPCHING Gallery, brings forth a fascinating dialogue on the current state of Photography's Ontology as seen through the works of emerging image-makers from around the globe whose artwork mine the edifice and artifice of the photograph.
They include Marc Baruth (Germany), Matthew Baum (NYC), Alejandro Chaskielberg (Argentina), Beth Dow (Minneapolis), Dong Yoon Kim (South Korea), Curtis Mann (Chicago), Chris McCaw (San Francisco), and Helen Sear (England)
· Curtis Mann interviewed by Larissa Leclair
Virginia-based writer and curator Larissa Leclair discusses the process and motivations surrounding Mann's haunting imagery which begins with mining the troves of imagery found on the website Flickr.
Helen Sear by Addie Vassie |
British writer and curator Addie Vassie explores the evolution of Helen Sear's work as it has shifted from traditional to digital methods and how the artist's hand has remained evident in the work of Sear.
· Photography Now selections by Debra Klomp Ching.
PQ #99 Guest Editor Debra Klomp Ching selected six photographers for PQ's annual Photography Now competition, including Jeffris Elliott, Martine Fougeron, Jessica M. Kaufman, Andrea Land, Adam Magyar, and Stephen Storm.
· Noted Books including book review of Eugene Richards' Procession of Them, (University of Texas Press) by Sarah Rogers.
· In Light: