Four Vignettes With Cocaine

By Luis Antonio Montaña 1. A few months ago, I had the good fortune to attend an extraordinary exhibition of pre-Columbian gold work of the Americas at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. An image from one of the show’s advertisement posters had caught my eye in the subway. It was a…

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Mother and the Boys

By Masha Sha Masha Sha describes her work as an exploration of human nature, specifically in notions of desire, suffering, authority, power, displacement and longing for the undefined, driven by the process of interrogation, which grows from a place of confusion and tensions. In this image we are confronted with the porousness of the boundaries between…

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Soup

By Bri Barton In the irresistible future, there is enough soup for everyone. Everyone throws in what they can, everyone eats together, and everyone helps clean the kitchen. The soup is good and never wasted. Bri Barton is an artist, witch, teacher, and activist. Her work elevates and embodies racial and environmental justice, anti-imperial history, earth worship and defiant…

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Lila: The Divine Play

In this series of digital photos, Adriano Marinazzo plays with drawings on paper on backgrounds with shadows as collage. His work takes on line and shadow studies as application with digital photography. Lines on paper follow the leaves, grass, and the shadows of a forest canopy ––each line a distinct weight and pattern. Each image invites the…

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Between Sky and Earth

In this pair of images, John Chang draws the viewer into a world of contrasts, between silence and sound, light and shadow, serenity and desolation. Chang describes his recent work as the product of searching and migration: people come and go yet no one is seen. The migrators leave their shadows in the air and…

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