27” x 35.82” (image + 1” border)

27” x 35.82” (image + 1” border)

 

Jean-Vincent Simonet

Jean-Vincent Simonet's practice fuses analogue images, digital techniques, collage and montage with remarkable fluidity. His work is permeated by a sense of overload, exuberance and entropy. Body and decor, nature and artifice, poses and emotions collide and merge into the poetics of excess that forms the basis of the photographer's research. Jean-Vincent Simonet (b. 1991) graduated from ECAL in 2014. He is based in Paris and Zurich where he juggles between commissioned photography, editorial and personal explorations.

Media: It’s Nice That

 
27” x 32.53” (image + 1” border)

27” x 32.53” (image + 1” border)

 

Joshua Olley

Joshua Olley (b. 1991) lives and works in New York City. Olley studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and graduated from NYU. Paradigm Publishing released his monograph Cry Like A Man in 2018.

Media: The Heavy Collective

 
27” x 33.08” (image + 1” border)

27” x 33.08” (image + 1” border)

 

André Viking

André Viking (b. 1989) is a Danish visual artist currently living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark. After graduating from Copenhagen Film & Photography School in 2012, Viking completed the General Studies Program at The International Center of Photography, where he was awarded two ICP Director’s Scholarships.

 
19” x 24.83” (image + 1” border)

19” x 24.83” (image + 1” border)

 

Jean-Vincent Simonet

Jean-Vincent Simonet's practice fuses analogue images, digital techniques, collage and montage with remarkable fluidity. His work is permeated by a sense of overload, exuberance and entropy. Body and decor, nature and artifice, poses and emotions collide and merge into the poetics of excess that forms the basis of the photographer's research. Jean-Vincent Simonet (b. 1991) graduated from ECAL in 2014. He is based in Paris and Zurich where he juggles between commissioned photography, editorial and personal explorations.

Media: It’s Nice That

 
19” x 25.65” (image + 1” border)

19” x 25.65” (image + 1” border)

 

Jenna Putnam

Jenna Putnam is an American visual artist, writer, and poet based in Los Angeles and New York City.

Media: Hero Magazine

 
19” x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

19” x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

 

Amy Li

Amy Li - 李嘉瑜 (b. 1988, New York) is an artist focused on the photographic medium- still & motion. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. Li earned a BFA in Photography from University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Her work has been featured in Booooooom, Paper Magazine, and The Fader among others.

 
 
19 “x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

19 “x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

 

Fabrizio Albertini

Fabrizio Albertini (b. 1984) graduated in Film Direction and Production at the International Academy of Audiovisual Sciences CISA Pio Bordoni (Lugano - Swiss). He has published three monographs: The Mecca of Coney Island (2014), Diary of an Italian Borderworker (2016), and Radici. 

 
19” x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

19” x 23.25” (image + 1” border)

 

Julien Sage

Julien spent a few years at CalArts, and now he lives in LA.

Media: PHROOOM

 
19” x 23.5” (image + 1” border)

19” x 23.5” (image + 1” border)

 

Ryan Molnar

Ryan Molnar (b. 1992) graduated from San Francisco Art Institute in 2017 with a BFA in Photography and New Genres. His work has been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad. Recently, Molnar and Jack Bool exhibited Performance Anxiety at Hit Gallery in San Francisco.

 
19” x 24.66” (image + 1” border)

19” x 24.66” (image + 1” border)

 

Justin Kaneps

Justin Kaneps (B. 1989) received a BFA in Photography from The Art Institute of Boston. He now lives in San Francisco, CA. Kaneps was selected as one of PDN’s 30 New Emerging photographers to watch in 2017. His early work includes a long-term series covering coal communities in Appalachia. While he maintains a strong affection for anthropologic documentary work, he has spent the last few years shooting for editorial clients including, but not limited to, The California Sunday Magazine, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Surface Magazine.

 
19” x 24.66” (image + 1” border)

19” x 24.66” (image + 1” border)

 

Dylan Hausthor

Hausthor received his BFA with Honors from Maine College of Art and his work has been showcased nationally and internationally. He founded Wilt Press in the spring of 2015 and currently works as a cinematographer, bookmaker, photographer, and editor of Wilt Magazine from an island in Maine.

Media: Nava x Romke Hoogwaerts x Dylan Hausthor

 
19” x 23.26” (image + 1” border)

19” x 23.26” (image + 1” border)

 

Sergiy Barchuk

Barchuk stays busy shooting highly original work for a long list of influential clients. He studied in NY, and now he is based in LA.

Media: Tank Magazine

 
19” x 27.89” (image + 1” border)

19” x 27.89” (image + 1” border)

 

Jacob Porta

Porta resides in Stockton, CA. He is responsible for possibly the greatest image and caption combination ever posted on Instagram. The caption posted with this image is as follows: “Yeah, man, I guess I can pay rent this month.”

 
19” x 26” (image + 1” border)

19” x 26” (image + 1” border)

 

Justinas Vilutis

Justinas Vilutis is a photographer and artist whose current practice is focused around photography, sculpture and research, referencing influences ranging from Honey Boo Boo to psychoanalysis and dialectical materialism. Having just completed his studies at ECAL in 2018, he uses intricate multilayered set design, saturated and sleek surfaces, liquids and plastics in order to achieve an image of a melting, hyperreal, eroticized terrain.

Media: It’s Nice That

 
19” x 27.5” (image + 1” border)

19” x 27.5” (image + 1” border)

 

Jiro Konami

Konami (b. 1986) is from Tokyo. He has had a prolific editorial and fashion career ever since seriously pursuing the medium at age 20. A few years ago, he relocated to NYC.

 
19.25” x 23.56” (image + 1” border)

19.25” x 23.56” (image + 1” border)

 

Amy Harrity

Harrity dropped everything at 21 and moved out West from Kentucky. Her ability to form relationships between natural light and subjects is exceptional. Commissions keep her busy and traveling (Vogue International, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Levis, etc), though she finds time to create compelling personal work.

 
19.25” x 23.86” (image + 1” border)

19.25” x 23.86” (image + 1” border)

 

Austin Shafkowitz

Shafkowitz graduated from SVA in 2018. Primarily taking place on the road, Austin’s work deals with themes of solitude, loneliness, and the desire to connect. This image is from his (I Wish You) All The Best project.

 
17.33” x 25” (image + 1” border)

17.33” x 25” (image + 1” border)

 

Michael Ast

Photographer, publisher and printmaker Michael Ast (b. 1973) resides in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He works as a photojournalist and commercial photographer. His personal work has been exhibited internationally, and he has released 3 monographs.

 
19” x 25” (image + 1” border)

19” x 25” (image + 1” border)

 

Tim Barber

Tim Barber grew up in Amherst Massachusetts, lived for a few years in the mountains of Northern Vermont, studied photography in Vancouver B.C. and now lives in New York City. A photographer, curator and designer, Barber founded the online gallery and image archive tinyvices.com (2005-2012), which evolved into time-and-space.tv (2013-2016), a curated community platform for artists. Barber co-curated the inaugural New York Photo Festival (2008), curated & edited a series of five monographs published by the Aperture Foundation (2008) and launched the independent publishing house TV Books (2008-2010). He is represented commercially by Supervision.

Media: RxArt

 
17.44” x 25” (image size + 1” border)

17.44” x 25” (image size + 1” border)

 

Aaron Stern

Aaron Stern is an artist and author living in New York City.  His photographs, books, poetry and curatorial projects have appeared in publications and institutions such as International Center for Photography, Paris Photo, Los Angeles Art Book Fair, and Index Art Fair.