Hip Hop Honeys, the new series by Brian Finke, documents the voluptuous women who star in rap videos. With exclusive access to shoot on set, Brian captures a behind the scenes look at the models of Hip Hop. His portfolio is featured in a recent Vice Magazine interview with Jeff Janvier of Face Time Agency, one of the leading casting agencies in New York for urban music videos.
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Korea – Korea, the latest book by architectural photographer Dieter Leistner, gives us an objective look at the duality of North and South Korea. Born and raised in Germany, when the country was divided by East and West, Dieter found a personal connection to Korea. Both segregated countries experienced similar stories of families being torn apart, fatal consequences of those who dared to escape, and the brutality of prisons and work camps. The contrast of North and South is evident through side by side comparisons of similar locations. Included are writings from the diaries of German native Philipp Sturm, who accompanied Dieter to Pyongyang, and German born Hehn-Chu Ahn who was raised by Korean parents and often visited Seoul. The book is available on Amazon and Gestalten.
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Franny’s, the nationally known Brooklyn Italian restaurant, is famous for its simple and remarkable dishes. The recipes are now available in Franny’s: Simple Seasonal Italian cookbook published this month. Written by owners Andrew Feinberg and Francine Stephens, the book features beautifully photographed dishes by John von Pamer. Whether making pizza dough and sausage from scratch or preparing complex seafood and pasta plates, John captures the process and end results in full-color glossy detail. Purchase your copy today on Amazon.
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Mikael Kennedy‘s polaroids will be on display this weekend at Joint Project 2, the new series of pop-up happenings in Nashville, curated by Susan Sherrick and Libby Callaway. The second project will center around a motorcycle and car theme featuring ’60s and ’70s photography. The show will include works by Caroline Allison, Yve Assad, William Claxton, Bruce Davidson, Barry Feinstein, Allen Ginsberg, Leon Levinstein, Danny Lyon, Jim McGuire, Joel Meyerowitz, Heidi Ross, Phil Stern, William Stewart, Dennis Stock, Scott G. Toepfer, and Joshua Black Wilkins.
Location: 516 Hagan Street, Nashville 37203
Friday, June 14
Gallery and Filth Mart store, 11 am – 9 pm
Yakitori dinner by Otaku South, 6-9 pm
Live music from Kings of the F**king Sea, 8 pm
Saturday, June 15
Gallery and Filth Mart store, 11 am – 5 pm
Gallery talk with curator Susan Sherrick, 11:30 am
BP x JP2 car and motorcycle rally, 12 noon – 5 pm
Sunday, June 16
Gallery and Filth Mart store, 1-5 pm
to learn more about joint, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Freelance Sports photographer, Pete Goding, will be exhibiting in Edinburgh, Scotland starting on June 15th at the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling. The exhibit “From the Tour De France to Mountain High” captures some of the most memorable moments in professional cycling including an exclusive preview from his upcoming book, Mountain Higher. Goding’s first book “Mountain High” has been translated into 10 languages and was a finalist at the 2012 Sports Book of the Year Awards. Signatures by Sir Chris Hoy and David Millar, framed prints, and a Revolution Belter bike will be auctioned off at the end of the event hosted by Newhaven Communications. All proceeds will go to Trinity Hospice to commemorate author and friend Lisa Lynch.
Mountain Higher by Pete Goding and Daniel Friebe is set to release September 2013 by Quercus Books.
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Todd McLellan shows us a different perspective of everyday objects in his book, “Things Come Apart: A Teardown Manual for Modern Living”. 50 items ranging from high tech gadgets such as an iPod and Blackberry, to older objects like an 80′s walkman and 10-speed bicycle are deconstructed and documented. Every single bit and piece is laid out and arranged then photographed from above. The photo collection also shows the disassembled pieces free falling through the air. McLellan’s book was published on May 31st and is currently the #1 Best Seller in Photography / Graphic Design books on Amazon.com.
Aside from his book’s success, McLellan’s image of a dismantled ATM machine is featured in the article “Who Made That?” of New York Times Magazine’s Innovations Issue now on newsstands.
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Two of Joel Redman‘s photographs from the series “French Shrimpers” have been selected by The Royal Academy of Arts for the Summer Exhibition 2013. Showing more than 1,000 works of contemporary art, the 245-year-old exhibition will run from June 10th through August 18th in London.
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Jonathon Kambouris’ recent work is shiny, solid and strong. His metallic accessories photo spread features a Valentino studded minaudière, Salvatore Ferragamo bag, and Louis Vuitton Necklace among others for the June 2013 issue of Marie Claire.
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