Tag Archives: Lee Gumienny

Whiskey Sour

Whiskey Sour Cocktail – “something resembling or suggesting such a drink as being a mixture of often diverse elements or ingredients.” Raoul Gatepin, Ali Bosworth, Sabino Aguad, Bryan Schutmaat, Milica Balubdzic, Alison Scarpulla, Kyle Scully, Delaney Allen, Lee Gumienny, Nathalie Weiswasser, fatjohn, Max Peake, Tom Forde, Taylor Loftin,  Pol Bassal, Stefano Marchionini, Samantha Casolari, Tamara Lichtenstein […]

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Altered States of Agoraphobia #2 – The American

©Jonathan Young The Altered States of Agoraphobia is a psychological, geographical and cultural investigation into the United States of America today by what I call its ‘Resident Aliens’. It is a contemporary photographic exploration into both the psyche of the artist and also a document of the world in which he or she inhabits and […]

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August, 2010 Show #3 – “I don’t like nostalgia unless it’s mine”

©Charalampos Kydonakis The third and final edit was by James Hendrick (I like to call him ‘The Professor.’) Editor: James Hendrick Photographers: Ry Nokins, Charalampos Kydonakis, thisisp, Adam Chidell, Donato Buccella, Gillian Crosson, Jesse Wright, Scott W. H. Young, Eiki Mori,Christian Fossati, Pierre Wayser, Hannes Caspar, Daniele Argentiero, Simon Courcha, Lee Gumienny, Wojtek Kutyla View […]

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December, 2009 Show – Rive

photograph ©Gustaf Eriksson 2 a : to divide into pieces b : fracture Contributors: Ben Roberts, Ramanan Sivaranjan, Kramer O’Neill, Andrej Filev,  Kirill Kuletski, Mitchell Cde Baca, Grzegorz Jaworski, Benedetta Falugi, Jared Iorio, Chuck Patch, Ben Anderson, Alex JD Smith, Lee Gumienny, Michael Cinque, Gustaf Eriksson Edited by Bryan Formhals VIEW SHOW

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Photographs on the Brain #25

“The “photo – blog” will reach some kind of precipice / tipping point. More innovations will be offered (which is true every year), but I see more personal narratives gripping us rather than the same old, same old. Already it appears as if our community is in danger of becoming formulaic, although there are of […]

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