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Mark Alor Powell

Mexico City based photography Mark Alor Powell featured interview from Issue #1 – Fragments & Collisions

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Photographs on the Brain #33

“Please note: The work on this blog is not the original work. It is being shown out of context and denuded of content. To see the work as it should be seen, buy the book, magazine, visit a gallery, go to the appropriate website or watch the film. Do not mistake your computer experience for […]

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la familia abrazada #11

©Mark Alor Powell ©Furrukh Khan ©John Goldsmith If you haven’t seen it yet, I suggest you check out ‘Future now cleansed,‘ where Blake Andrews removed children from a selection of famous photographs. INFO la familia abrazada [Flickr] la familia abrazada [Tumblr] la familia abrazada on LPV

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August, 2010 Show #2 – “I don’t like nostalgia unless it’s mine”

©Jean-Marie Le Nezet The second edit comes from the mind of Ludmilla Morais. Editor: Ludmilla Morais Photographers: Darrius Thompson, Jean-Marie Le Nezet, Alessandro Scarano, William Hundley, David Pattinson, Jack David Hubbell, Marja Skotheim Folde, Cees Willems, Jay Divinagracia, Charalampos Kydonakis, Ren Hang, Pierre Wayser, Michael D. Brown, Laura Rodari, Mark Alor Powell, Luis Torres, N. […]

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Photographs on the Brain #28

“ When you realize that you have been with these women and you have left them and broken their hearts — and look, let’s be real here. I don’t own an apartment. I don’t own a house. I don’t own a car. I don’t have any stocks and bonds. All I own are my cameras. […]

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April, 2010 Show – Specialization is for Insects

©James Hendrick “A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a […]

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Book: V.I.P by Mark Alor Powell

My friend and frequent LPV contributor Kramer O’Neill recently made a trip to Mexico.  While there he participated in one of Mark Alor Powell’s photography workshops.  Near the end of his trip he responded to an email I’d sent him with: “I got you an outstanding little gift in the DF.  Don’t let me forget […]

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An Edit of High & Low – by Mark Alor Powell

©Tony Marciante ©Jackson Eaton ©Todd Fisher ©Ralph Pruszynski ©Bryan Schutmaat ©Anton Lepashov ©Ralph Pruszynski ©Ralph Pruszynski ©Hannah Davis ©l_o High and Low was a group edited by Julien Boast and Mike Dennington.  Here’s how they describe it: “Not genre specific. Colour. Photos that are informed by a street photography aesthetic…” High & Low was always […]

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photographs on the brain #5

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November, 2007 Show

Edited by Bryan Formhals Contributors: Nate Shepard, Naveen Jamal, Gareth Jelley, Rose and Olive, Blaise Allen Kearsley, Maciej Dakowicz, Mark Alor Powell, Joe Colligan, Chrischa Oswald, Jamie Stoker, Eddie Geisinger, Tony Marciante, Ben Roberts

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