The urban portraits of Tom Ryaboi contrast the geometric exoskeleton of the city with the organic, fragile singularity of the human form which inhabits it.
“I don’t capture moments, I capture ideas.” – Erik Johansson
Review by James McBride
When Paolo Sorrentino, director of The Great Beauty (La Grande Bellezza), is asked about his debt to Federico Fellini, he demurs. Of course, Sorrentino says, the great master has influenced all Italian filmmakers – indeed, filmmakers…
Once A School at IPaintMyMInd Gallery @ Green Exchange saw a great turnout for some stirring imagery by Bill Healy.
Once A School: Photography by Bill Healy opens Thursday, January 30th at IPaintMyMind Gallery (Logan Square).
Daniel Macadam’s photographic screen prints provoke feeling from stillness in an uncanny, pacifying way. There’s something about the lack, the rustic subjects in their open spaces.
Christian Schmidt’s photos are all about perspective. They take raw beauty, tilt the angle, and boom.
Words by Armando Luis Alvarez
Luckily enough, I had the chance to pull aside director Randy Moore, whose first film, Escape from Tomorrow, has been making a buzz as a horrifying depiction of mass-marketed media and falsified happiness gone haywire……
The Fading Nostalgia team utilizes novel visual techniques, including the use of strobe lights and colored gel lights, to throw light on abandoned or forgotten structures in unexpected ways.
Bill Healy isn’t the type of photographer who focuses on stylized, or overly glamorized tendencies. He tells stories by capturing lives with a lens.