Allen Morris
“Photos that comprise this body of work depict the movement experienced while searching through a landscape and are composited with images that concentrate on a solid feature within the space.”
Constructed Paradise
Marc Newton
“This series challenges the romantic ideology found both in nature and the human body.”
The Slow Flight of the Butterfly
Coralie Fournier-Moris
“A trip in Japan, a scar on my back. Now, time is suspended.”
Still Life
Julia Sent
“I believe it is possible to show the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, the beauty of things conventional and unconventional.”
Emel Karakozak
"Woman not only causes a miracle by giving birth, but also has the ability to reconstitute herself spiritually. And she fulfills this by putting herself into the center."
Live Loud
Gita Castallian
"Environmental portraits documenting the heavy metal community in Portland, Oregon. Through my portraits, I delve into the interrelationship of identity and place.”
Touching Memory
Dorothy Brown
"I can tell you a lot of details of my mother’s life, but I am still struggling to understand her. And so I turned to the things she left behind.”
Living for Death
Alain Schroeder
"In the region of Pangala, the Ma' Nene ceremony takes place after the rice harvest. Coffins are removed from their burial sites and opened. The mummies are cleaned and given a change of clothes.”
Double Tree
Gabriele Woolever
“There is a familiarity of presence on the street that is at once public yet intimate, circumscribed yet free. The invisible boundaries of yard and street hold spaces of autonomy - domains, even.”
The Art of Living
Studio Award Winners
From portraiture to street photography, social documentary to pictorial, these works illuminate how we live, where we live, and who we are.
Joshua Sariñana
"I telescope back in time to reconcile distinct representations of past and present self. As I encroach middle age I find myself questioning the accuracy of my memories.”
Art in Movement
Ana Palacios
“Daily life for young people living in the ghettoes of Kampala consists of struggling to survive. In adolescents, music, dance, circus, graffiti and other disciplines can be tools for social change.”