Manipulation Through Repetition: A Photo Essay by Carson Lynn
At the cornerstone of my art is photography’s inability to be an accurate form of representation. The photograph, at it’s core, is unreliable and corruptible. In a way, it’s the ultimate tool of censorship, with the photographer being in total control of what an audience is allowed to see.
New York City’s Non-Profit Art Spaces: A New Common Ground
New York City’s art community continues to change as fast as social media. It seems like only yesterday when everyone, with an interest in art, had boarded a plane several times a year to follow the art fair spectacle as it rotated through cities such as Miami, Hong Kong, Cologne, Berlin, London and Paris.