I come from there and I have memories
born as mortals are, I have a mother
and a house with many windows
some of my pictures up on Gyroscope :)
bushwick last night.
recent point and shoot pictures.
June 2014 Poster
Photographs by Nathan Bajar
Digitally Printed, 11” X 17”, Double-sided, Folded, Edition of 100
excited for these!
look for these at:
printed matter in nyc
ooga booga in Los Angeles, CA and at their Chinatown NYC location
Monograph Books* in Portland, Oregon
some pictures from a family gathering this past weekend.
four pictures from this past four day weekend :)
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Papersafe Issue #02: Keepers of the Dark
5.5” x 8.5”, 70 pages, soft cover, perfect bound, edition of 75.
$15 (+ shipping: $4.95 US/$15 International).
Last chance ~
lol caught in the act.
"behind the scenes" of this picture
a few pictures from mother’s day :)
"Over the past decade Soth and Ethridge have become ubiquitous; both appeared in the Whitney Biennial (2004 and 2008 respectively), both showed at Gagosian (Chelsea and Beverly Hills respectively) and both have published numerous books while maintaining high-profile professional careers in editorial (Soth with a Sunday Times Magazine cover) and commercial (Ethridge with a W fashion spread) photography. While neither has received a high profile museum show, it seems to be only a matter of time. By any standard they have been the most successful photographers of the last decade, spawning a photographic approach that can be spotted in a generation of photographers like Christian Patterson, Daniel Shea, Joshua Lutz, Greg Halpern and countless recent MFA shows. This style of work is a hybrid of Soth’s traditional narrative style, where the picture contains a clear well crafted idea, and Ethridge’s free-form editing, where placing a vernacular image next to a large format landscape, next to a black and white snapshot, next to a drawing, is all fair game and hopefully creates meaning."