Annotated Images
Imagery produced or enjoyed by one (1) Gregg Evans, photographer, Brooklyn, NY. http://greggevans.net
Andrew and I in Bed.  2014.  (Work in progress).

Andrew and I in Bed.  2014.  (Work in progress).


Packing list for the Wassaic Project.  Leaving Wednesday!  Kind of freaking out.

Packing list for the Wassaic Project. Leaving Wednesday! Kind of freaking out.


Scanning before work & still running slightly ahead of schedule.  Score.

Also, I really like the over the shoulder gaze / “richter” turned away face apparently.

Scanning before work & still running slightly ahead of schedule.  Score.

Also, I really like the over the shoulder gaze / “richter” turned away face apparently.


ryannolenlowry:

Writer Jesse Ball for Nylon Guys.

I don’t know who this writer is, but I really enjoy this photograph.

ryannolenlowry:

Writer Jesse Ball for Nylon Guys.

I don’t know who this writer is, but I really enjoy this photograph.


harrygouldharveyiv:

benmcnutt:

I am thrilled with the continual outcome and reception of my wrestling series as I push even further into the work. 

I am selling some 8x10” and 5x20” prints  from my  wrestling work to help cover the costs of expenses for the continuation of the series. All prints are being sold at a pay what you can donation,with a suggested donation of 30 + $3 for S&H.

The images pictured are all for sale.
Click here to donate. Please specify what prints you would like when donating.
Click here to see images in the print sale!

Questions??? Interested in art not pictured here??? please email bmcnuttphoto@gmail.com

I am so fortunate to have a great community and am always grateful. If you cannot donate but can even reblog, that is equally as helpful and appreciated. 

- Ben

Consider purchasing one of these prints, Ben’s photography is great. Not only will you have signed prints from an up and coming artist, but possibly an investment it what appears to be a bright future for a talented artist.


la-beaute—de-pandore:

Collier Schorr
The rivalry between God and other gods, 2002

la-beaute—de-pandore:

Collier Schorr

The rivalry between God and other gods, 2002

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bremser:

Katy Grannan

bremser:

Katy Grannan


Roe Ethridge at Andrew Kreps.

Super rough/free floating thoughts while I work this show out:
Ethridge talks a lot about “fugue states” and sequencing work for the world of the book in the press release for this show… I mainly see kitsch and nostalgia. Regardless, I keep thinking about the images in this show. I don’t really know if I fully “get” it, but I’m interested in the sense of fluidity in the work. I left with the sense that there isn’t really a single direct narrative or reading of the images… Which is interesting. It’s kind of like Ethridge took a series of photographs that fit into different camps of his work as fashion photographer, personal snapshots, and nostalgic still lives and jumbled them together to see how they relate. It’s as if he’s inviting the viewer to create a narrative, while purposely disrupting any chance at narrative possibility. It’s the sort of thing he’s done many times with his work in the past (Le Lux, Rockaway Redux, etc), and trying to force some sort of resolution on a body of his work has always felt kind of frustrating and pointless to me… So it seems better to let them float unmoored from their original intentions and appreciate them on their own, rather than analyze them within some vague relationship to time, weirdly Oedipal nostalgic depictions of women, and mass produced products/advertising/”high culture”. They refer equally to the past and the highly contemporary present in a way that sort of makes my head spin, so I’d rather just be like “hey, there are some really weird and great images in here… Glad I stopped in here on my lunch break” and leave it at that.