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Doug Fogelson studied photography at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. His photographic manipulations are displayed in notable public and private collections such as The J. Paul Getty Center, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Cleveland Clinic and exhibited with esteemed galleries. He has been recognized by publications including Art News, Photo District News, Art Forum, and AfterImage. Doug Fogelson founded Front Forty Press, an award-winning independent fine art publishing company, and has taught in the Photography Department of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is an advocate for the fine arts and social/ecological sustainability.
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  Inspirations.  
Palmyra, End of March, 2016
Palmyra. City of Mesopotamia, city of the Phoenicians, of the Assyrians, the Greeks, the Persians, a...
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
"Belief in progress is irresistible. In flattering the eye it blinds us. Standing in the middle of t...
Blast
Naoya Hatakeyama was born in 1958 in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Hatakeyama, a student of Kiyoji Otsuji...
Bring the outside in: The houses of Joseph Eichler
“Eichlers,” as they are referred to in California, are midcentury modern tract homes developed b...
Man. Kiki. Lee.
The muses of Emmanuel Radnitzky (Man Ray) "All I need is an onion, a bit of bread, and a bottle of ...
Conformity
“Modern man has become a cog in a very complex society. We live in a society that praises individu...
Uncanny Bodies
There is a space of imagination stretching between brain, lens and body: Photography by Ariana Molly...
Trees in Winter
A series utilizing random patterns in nature to reveal mathematical beauty, by Ansen Seale.
Manufactured Landscapes
We've created landscapes dense with human history, layered with the traces of our experience and cri...
Observatoires
Noémie Goudal is a French artist who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 with an MA in ...
Mass, space, plane and line
"The essence of architecture is the interrelation and interaction of mass, space, plane and line. Th...
Nauru
Nauru was first inhabited at least 3,000 years ago. Inhabitants caught ibija fish, acclimatised them...
Jug
The Jugs’s design process contains a number of phases; each one of the phases was executed by a di...
SCHNAPPVIECHER
The Krampus in Salzburg, Austria was the first beast Charles Fréger encountered during his two-yea...
Superheroes
Paola Mathe, born in Petionville, Haiti, lives and works in New York City. She holds a BA in econom...
The contemporary condition
Fred Guillaud (France, 1973) is photographer, architect and teacher. He lives and works in Barcelon...
Orange mecanique
Philippe Jarrigeon, photographer and publisher, was born in 1982 in France. He graduated from ECAL ...
"I’m an outsider"
Born in New York City in 1928, William Klein studied sociology while enrolled at City College of New...
Sadamitsu Neil Fujita
Sadamitsu Fujita was born in Waimea, Hawaii to Japanese immigrants. He attended boarding school in H...
Stan Galli
Illustrator Stan Galli (1912 - 2009) attended the California School of Fine Arts and was recruited a...
Spacecraft
Raised in Maryland, Nicholas Alan Cope moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and attended Art Center College ...
Josef Sudek
Josef Sudek (b. March 17, 1896, Kolin, Bohemia – d. September 15, 1976) was a Czech photographer, ...
Mirrors
Jeannette Montgomery Barron was born in 1956 in Atlanta and studied at the International Center of P...
Charles Negre
Charles Negre is an independent studio photographer living and working in Paris.
constructing meaning in 3 steps
Frank Hülsbömer was born 1968 in Münster/Germany.
Iraq
Photojournalist Luke Wolagiewicz lives in London. Over the last 15 years he has worked across the Mi...
The Way Of The Light
Vasa Mihich studied at the Academy of Applied Arts, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Mihich has l...
The 2015 best of penccil
This was an extraordinary year. The world went through a series of shocks and shake-ups, and in betw...
Radebaugh and Bohn
Arthur C. Radebaugh (1906-1974) was an American illustrator, airbrush artist, and designer. Some of...
The Other Side
There's always another side, other stories and new faces behind the glamorous curtains of the fashio...
Spatial Objects
Spatial Objects is the result of Dan Holdsworth’s ongoing enquiry into contemporary photographic p...
Hello Winter
Hello winter . A small selection of landscape photography made in the Atlantic islands of Azores dur...
Silent Geography
Silent Geography is a site-specific installation consisting of Hazard's torn paper constructed lands...
Ankara: From pioneering modernism to revivalist mimicry
Ankara: Öncü modernizmden öykünmeci mimesise Murat Germen is an artist using photography as an ...
UN_NATURAL BESTIARY
In this work Andrea Alessio collects, as in an ancient bestiary, a series of animal images. The fore...
ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
I would like to introduce this new series of photos by Andrea Alessio by appealing to an axiom that ...
John James Audubon and the Golden Eagle
R Kikuo Johnson grew up on the island of Maui. He began a career in cartooning and illustration wit...
Behind the walls
Paolo Ventura was born in Milan in 1968. His work has been exhibited in museums and private gallerie...
Lo Zuavo Scomparso
Paolo Ventura was born in Milan in 1968. His work has been exhibited in museums and private gallerie...
Forward Retreat
Mark Tansey was born in California. He attended art classes at the San Francisco Art Institute and s...
Roberto Burle Marx: Landscaping Brazil
Roberto Burle Marx, considered to be the father of modern landscape architecture, was abstract paint...
Technological Exaptation
Images by photographer and set designer Maxime Guyon, currently living and working between Lyon (Fra...
Afflicted Objects
"When I was 22 years old I found myself pacing the hallucinogenic black & white sidewalks of Rio de ...
Parisian Still Lifes
Photographer Romain Bernardie James, born 1980, lives and works in Paris.
Volkswagen Jetta
Herla King,2010-2012. Mirror and colored vinyls & spray-paint on 1984 Volkswagen Jetta. Etienne Bard...
Inside is Out - Outside is In
photography by Thomas Skou, Copenhagen.
Aeronauts
Photographer Benedict Redgrove was born in Woodley near Reading, England. He studied at Berkshire Co...
Ramona Rosales Portraits
Photographer Ramona Rosales lives and works in Los Angeles.
Memory & Form
Paul is an Australian-Taiwanese photographer living and working in New York. He studied in Milano an...
Low Tech
Kevin Twomey´s first study of light came from studying theatrical lighting where he learned the abi...
BRANCHES & TREES
Line structures from branches and trees against the sky or as a reflection
White Rooms
Photographer Wouter Hogendorp from Den Haag documents the beauty of architectural details: light, th...
Dominik Tarabanski
Photographer Dominik Tarabanski was born in Poland. He lives and works in NYC.
New York by Louis Faurer
Louis Faurer (1916 – 2001) was an American fashion and street photographer. The significance of h...
La Estirada
La Estirada by Jordi Canudas: Light experiments based on the idea of capturing light while traveling...
The Long River
Nadav Kander came to China several times in 2005 to 2007, visited 186 cities and traveled along the ...
Things As They Are
Erin O´Keefe is a visual artist and architect based in New York City and New Brunswick, Canada. She...
It Must Be Beautiful
Bus stop embellishments in Belarus. Photographer Alexandra Soldatova was born in 1983. She graduated...
Pryor Console
The CASTE line of furniture and accessories is designed by Ty Best. Ty was born and raised in Montan...
Seventies Portraits
Beautiful black and white portraits from the seventies.
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Laurel Hills Residence
A beautiful example of a contemporary Californian residence, designed by Assembledge architects. The...
Los Angeles
Traveling with Google Maps
Paris
Paris 2019. (C) Mario Gagliardi
The e-scooter Boom
The German Ministry of Transport announced that it will legalize e-scooters as road vehicles. All Ge...
Street Life Tokyo
Photographic impressions in the streets of Japan. (C) Mario Gagliardi
Energy
Every photo has an energy, a direction, and a story. I do not own this story.
Bones, Stones, Sticks, & Stones
Digital photography and manipulation on paper.
Dawson
Yukon Territory, Canada
Territorium: Ars - Techne-Krafts-Cosmovisión
Colección de imágenes que soportan investigación a nivel de postgrado: Maestría Estudios Territ...
Writing & Design
Romantic Modern: The California Architecture of Harwell Hamilton Harris. Writer and Designer, Ted We...
Writing & Design
Casting Shadows, Auguste Rodin. Writer and Designer.
Hoi An
Ancient Town in Vietnam and South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century 2...
worlds of planet earth
A set of photos from different places on Earth. 2018
Holodeck
A vitual holodeck where experimental objects are constantly being built and unbuilt. Move your mouse...
Mechanical Suprematist
Experience interesting architectural compositions being created as you look around. This generator w...
Immersive sketch
Travel through an animated architectural sketch (move mouse to look around): http://mariogagliardi.c...
The shape of clouds
"Outside, the land stretches, empty, to the horizon; the sky opens, with speeding clouds. In the sha...
Painted by Time
Inricate patterns created by lichens, made over time around the tiny cracks of ceramic tiles. (C) Ma...
Charles Tassin
Interior designer Charles Tassin has developed a very personal approach to decoration. Merging the s...
penccil: This was 2017
The penccil year in review is a project selection for 2017, this year curated by Mario Gagliardi. Se...
Wayne Sorce: Urban Color
"Wayne Sorce: Urban Color" is on view from October 21st through November 30th at Joseph Bellows Gall...
The wall
photography and theoretical project about the The seperation wall between Israel and the west bank
Swiernalis
Polish alternative musician Swiernalis
Franz Kline
Around 1950, Franz Kline radically simplified painting: “Instead of making a sign you can read, yo...
Glowscape
Study for a LED light installation. LED diodes are installed on a net of wires and placed over the l...
Jeff Zimmerman
Jeff Zimmermann is a Chicago based artist. Born in Kentucky, Zimmerman spent his childhood among nat...
American Food
Davide Luciano is a New York based conceptual food and beverage photographer and motion artist. His ...
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, Monet was also an avid horticu...
Franz De Lacroix
Model: Franz De Lacroix / Average is Boring Photographer: Paulina Wyszynska
Struth: Nature & Politics
Thomas Struth´s work shows us highly complex equipment, structures and constructions. His pictures ...
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Heartbeat consists of a massive heart glowing to the rhythm of a strong, deep and low frequency hear...
This City
This City is an audio-visual piece performed as musical alter-ego Mark Eats. It explores what happen...
Obsolete Distinction
In contemporary society, the digital world pervades the physical to such an extent that any distinct...
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Italian Republic, 40 masters of photogra...
The Glass House
"This house was Philip Johnson's autobiography—all of his interests were visible, and all of his a...
Design & Politics
Photo series "design and politics" by Philippe Jarrigeon, photographer and publisher, born in 1982 i...
The Oily Actor
“I had been looking around these ideas of systemic crisis, global financial crisis, which is what ...
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
"Julius had an eye for visual drama. With modernist buildings, he loved capturing the strong lines s...
Memories of Ruins: Rebecca Bathory
Finding beauty in darkness, poetry and meaning in the forgotten and surreal, imaginary worlds amongs...
Toshio Onda
Japanese Fashion photographer Toshio Onda studied at the University of West England. He lives in Par...