Seattle Photographer Detained by Homeland Security
Homeland Security detain a photographer at 1st & Cherry, apparently for photographing the Federal Building.
Sobel v. Eggleston: Color Me Amused
Collector Jonathan Sobel appreciates William Eggleston’s photographs. He must: he owns at least one hundred ninety of Eggleston’s prints. So it came as a bit of surprise when Mr. Sobel decided to sue Mr. Eggleston and his trust last year.
Obey Scoop Law
A photo essay by Omar Willey.
A.D. Coleman’s Light Readings: Criticism as an Ethical Practice
I believe critics have an ethical duty not merely to their readers but also to the art itself. It is their sworn duty to illuminate rather than obfuscate. It is also their sworn duty to protect their art from political and social chicanery. That I believe any of this stems largely from my intellectual encounters with A.D. Coleman over the years.
The October Country: A Photographic Tribute to Ray Bradbury
A tribute to the late master of speculative fiction by Robin Michael Merigan.
Portal Land: A Photo-Sequence
A lovely photo-series by Robin Merigan.
The Warmth of Industry
Photo by Omar Willey
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival
The World’s Quickest Theater Festival is here!
Leash Pets: A photographic series
A photo-essay by Omar Willey.
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