Now: Here: This
February 2, 2007

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Harold Wallin
Washington Heights, New York City


I have been thinking about a quote from a friend of photographer Nakahira Takum,Taki Koji, who said, "A photographer must sustain genuine clarity of seeing, while striving to discover the world in a way that others cannot...The photographer draws ever closer to an as
yet invisible reality...Seeing...requires a redefinition of one's relation to the world one inhabits. This is why the question 'what can
photography do?' always seeks the unknown.

Peter Ferko
Washington Heights, New York City

coffee cup

Nothing on my mind should be made public, until I'm in a better mood...

Claire Adas
Lambertville, New Jersey

window water painting
digital video

I don't want to wish time away, but sometimes I feel as though I have to survive the winter--I have to pull my whole family through it. I wonder if it's the vestige of some instinct from before people had the possibility of living safe and warm indoors, well-provided for.

New York City

Alphabet City Walk

Mascot [framing] Studio is having it's 9th annual dog art show to coincide with the The Westminster Kennel Club at Madison Square Garden. This is my first time entering and since I always send my cute dog pictures to my brother, I had to scrounge. I was re-inspired by Harold Wallin's new photos of abstract letters which helped me choose a neighborhood and dog outfit.

Stephen Beveridge
Hemet, California


New York on my mind. These traces are of planes heading back east.

Rosa Naparstek
Washington Heights, New York City

For Valentine's Day 2/14/07
photo with text

Chihuly In The Park

My mother once stood under this tree
When the leaves were bright and green
Her arms out stretched and with a smile
She asked to stay there for a while.

My mother once stood under this tree
When the leaves were brown and yellow
Barely aware that I was there
She cried for all her sorrow.

When in the park the other day
I remembered her another way
And myself a little girl alone
In search of words for this love poem.


Anthony Gonzalez
Washington Heights, New York City

untitled - detail of work in progress
acrylic on plywood panel

This mural project approaches completion. I've lived with these creatures for the past few months and watched them evolve/transform before my very eyes - parting will be difficult.


Jacie Lee Almira
Falls Church, Virginia

Four Portraits

Took a break from photographing my daughter for the millionth time. Looked around and found subjects all over the floor. My husband asked me why my camera had turned to Gigi-Raffe and Mr. Hippo. I had no answer but was giddy with excitement.

Karen Greene
Washington Heights, New York City



Nick Holliday
Great Barrington, Massachussets


I recently finished my "In Cold Blood" project, making a piece corresponding to each page of the book throughout 2006 and the first part of this year. Toward the end, I had begun to portray the murdered family as butterflies. The book ends with a brief scene at the Clutter graves in the cemetery. I made this piece as a memorial to Herb, Bonnie, Nancy, and Kenyon Clutter, who were killed on November 15, 1959.


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