This year definitely flew by much more quickly than I thought. Felt like it was only a month ago that I was setting things up for this Collection, and here we are, it’s June.
I have been missing my family a lot, even though I just saw them last month. Maybe it’s just a thing that happens when you get older — you think about your family more, who your people are, and what happens to them as we all get older together. …
We are getting back into it — hopefully with a more regular programming. I am sure that some of you have noticed that I started migrating some of old Lintroller Online content into TAGTAGTAG’s website (Sorry for messing up your URLS!) Not everything is up here yet, rest assured that we are working on it, slowly but surely.
“In the City” is TAGTAGTAG’s first Collection. An online only Edition that explores the anxieties and excitement around living in a…
Ian Lewandowski has been photographing people since he picked up his first camera. In his ongoing body of work, Lewandowski creates laborious portraits using a large-format view camera. A process that is generally uncommon today, Lewandowski refers to an archive of images that he collects — then translate into his portraiture work. Through a process of collaboration with his subjects, Lewandowski creates an ever-expanding world that resists a sense of hierarchy.
Lorena Endara is a photographer from Panama City who is currently based in Los Angeles. She is a member of FotoFéminas, a collective of female photographers from Latin America.
In “Love is Not a Drug” Endara seeks out the unfamiliar based on a simple premise that is oddly familiar. She photographed a street that shares her name: Lorena — as a way to calibrate herself to her new surroundings and to continue to hone her voice as an artist. During the process, Endara discovers a community of people that sincerely open themselves to her lens. …
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