"In Car Girls, the Dutch photographer Jacqueline Hassink spent five years photographing car shows in seven different cities across three continents in order to examine how major car brands use their ideal images of feminity to market theri products and define their corporate identity".

Michael Najjar will be participating at the 7th International Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art from September 4 - October 28. The Clouds ⇄ Forest exhibition is curated by Yoku Hasegawa. 

Richard Renaldi's Manhattan Sunday slideshow featured in The New York Daily News.

Matthew Albanese crafts a moving miniature landscape using household materials.

Jacqueline Hassink's Car Girls (2002 - 2008) is on view at "Autophoto," a new exhibition at the Fondation Cartier in Paris that explores the myriad ways cars have become entwined in our lives.

Ashley L. Voss looks at Corinne May Botz’s exploration of the strange world of standardized patient interactions.

 Christopher Payne photographs an Airbus A321 being assembled over the course of six months in a new facility in Mobile, Ala. for The New York Times.

"Massimo Vitali’s newest pictures seem to deliberately underplay this people-centricity a bit, reasserting the weighty primacy of the land and highlighting the impact humans have had upon it"