Issue 100 - July 2017

From the Assistant Editor:

Holy smokes, Issue 100! We are so grateful for your continued support of our artists and contributors. We certainly wouldn't be able to celebrate 100 issues without your interest so please accept a big, sincere thank-you from all of us at Fraction!

For this special issue, we are focusing on four brilliant artists who use photography in unique and compelling ways. There is a real union between concept, technique and final realization in each of these dynamic bodies of work by Robert Calafiore, Marina Font, Daisy Patton and Gabriel Garcia Roman. Please take some time with each of the portfolios as well as Lauren Greenwald's essay In Florence- Bill Viola's Electronic Renaissance. Send us your submissions and ideas! We love hearing from you! 

Best,

Bree Lamb
Assistant Editor

 


Portfolios

Omnipotent by Robert Calafiore

Omnipotent by Robert Calafiore

Mental Maps by Marina Font

Mental Maps by Marina Font

Forgetting is so long by Daisy Patton

Forgetting is so long by Daisy Patton

Queer Icons by Gabriel Garcia Roman

Queer Icons by Gabriel Garcia Roman

 

Reviews & Essays

In Florence - Bill Viola's Electronic Renaissance, an essay by Lauren Greenwald (photo credit: Bill Viola, The Deluge (Going Forth By Day), 2002)

In Florence - Bill Viola's Electronic Renaissance, an essay by Lauren Greenwald
(photo credit: Bill Viola, The Deluge (Going Forth By Day), 2002)

 

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