Issue 111 - June 2018

From the Managing Editor:

We are pleased to share Issue 111 with you, featuring portfolios from Yvonne Most, Valeria Scrillati, Matt Shallenberger and Zachariah Szabo. I love each photographer's style and manner in which they communicate their ideas, and I hope you enjoy the work as well. Please take time to view the portfolios, as well as Lauren Greenwald's thoughtful review of Terraria Gigantica by Dana Fritz.  You'll also notice a link to our friends at Small Talk Collective's book, We're Always Touching by Underground Wires. It's a truly beautiful book, follow the link to get your copy today and support a group of amazing artists!

Lastly, Fraction is very excited for the opening tonight of 30 from 10, our show at Pushdot Studio in Portland, featuring a selection of work from artists that have been featured in the last 10 years of Fraction. If you are in Portland go say hi to David and check out the show! It runs through July 31st.  We'd like to give a big thank you to Kristy Hruska and the team at Pushdot for all of their tremendous work putting this show together. Thank you for your continued interest and support!

With gratitude,

Bree Lamb

 


 In Transition by Yvonne Most

In Transition by Yvonne Most

 The Leaping Place by Matt Shallenberger

The Leaping Place by Matt Shallenberger

 Almost Wild by Valeria Scrilatti

Almost Wild by Valeria Scrilatti

 Rare as a Winter Rainbow by Zachariah Szabo

Rare as a Winter Rainbow by Zachariah Szabo

 

30 from 10 Exhibition at Pushdot Studio in Portland


Reviews

 

Book Feature

 Support our friends at Small Talk Collective and view/purchase their new publication  We're Always Touching By Underground Wires

Support our friends at Small Talk Collective and view/purchase their new publication We're Always Touching By Underground Wires