Issue 69 - December 2014
From the Editor:
As the year is wrapping up, the onslaught of “Best of 2014” lists has begun. We are excited to bring you our version. Instead of a traditional issue, I have selected work from each of the 36 photographers who were featured in Fraction this year. We feel this is a great way to allow the Fraction audience to revisit the photography shown this year and give some extra attention to these talented artists. (click here)
The 7th annual Fraction Holiday Print Sale is also a great place to see (and purchase) new and old work from some of your favorite Fraction photographers. The HPS launched just over a week ago, and several photographs have already sold out. The sale runs until December 31.
Give the gift of original art this holiday season.
Finally, be on the lookout for a survey in the coming weeks. We want to hear from you, the Fraction audience, about what you would like to see in 2015 and beyond.
We wish you and your family Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year.
Leo Hsu reviews Elvind Natvig’s Du Er Her No / You Are Here Now
The Fraction Holiday Print Sale began in 2008 as a way to give back to the Fraction photographers. Their talent and dedication is what makes this publication thrive.
Buying from the HPS supports the artists financially and creates a real connection between you and the photographer whose work you have admired on Fraction. The original, signed work is shipped directly from them.
Purchase from the HPS and show these artists how much you admire and appreciate their work and all that they give to the photographic community. Original art, straight from the artist. Now that’s a holiday deal everyone can get excited about.
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