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Foam Talent Andrey Bogush Pushes His Photos into New Territory

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With his layered explorations created using Photoshop, 2014 Foam Talent Andrey Bogush reshapes his images into something resembling an abstract painting made of histograms, vector shapes and patterns. The layers melt together, scratches reveal inner layers and saturated clouds of color hover over the picture. Bogush instinctively combines many digital layers into one final image, an image that pushes at the boundaries of photographic language. We asked him more about his work and using digital manipulation as a medium.

Deconstructed, Paint-Drenched Imagery by Kevin Todora

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Dallas-based artist Kevin Todora juxtaposes studio photography with physical alterations that push against photographic norms. In his show at the Dallas Contemporary that runs through December 22nd, the artist features images of fruit, friends, and everyday objects drenched with paint, as well as photographic images skewed by spray paint and various objects.

Colorful Still-Life Photos of Mundane Objects Skewed by Digital Manipulation

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The work of Austin-based photographer Casey James Wilson is hard to pin down. Wilson works concurrently in several modes of photographic representation—colorful still-life photos of mundane objects skewed by digital manipulation, impromptu street scenes, and close-ups that revel in the surface texture of the subject—creating a body of work that evades categorization and keeps us guessing. We asked him a couple of questions about his approach and style.

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