The new issue of Finite Foto just released last week. View the entire issue on finitefoto.com
IN ISSUE FOURTEEN:If the complete lack of antihistamines at Walgreens didn’t make it clear, a quick look out the window will confirm it: New Mexico is in the midst of spring. The trees are budding, flowers blooming, and the winds are raging. The temperature is just about perfect. The bees are back in business and as the plants and animals emerge from their winter hibernation, it’s easy to feel connected to the natural rhythms of the planet. It can’t be an accident that Earth Day is in April, and with our mind on all the photographers around the state inspired by the natural world, we decided our April edition of Finite Foto would be devoted to the Environment.
In this issue Melanie McWhorter interviews Dornith Doherty about the world’s botanical reserves; Subhankar Banerjee writes about his photographic work; David Ondrik reviews Earth Now: American Photographers and the Environment; we show Jamey Stillings’ new photos; Antone Dolezal talks to Phil Underdown about his recent work; Jennifer Schlesinger presents Nancy Sutor’s Compose Decompose; Jonathan Blaustein profiles Dorie Hagler; and we show a portfolio of Jeremiah Ariaz’s work.
Jamey Stillings’ The Bridge at Hoover Dam
Jeremiah Ariaz’s Reconsidering Landscape
Dorie Hagler’s Keeping the Faith
Nancy Sutor’s Compose Decompose
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