Tag Archives: photography

2D or Not 2D

Howard2 and IKB by Linda Lindroth

Walk into Linda Lindroth’s Willow Street studio and you may be drawn to the walls with your hands outstretched. You may want to touch the worn velvet, the ragged cardboard, the rumpled polyethylene. …

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A Special Announcement

Daily Nutmeg Prints

Today we’re excited to launch something new: Daily Nutmeg Prints

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People and Places

Bus Stop (2016) by Jim Goldberg

In the stark room at the Yale University Art Gallery where Candy/A Good and Spacious Land is staged, a window looks out over the Gothic Revival towers of the school, with …

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If you frequent New Haven’s Ninth Square, you’ve probably noticed it: an Orange Street space with tall, wide windows that’s very quiet unless it’s very not. …

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Robert Lisak and David Ottenstein at the New Haven Museum

While accomplished photographers Robert Lisak and David Ottenstein are longtime friends, they’d never worked together on a project—until a couple of years ago, when they jumped straight into the deep end. …

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Photo Realism

Molly the border collie

For Daily Nutmeg, 2016 was the year of imagery, literally. …

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Work, and Play

Installation work by Jesse Peck

A photo essay.

The “Game On!” theme of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios has meant lots of games to play, especially last weekend at the expansive Goffe Street Armory. …

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Big Pictures

Robert Lisak by Dan Mims

To view more photos, check out the email version of this story.

Photographer Robert Lisak is hard to photograph…

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Lens Crafters

Mistina and Luke Hanscom inside Lotta Studio

Next to a sideways stack of records is a record player. It’s not the very old kind, but it’s still pretty old, but it’s newer than many of those records. An exception is the LP on the player’s platter: Sublime’s …

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Raised Voices

The titles of the works in Voicings, City Gallery’s new art show, are rich enough to make funny poems out of. Here’s a haiku using five of them:…

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