YOAV FRIEDLANDER // A Form of View



We are pleased to welcome Yoav Friedlander as the newest addition to NEW DIRECTIONS. Visit the online gallery to view his series A Form of View.












Clarissa Bonet
City Space The urban space is striking. Its tall and mysterious buildings, crowds of anonymous people, an endless sea of concrete constantly intrigue me....
John Steck Jr.
Lament Photography is often understood as a medium that emphasizes the permanence of the end product—capturing, documenting and archiving moments in time....
Kyle Seis
Sky Studies Sky Studies presents the collected results of numerous experiments with light, space, and time.The sky is my subject, a seemingly limitless...
Adrian Skenderovic
Down the River In the DOWN THE RIVER photography series, I am focused on the Parisian Tourist. Living in the most popular touristic destination, the tourist...
Kerry Mansfield
Expired The first rite of passage upon learning how to write one’s name was to inscribe it on a library check-­‐out card promising the book’s safe...
Dolly Faibyshev
Palm Springs Beginning in 2009, I started exploring the homes that make up the city of Palm Springs and photographing its Mid-Century neighborhoods and...
Rachel Cox
Plastic Romance The nuances surrounding objects as vehicles for desire, and emblems of success, are developed in my current project Plastic Romance. ...
Marja Pirilä
Interior/Exterior The camera obscura phenomenon, at once simple and magical, never ceases to fascinate me. I have worked with it intensely since 1996. For me...
Georgia Rhodes
Flora non Fauna When we’re frightened, the instinct to flatten comes through in remarkable ways: swatting the fly, whacking the spider with a shoe. Growth...
Dana Fritz
Terraria Gigantica: the World Under Glass The photographs in the series Terraria Gigantica: the World Under Glass explore the world’s largest enclosed...
Victor Yañez-Lazcano
de Inspired by my family’s brief history in the United States I have set out to begin photographing each and every member as a way to better understand...
Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal
Devil’s Promenade: A collaborative project by Lara Shipley and Antone Dolezal The Ozarks is a place you feel. The dark nooks to hide, made in encroaching...
Gwynne Johnson
Milk Moons Lunar phases are charted in iridescent breastmilk. Waxing and waning moon cycles mirror the full and empty rhythm of a breastfeeding mother and...
Elina Ruka
Domesticities Domesticities is a portrait of my family and a means to better understanding such terms as home and belonging, my roots and identity as well....
Nicole White
Blinding Light The Blinding Light work is still unfolding, but it is primarily concerned with the effects of photographic overexposure. My hope is to...
Minjin Kang
Not Part of Sale I am a photographer who traces absence in all of its manifestations. I see this series, “Not Part of Sale”, as portraiture without...
Stephen Strom
Death Valley: Painted Light In reflecting upon Death Valley as place, my astronomer’s mind goes back to the origin of the Earth: born in violence -...
Chris Schneberger
A Case of Levitation: The Story of Frances Naylor My interest has long been in creating tableau images which imagine and investigate paranormal phenomena....
Nadine Boughton
Fortune and the Feminine I am continually drawn to the imagery and cultural milieu of mid-century America. In this series my focus is on gender polarities as...
Mel Keiser
Becoming Mel My work is an investigation inward toward the unknowability of self and the subjectivity of self-identity. Through repeated manipulations...
Molly Lamb
Ghost Stepping It probably began with the crepe myrtle tree outside my window. The tangle of branches made sense to me, and this became the way I made...
Jiehao Su
Borderland is an ongoing project deeply rooted in my personal history. The images comprise my obsession with the boundaries between reality and imaginary,...
William Miller
Gowanus Canal Brooklyn’s Gowanus canal is one of America’s most polluted waterways. More than a century of unfettered industrial abuse was followed by...
Joy Christiansen
Portrait of a Mother “Portrait of a Mother” explores the subject of motherhood and family, both from a personal and universal perspective. Through this...
Daniel Coburn
Next of Kin Quiet suffering occurs within a family unit living under the flawed ideology of the American Dream. A tumultuous relationship with loved ones,...
Alnis Stakle
Shangri-La Shangri-La is an imaginary place in China, described as a mystical and utopian valley shielded from the world by a chain of mountains – a true...
Meike Nixdorf
In the Orbit of El Teide Since my 2009 project, “The Point of View”, I have been looking at various aspects of the viewing process and, consequently,...
Hye-Ryoung Min
Yeonsoo In Korea we have a saying: "naughty 7 year olds". We think a child of six or seven is at their most mischievous, which is when I started...
Pascal Amoyel
Western Surveys (Levés d’Ouest) Shot in France (2013-14) with a field camera 4x5 inches, Western Surveys seeks to capture the impermanent essence of the...
Anastasia Samoylova
Landscape Sublime My work investigates connections between image dissemination on the one hand and appropriation and abstraction on the other. I am...
Hans Gindlesberger
Partial Architectures Partial Architectures began with a roll of film shot by my grandfather when he was stationed as an American serviceman in Germany...
Allison Barnes
Neither For Me Honey Nor the Honey Bee Blending autobiography and an extended narrative on landscape, time and place, this collection invites one to consider...
Grant Gill
The Recondite Consoled by these images, I move past the mundane, physical world. In doing so, ethereal landscapes, tenuous happenings, and visual...
Amy Powell
Erica and I When my mother gave birth to my half-sister Erica, I was twenty years old. Sitting in the hospital room with my camera, she made giving birth...
Haley Morris-Cafiero
Wait Watchers For my series, Wait Watchers, I set up a camera in a public area and photograph the scene as I perform mundane tasks while strangers pass by...
Ben Marcin
The Towers The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to simultaneously portray...
Chen Shen
This is a series dedicated to my hometown, Changping, usually called the garden of Beijing; a suburb of eighteen districts. During the summer of 2013, I went...
Thomas Bouquin
" the serie Lou Mistrau" Thomas Bouqin is a French born photographer currently living and working in Montréal, Québec. Thomas' work primarily examines...
Sophie T. Lvoff
“Hell’s Bells / Sulfur / Honey” "There are some things that can’t be conveyed— description, for instance, The sundown light on that dog-hair...
Goseong Choi
"Meiji" I am interested in the unstableness and uncertainness in the progress of death and its after-image. “Meji” is a series of photographs about the...