matt, 2014

matt, 2014

matt, 2014

matt, 2014

wearenomadique:

NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of Forgiveness
Friday, April 18th, 7PM
Metropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101

Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings.

FEATURING
Artwork by:
Alix M. Pentecost Farren
Bonnie Briant
Kei Ota
Kelly Burgess
Mark Jenkinson
Matt Porter
Ryan Pfluger
Sasha Arutyunova
Sean Hemmerle
Tara Perry

Films by:
Martin Krejci
Ora Dekornfeld
Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham

Music by:
Julia Easterlin
Stefan Weiner
Kris Nolte

Live storytelling by:
Ed Gavagan
Remy Schwartz

And more…

COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows.

Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience.

Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.

www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique

If you are in NY come stop by!

Time Stood Still - fragments, 2014

daniel, 2014

daniel, 2014

adamgolfer:

New body of work, Day for Night up on my site.

Check this duder out.

adamgolfer:

New body of work, Day for Night up on my site.

Check this duder out.

story for the May issue of Marie Claire - out now.

story for the May issue of Marie Claire - out now.

Time Stood Still - jeep, 2014

Time Stood Still - jeep, 2014

joe, 2014

joe, 2014

Not Without My Father - playground, 2007
I had meant to post this yesterday and never got around to it.  I have been thinking a lot recently about where my photography started, and what it’s rooted in. I’ve been re-visiting projects that have been dormant for quite some time because they were “finished” or started and came to a halt.  For me nothing is actually ever finished as there are still parts of a story I want to tell, or create a stronger narrative etc.    As a photographer who’s work is mainly diaristic, the stories always change and evolve.  Thoughts of the day.

Not Without My Father - playground, 2007

I had meant to post this yesterday and never got around to it.  I have been thinking a lot recently about where my photography started, and what it’s rooted in. I’ve been re-visiting projects that have been dormant for quite some time because they were “finished” or started and came to a halt.  For me nothing is actually ever finished as there are still parts of a story I want to tell, or create a stronger narrative etc.    As a photographer who’s work is mainly diaristic, the stories always change and evolve.  Thoughts of the day.

rify, 2014

rify, 2014

Time Stood Still - tourist 1, 2014

Time Stood Still - tourist 1, 2014

harry, 2013

harry, 2013

Time Stood Still - swing, 2014

Time Stood Still - swing, 2014

WEBSITE UPDATE - New Project, Portraits, Boys and more..

I’m really glad to finally let everyone know my website has been completely updated. Just a few little previews above. It includes my new work in the Philippines, Time Stood Still, as well as a major overhaul of all the sections, with new portraits, boys, editorial and all sorts of things.  It’s my biggest overhaul to date. - www.ryanpfluger.com - please check it out and share with your friends and all that jazz.  Would appreciate it and hope you enjoy. Much love.