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“New Faces” Replacing Ever-Present Traumas of the Past

The parameters are simple; 30-minute sessions between photographers, Satoki Nagata, and subject take place in one gallery in downtown Chicago. The concurrent theme that ties each subject together is “child abuse prevention”.



This project has been a challenging form of documentary photography for a few reasons; all the subjects are captured within a consistent setting, meaning the subjects are depicted outside of their own context. The practice of portrait photography, as a subsection of documentary photography, primarily takes advantage of obvious circumstances, and is not with cliché or digestible ideas.



Satoki had to consider how to capture the distinct, lying under the everyday. What he had to do was extract submerged content from the face of each subject. This project was a process of capturing what was beyond the cliché and “face value”.



The prompts were self-generated through a show and tell process. Satoki asked them to bring something related with the theme, and the first question that would inherently follow would be, “Why did you bring this object?” If the circumstance allows, we ask, “Why did you not bring anything or what would you bring if you could?” The results varied.



The theme that brought all his subjects together is “child abuse prevention”. Yet, they soon discovered how each subject’s connection to trauma of this nature was less than implicit. Some of our subjects were completely unaware of the theme, showing up at the request of a trusted friend. These subtle and elusive social connections manifest the repression of certain subjects.



What we are involved in is excavating repressed memories and decontextualizing the trauma of the past.

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Painfully Close Photos Of Human Faces Look Strangely Inhuman

Glance at a crowd of people from a great enough distance and they’ll cease to even look human, their particular parts fading out of focus until the pack resembles a uniform army of flesh-colored toy soldiers. 

Zoom in and you’ll see their hands and hair and the choice of shoes. Keep going and you’ll make out the shapes of their noses, the textures of their faces, the color of their eyes. Keep zooming and the temporary relief of human familiarity is ripped off like a scab, as every tooth, every ear, every pimple, every scar, becomes a singular visual event. 

Brooklyn-based photographer Bruce Gilden gets close. So close, in fact, that by gazing upon one of his color portraits you can almost feel hot breath emanating from them, smelling just a bit sour. “You know, I’m photographing people that are not only left behind in most cases, but they’re actually invisible because people don’t want to see them,” Gilden explained in an interview with GUP Magazine. 

“I get close because I try to get close to the soul of the people in my pictures,” he added. On the way to the soul, Gilden surely gets a good glimpse of the face, every blemish, wrinkle and pore, turning one of photography’s most tried and true tropes — portraiture — into something unsettling, a little gut-wrenching.

Gilden, who is now 68 years old, has been taking photographs since 1968, when he was a student in college. He’s known for his impulsive style, catching intriguing pedestrians off guard, leaping before them with his camera in one hand and his flash in the other. “Some are taken unawares, some are surprised,” he told PBS. “Some didn’t know what hit them. And I think most people like to be photographed. But since I work in a spontaneous way, I have to be a little bit sneaky because I don’t want them to know that I’m going to take a picture of them.”

Gilden’s series, “Face,” captures the full frontal expressions of people he describes as “underdogs,” those outside the zones of gentrification, not privileged enough to possess the plasticky exterior of the masses. Finding subjects in places from Las Vegas to Des Moines to Milwaukee to West Bromwich, England, Gilden snaps their every quirk and blemish with the authority of a mugshot and the precision of a medical image. Whiteheads bulge with the promise of puss, foundation cakes up like dust gathering on a corpse. What Lucian Freud did to the body Gilden does to the head.

Gilden is not, however, spotlighting his subjects as particularly grotesque aberrations of the human being. He himself identifies with the outsider status of his subjects, and he respects them for it. “I identify with these people in my pictures, because I’m actually photographing myself. The people in my pictures interest me. I like them, and they motivate me.”

Gilden’s portraits may be unforgiving, brutal, ugly, even grotesque. Yet this visceral ugliness isn’t the signal of a monster, but of a human being. One not sanitized and scrubbed clean, buttoned up and plugged in. For Gilden, the ugly is the good stuff, and maybe even lets the soul peer out.  

Bruce Gilden’s Face is available courtesy Dewi Lewis Publishing

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14 Badass Girl Athletes Show Off Their Game Faces

The 2015 Women’s World Cup begins on June 6, and to commemorate the occasion, the clothing brand Wildfang is showcasing some badass young female soccer players.

The company’s CEO Emma McIlroy teamed up with photographer Andrea Corradini to create “#GameFace,” a series of fierce photos of 14 athletes ages 5 to 14. “We are beyond excited about the Women’s World Cup. It’s one of the most amazing moments in sports and women get to take center stage,” McIlroy told The Huffington Post, adding, “We wanted to look forward to the next generation of female footballers and, as you can see, the future of the sport is in good hands.”

The creators reached out to local soccer coaches in Portland, Oregon and invited their young female players to show off their “game faces,” which they define on the Wildfang website as “their most authentic moment, right before they stepped out onto the pitch.”

Tess, 11: “Cheetahs are my favorite animal — they’re almost as fast as I am.”

Unsure if anyone would show up to the photo shoot, McIlroy and Corradini were pleasantly surprised when over a dozen bold, young athletes stopped by — most coming right before or immediately after practice. With “zero styling,” each girl proudly displayed her purest game face.

“They showed up with such innocent and fierce pride,” Corradini told The Huffington Post. “They were confident, yet giggly. Independent, yet bonded with their teammates. They had no reservations about just being themselves and letting me photograph them in their most natural and authentic way.”

“We wanted to show young females as they truly are — raw, powerful, beautiful,” McIlroy added, noting that she hoped the photo series would provide a refreshing alternative to the images of “young women in pink and wearing princess dresses” that seem so pervasive in today’s society.

The Wildfang CEO also said she hopes other women can “see a little of themselves” in the hardworking female athletes depicted in #GameFace. “We hope they remind them to be a little bolder and tougher and ultimately be really proud of being who they are,” she continued. “Our hope is these images leave you feeling inspired to go kick ass in your day.”

Keep scrolling to see the badass young women of #GameFace and visit the Wildfang blog to learn more about the series.

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Ricky Gervais And Jimmy Fallon Desperately Try To Match Kids’ Funny Faces

First things first, you can forget about Jimmy Fallon imitating celebs like Iggy Azalea because his latest impression is the realest.

After challenging kids to send in a videos of their themselves making funny faces, Fallon decided to take on Ricky Gervais in a “Funny Face Off.” The two tested their impression limits by trying to recreate the best of the best. There was face scrunching, eyes crossing and all kinds of hideous looks. It’s a beautiful thing to watch.

The good news is they totally nailed it. The better news is that their faces didn’t freeze that way.

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American Apparel Faces Tough Set of Challenges

American Apparel Inc. is teetering on the edge of chaos.
And if that in itself is nothing new, this time around the retailer’s facing an unusually thorny set of challenges on multiple fronts:
• Ousted founder Dov Charney continues to stir up trouble, from agitating an already disgruntled workforce to seeking a backer to buy the firm, moving ahead with arbitration and, tonight, appearing on ABC’s “20/20.”
• Fourth-quarter losses widened as sales fell more than 9 percent and workers are being furloughed at the Los Angeles factory.
• The brand is being reimagined with more of a social emphasis and some of the scantily clad sales associates long featured in its ads will be replaced with models.
• Shareholders have sued the company, claiming it failed to maintain control of its colorful founder.
Under Charney, American Apparel honed controversy to a high art and lurched from one loan with a sky-high interest rate to the next — always keeping just a step ahead of both the debt collector and Miss Manners.
But this time it’s not Charney who’s courting lenders, pumping up the brand and generally keeping the plates spinning at one of the most prominent U.S. apparel producers. That job now falls to chief executive officer Paula Schneider, who

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Impersonating Celebrity Faces Is What This Woman Does Better Than Everyone

Hey, some people are great at painting or playing an instrument, others can make their face look like any celebrity.

Like this young woman, for example. Imgur user CellCow has become very good at recreating pictures of celebrities making funny faces. Like, scary good.

Here are just a few of the best. Even if they’re not exactly accurate, they’re still pretty funny. Check out the rest of CowCell’s albums at her Imgur page.

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These Photos Of Faces Hiding In Everyday Life Are Your New Favorite Twitter Addiction

Sometimes, just sometimes, Twitter is great. This past month, the social media platform became the home of @FacesPics, a hilarious account that documents anthropomorphic photographs of faces hiding in plain site. From coffee foam to open backpacks to sliced onions, the anonymous geniuses behind “Faces in Things” manage to turn the most mundane items into quirky characters in well under 140 characters.

Here are just 15 reasons why we (and 244,000 other followers) can’t stop looking at it:

1. This frightened bottle opener.

2. This shocked coffee.

3. This satisfied plane.

4. This celebratory motorized chair.

5. This aghast bathroom.

6. This unhappy dryer.

7. This confused tree.

8. This agitated car interior.

9. This contented boat.

10. This skeptical roof.

11. These evil taillights.

12. This amused ice cream.

13. This horrified audio set-up.

14. This hungry jacket.

15. This deadpan mailbox.

BONUS: These adorable grass cells.

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