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The website HooplaHa has produced this great video of Photographer's Showcase artist Ernie Button creating a photograph for part of his Cerealism series. Some of Button's images from this series can also be seen at The Camerawork Gallery in Portland. The exhibition runs through February 22nd. See the photo-eye Blog post on Button's Vanishing Spirits portfolio here

View Ernie Button's Cerealism and Vanishing Spirits portfolios

The Clairtone -- sculpture by David Trautrimas
A selection of sculptures by David Trautrimas opens tonight at 6pm at The Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. The exhibit entitled True North includes work from Trautrimas' One Empire Wide series of "scale model ice fishing huts based on failed or abandoned aspects of Canadian culture." Trautrimas' photographic work is also heavy with sculptural elements, featuring strange buildings constructed from appliance parts. View Trautrimas' work here.

Trautrimas' work was also published as a limited edition book by photo-eye Editions. View the book Habitat Machines

Brianna, Winchester MA 2009 -- Rania Matar
Photographer's Showcase artist Rania Matar's A Girl and Her Room series is currently featured in M Le Magazine du Monde. In French, the article can be found here. Her work can also be seen on exhibit world wide. Matar's series Ordinary Lives can be viewed for another few days at the Sana Gallery in Singapore (read an article on the exhibition here). A Girl and Her Room is currently on exhibit at the Lehmbruck Museum in Duisburg, Germany through February 28th and at Dana Gallery in Wellesley Massachusetts through February 8th.

View Rania Matar's A Girl and Her Room series and the recently updated L'Enfant-Femme portfolio

Matar's book A Girl and Her Room, was recently selected as a Best Book of 2012 by Colin Pantall, Svetlana Bachevanova, and PDN Editors
Read the photo-eye Blog interview on A Girl and Her Room with Matar
Read the review of A Girl and Her Room by Karen Jenkins

Photographer's Showcase artist Lydia Panas will be lecturing at the International Center of Photography in New York on Wednesday, January 30th at 7pm. Tickets for the Photographer's Lecture Series, as well as the full schedule, can be found here.

View Lydia Panas' portfolio on the Photographer's Showcase
Read the interview with Panas
Read Faye Robson's review of The Mark of Abel
Purchase a copy of the book