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Family, 2008 -- Lydia Panas

Lydia Panas’ The Mark of Abel series will be on exhibit on May 11th through June 22nd at Eduard Planting Gallery in Amsterdam. Images from this series were recently published in a book from Kehrer Verlag and can be seen here. Read Faye Robson's review of the book here. photo-eye also interviewed Panas about the series on the occasion of the launch of her Photographer's Showcase portfolio. The interview can be read here. View The Mark of Abel on the Photographer's Showcase.

Asia -- Fritz Liedtke

Fritz Liedtke was recently awarded the Grand Prize in the B&W Alternative Photographic Processes competition by Rangefiner Magazine. The winning image Asia, is part of Liedtke’s Astra Velum series, the limited edition artist book of which was recently featured on our blog, as well as Lenscratch, and was also recently acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Huston. Liedtke's beautiful chin-colle photogravures are available as prints and also in a portfolio edition. More about the series and Liedtke's technique in creating the fine prints can be found here. View the series on the Photographer's Showcase.

Baobab, Tree of Generations #13, 2009 -- Elaine Ling
Work by Elaine Ling can be seen in several international shows, and is currently on view at the Kolga Photo Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia running through May 20th. Opening on May 8th, Lings work can also be seen in T.R.I.P. - Travel Routes in Photography which also includes work by Simon Norfolk, Giancarlo Ceraudo and Cristina de Middel. Located at Mercati e Foro di Traiano in Rome, the exhibition is open through September 9th. Finally, Ling will also be featured in issue 161 of Descant Magazine due out this Summer. Ling’s work on the Photographer’s Showcase Baobab, Tree of Generations, is a series of portraits of some of the world's oldest living organisms. Read the blog post on Ling's work here. The portfolio can be seen on the Photographer's Showcase.

Jamey Stillings in the May 2013 issue of Black & White Magazine

Jamey Stillings’ The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar is featured in the May issue of Black & White Magazine. Copies are available now. Stillings commented on this new breathtaking project last fall. His remarks can be read here. View The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar, as well as Stillings' The Bridge at Hoover Dam project, at photo-eye Gallery.