“Prisoners”: Murder, Mayhem, And Petit Larceny By Arne Svenson’s ‘Least Wanted’ Close Ups

Arne Svenson describes the fading black and white photographs which stare back at us in antique stores and are thrown carelessly on flea market tables as “orphaned”—nameless and abandoned from the context of their history. Continue reading »

Prisoners Draw Portraits Of Rich And Famous People Who Really Belong In Jail

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For over a year, Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider asked prison inmates to draw portraits of CEOs, executives and other powerful people who committed crimes against the environment, economy and society and yet haven’t served any time. The powerful project is called “Captured: People in Prison Drawing People Who Should Be.” Alongside the portraits, “Captured” lists the crimes perpetrated by the pictured and the artist. Continue reading »