This online film festival is born out of the idea that the film community can come together in times of crises, both in celebration of films and in support by providing much needed relief for Covid-19 efforts.
Photography is our best tool for documentation. Images have the power to influence us today and inform us tomorrow.
A photograph is literally a record of time and light. Besides visual data, there is implied information: who we are, where we are from, and what we think. All of this is encrypted in our visual language.
It is important for us, as visual communicators, to spend as much time as we can exploring, discovering, and documenting. The photographs that we make today will live forever. We are historians.
Aint–Bad is an independent publisher of new photographic art. Founded in Savannah, Georgia, the collective is dedicated to publishing contemporary photography and text to support a progressive community of artists from around the world through online web features, printed periodicals, monographs, and exhibitions.
Aint–Bad reveals an ever-more urgent, critical conversation about the human condition by way of thought provoking imagery. The periodicals address specific cultural themes or observations, open for interpretive energy. Each monograph is an intimate project with a hand selected artist, printed in small editions with the best materials available.
Aint–Bad’s objective is to stimulate the collection of and appreciation for photography by way of accessible and affordable publications. The brand supports local initiatives by working together with artists, curators, and institutions to help foster a creative community. Aint–Bad was established in 2011 by Carson Sanders, Taylor Curry, Caroline McElhinny, Caitie Moore and James Jackman.