On My Radar: Jarren Vink's Modularly Placed Objects

by Kristina Feliciano, Creative Director of Stockland Martel

June 23, 2015

Photo © Jarren Vink

There’s a young photographer based in New York named Jarren Vink who’s on our radar here at Stockland Martel because he produces still-life pieces that really stand out (as evidenced in this image from his series “Master’s Tools,” where Vink photographs the personal tools within a particular trade—in this case a hair stylist). They are technically excellent, and display the trend of modular-placed objects, but they’re not sterile—there’s a warmth to them. I also admire how hard he has worked to establish himself. He is the opposite of entitled, and that is refreshing.


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