The Fotomat Foto Show @ The General NYC

In addition to The Fotomat popping up at Printed Matter's NYABF, we will be hosting a one night only photo show at Vans brand "The General" store in Brooklyn.  It's free and all you have to do is RSVP here to attend: VANS.COM/EVENTS


The Fotomat short film.

We are beyond thrilled to bringing The Fotomat out to New York next week.  To celebrate, we have just published our recap video documenting our first installation earlier this year in Los Angeles!

In conjunction with Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair, Slow Culture & Deadbeat Club are proud to launch the second iteration of an ongoing installation entitled:  “The Fotomat”  As an homage to drive thru Fotomats of yore, we will be re-creating a full functioning kiosk to be installed outside The MoMA PS1.

All weekend long we will be offering 24 hour film developing services, cameras, film, custom photography accessories, and zines.  In addition to photo ephemera for sale,  there will be guest clerk photographers selling limited edition prints exclusive to the booth.  Our goal is to create an immersive, traveling installation aimed to both educate and celebrate the legacy of film photography.

22-25 Jackson Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101

Contributing Artists
Cheryl Dunn
Ray Potes
Aaron Farley
Jill Freedman
Gabriel Angemi
Justin Hager

Made possible with support from:
Vans, Kodak Film Company, and Mono No Aware Photo Lab

for more information please visit:

Timetable Records/Leaving Records Show Recap

Thank you to everyone who came through to the show at Hi-Hat the other night.  Our friend Morgnar was on hand to capture some of the magic.  Check it out below!

For more info on the artists, please visit:

timetable records bandcamp

all photos by:

Introducing: No Pressure

Slow Culture always has and always will be about community. Now that we no longer have a physical home, we are still passionate about artist development and working in a creative field. 

Enter, No Pressure. An online platform showcasing creative endeavors across all mediums within our network of peers.  In it’s current iteration, we will be presenting a series of intimate studio visits in collaboration with photographer Aaron Farley. New visits will be posted Mondays & Thursdays on our website (which can be found in the top navigation) as well as an Instagram archive that can be accessed @nopressurearchive.

With this project, we hope to continue Slow Culture's tradition of cultivating community while introducing our audience to the creatives we believe are shaping today's cultural landscape. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

Timetable Records August 3rd @ The Hi-Hat

We have been working on a few special projects and one of the first ones is in 2 weeks with Timetable Records, Leaving Records and Slow Culture alumni D. Tiberio playing his first live show of the year.  Tickets are $5 so no excuses.  More news coming soon!