“Daniel has an ability to capture quiet, intimate moments among chaos, and there is a tenderness to his work,” she said. “He treats his colleagues and subjects with compassion and respect.”
Link: Dolly Faibyshev Plays Tourist in ‘I Love New York’ : The New Yorker
I recently spoke with Dolly Faibyshev about the ongoing project “I Love New York,” in which Faibyshev, a second-generation Russian immigrant, photographs herself in the role of a tourist, hopping on and off sightseeing buses and visiting landmarks. “Being a stranger in a new city, you sort of get to disappear,
Link: Notes From the Road: John Stanmeyer in Jerusalem | PROOF
Photography possesses intervals, moments of timelessness, where the benevolence of the world around us offers fleeting touches of visual poetry upon the commonplace. Yet for unruly reasons, we can become too blind to see or feel their significance.
Link: Ryan Schude: “Them and Theirs” is a series about people with their cars in California. (Photos.)
Photographer Ryan Schude’s series “Them and Theirs” is a vibrant, sometimes whimsical take on car culture mostly in and around Los Angeles. The project, which began in San Francisco in 2001 while Schude was studying at the San Francisco Art Institute, initially focused on people with vanity license plates. He put the project on hold and didn’t begin shooting it again regularly for nearly a decade.
Link: Nomadslife: Portraits of Nomads Around the World Reveal A Way of Life Soon To Be Forgotten – Feature Shoot
Rotterdam-based photographer Jeroen Toirkens has been photographing nomads of Russia, Central Asia, Mongolia, and the Arctic region since 1999. This traditional way of life, which in some cases is thousands of years old and therefore one of the oldest forms of civilization, is increasingly threatened by the encroachment of modern industrialized civilization and globalization