You know, I’ve never ONCE heard a Japanese photographer ever comment on form or structure of a single picture- – instead it’s an overview of all of them at once in a set.
How does a photographer drawn to intimate, personal moments capture 700 miles of elevated infrastructure for cars, trucks and trains in New York City?
“I didn’t want my photographs to just be of people crossing intersections,” said Krisanne Johnson
For Transnistria Conglomerate, photographer Anton Polyakov traces the newly emerging generation of Transnistria, a state which, despite its official status as a region in Moldova, maintains a staunchly pro-Russian position.
Alixandra Fazzina has received “a credible and direct threat” against her life after five years of images shot in Pakistan were published in the U.K.
get on the road and follow the photography … wherever I end up is where I’m supposed to be. I love living like that.”—Danny Wilcox Frazier
A century after the beginning of First World War, “Venice defends itself 1915 – 1918”, curated by Claudio Franzini and based in Palazzo Fortuny, tells us the unusual situation of the city at the time of the Great War with 350 original photos from the Archivio Storico Fotograﬁco of the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia: an overview of the dramatic nature of the events, focusing both on historical perspective and collective memory.