When the São Paulo government proposed closing over 100 public schools in October 2015, high school students rose up in rebellion against the state. After tagging a series of hostile street protests they took it to the next level. Over the next three mont
Charles Rozier has a new book, House Music, from Dewi Lewis Publishing, that aptly describes a world filled with the music of children, dogs, relatives, friends, and family under one roof. I first featured the project in 2013 and was moved by his persona
Kenneth Jarecke talks with legendary picture editor Karen Mullarkey about her time at Life Magazine, Rolling Stone and Newsweek (among others) and working with photographers such as Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz and Arthur Grace (among others).
Because today is Valentine's Day and the 14th day of the month, I thought it was a good day to give some love and acknowledgement to my friend Ibarionex Perello and his 14-year effort, The Candid Frame, which features over 500 compelling and insightful po
Open letter to Unseen.
February 11, 2020
I am writing to retract my payment request for the artworks sold, expenses incurred and
the commission realised as part of your art fair in 2019. You have no intention of paying
me or the countless other artist
After thier successful previous campaign, Negative Supply have just launched their new 'Film Carrier 120' on Kickstarter. As you might gather by the name, this new film carrier takes the original concept for transporting and holding 35mm film flat for dig
As a part of the launch of the Fuji X100V, Fujifilm posted a video on their YouTube channel of Japanese street photographer Tatsuo Suzuki at work. Suzuki’s aggressive style rubbed people the wrong way, and within the week, he was scrubbed from the campaig