As a juror I have had the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of work. Many times the images I juror are unthethered from their statements, so the photograph needs to have a stand alone power all it's own. Every time I have come across images by Ann
In the autumn of 1960, American photographer Bruce Davidson landed a commission that would take him to the UK for the first time. Starting in London, he bought a Hillman Minx convertible and travelled to the South Coast before heading north to Scotland. H
Chad Ress has recently released a new monograph, America Recovered, published by Actar Publishers, Barcelona & New York. The book and project examine the point where "abstract political processes manifest themselves in the physical world, thus providing
Today marks the birthday of iconic civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. and on this MLK Day when we consider past and current heartbreaking histories, we are featuring a project that celebrates the streets that reflect his name, all across America.
All across Australia, bushfires are burning at an unprecedented scale. On January 14, the Australian government announced that the fires have devastated estimated 46 million acres (72,000 square miles), killing…
After living in London in the early ’70s, California native Roberta Bayley arrived in New York in 1974 because it was the only return ticket she could afford back to the States. Serendipity served Bayley well. She soon met a young musician by the name of