Category: Portfolios & Galleries

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Ken Light’s Photographs of Migrants on the US-Mexico Border

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Ken Light’s Photographs of Migrants on the US-Mexico BorderBetween 1983 and 1987 along the California/Mexico border, Ken Light took his Hasselblad camera and flash and rode along with US Border Patrol agents i…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/ken-light-s-photographs-of-migrants-on-the-us-mexico-border/In piercing words and in strobe-lit images caught against the dark of night, Midnight La Frontera’s immediacy underscores the […]

  • A Year Under the Taliban – The New York Times

    A Year Under the TalibanA single year of extremist rule has turned life upside down for Afghans, especially women. A photographer who has long called the country home captured the jarring changes.Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/30/world/asia/afghanistan-kabul-taliban-women.htmlSix weeks later, I returned, and for the past year I have worked on documenting life under the Taliban. (For the safety of […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Alessandra Sanguinetti Explores the Relationship of Photography and Death

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Alessandra Sanguinetti Explores the Relationship of Photography and DeathSince 2014, Alessandra Sanguinetti has been returning to the small town of Black River Falls in Wisconsin, creating the photographs that would come to…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/alessandra-sanguinetti-explores-the-relationship-of-photography-and-death/Since 2014, Alessandra Sanguinetti has been returning to the small town of Black River Falls in Wisconsin, creating the photographs […]

  • Photojournalist Consistently Captures Unique Angles of NYC’s Skyline | PetaPixel

    Photojournalist Consistently Captures Unique Angles of NYC’s SkylineRefreshingly unique photos.via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/09/23/photojournalist-consistently-captures-unique-angles-of-nycs-skyline/Photojournalist Gary Hershorn has a distinctive flair for enchanting luminosity and utilizing unconventional vantage points. This is a persistent challenge when shooting one of New York City’s most popular subjects: its skyline.

  • Large Format Photos Document Black Communities in the 1980s Deep South | PetaPixel

    Large Format Photos Document Black Communities in the 1980s Deep SouthHe toured the Deep South extensively in the 1980s.via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/09/23/large-format-photos-document-black-communities-in-the-1980s-deep-south/Baldwin Lee toured the Deep South throughout the 1980s where he captured Black Americans on a 4×5 large format camera.

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Baldwin Lee’s Intimate Portrayal of Daily Life in the American South

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Baldwin Lee’s Intimate Portrayal of Daily Life in the American SouthIn 1983, the photographer Baldwin Lee left his home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and set off on a road trip through the American South. He did not know wh…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/baldwin-lee-s-intimate-portrayal-of-daily-life-in-the-american-south/In 1983, the photographer Baldwin Lee left his home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and set […]

  • Marilyn Nance’s Euphoric Chronicle of a Legendary African Arts Festival

    Marilyn Nance’s Euphoric Chronicle of a Legendary African Arts FestivalIn 1977, when the photographer traveled to Nigeria for FESTAC, she discovered a thrilling reunion of the African Diaspora.via Aperture: https://aperture.org/editorial/marilyn-nances-euphoric-chronicle-of-a-legendary-african-arts-festival/In 1977, when the photographer Marilyn Nance traveled to Nigeria for FESTAC, she discovered a euphoric reunion of the African Diaspora.

  • Bangkok May Be Gone by Warun “Bearly” Siriprachai – burn magazine

    Bangkok May Be Gone by Warun “Bearly” Siriprachai“Bangkok May Be Gone” By Warun “Bearly” Siriprachai “It’s such a stressful situation as flood levels in Bangkok are at a dangerous level. Thailand had experienced a huge flo…via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/09/bangkok-may-be-gone-by-warun-bearly-siriprachai/“It’s such a stressful situation as flood levels in Bangkok are at a dangerous level. Thailand had […]

  • Memory/Loss Series: Hannah Latham: Bring Me a Dream – LENSCRATCH

    Memory/Loss Series: Hannah Latham: Bring Me a Dream – LENSCRATCHThree of my grandparents had already passed away when I was born and my grandfather died when I was seven, so I never really got a chance to understand or truly know these significant family icons in a profound way. It’s an unfortunate thing that we […]

  • Genesis of a Chaos – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: The French photographer Rafael Yaghobzadeh captures poignant images of a country in crisis.

  • Paradise – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: The Spanish photographer, Víctor M. Pérez, considers paradise to be an emotional and passionate place, where you share joy with your family.

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Beautiful, Still: Colby Deal’s Photographs of Life in the Third Ward

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Beautiful, Still: Colby Deal’s Photographs of Life in the Third WardBeautiful, Still. is the first monograph from photographer Colby Deal, documenting the people, objects, and environments of everyday life in the Third…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/beautiful-still-colby-deal-s-photographs-of-life-in-the-third-ward/Beautiful, Still. is the first monograph from photographer Colby Deal, documenting the people, objects, and environments of everyday life in […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Anastasia Samoylova and Walker Evans: A Photo-Dialogue on Florida Past and Present

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Anastasia Samoylova and Walker Evans: A Photo-Dialogue on Florida Past and PresentSunshine state. Swampland paradise. Tourist aspiration. Real-estate racket. Refuge of excess. Political swing-state. Sub-tropical fever dream. With fo…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/anastasia-samoylova-and-walker-evans-a-photo-dialogue-on-florida-past-and-present/Sunshine state. Swampland paradise. Tourist aspiration. Real-estate racket. Refuge of excess. Political swing-state. Sub-tropical fever dream. With forms of nature and culture found […]

  • Russia’s Republic of Grief | The New Yorker

    Russia’s Republic of GriefOne of the country’s poorest regions, Dagestan, is also the region that has lost the most men to the war in Ukraine.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/russias-republic-of-griefThe Moscow-based photographer Nanna Heitmann recently travelled to Dagestan to talk with families and friends of the deceased. She found people who were deeply traumatized by loss, […]

  • A Buffalo Photographer’s Dignified Look at the Passage of Time | The New Yorker

    A Buffalo Photographer’s Dignified Look at the Passage of TimeIn three decades, Milton Rogovin and his wife, Anne, captured changes in one upstate neighborhood, while also reaching deep into grand abstractions of nature and time.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/a-buffalo-photographers-dignified-look-at-the-passage-of-timeMilton’s photographs from the neighborhood originated in 1972, when he was invited to visit the home of […]

  • Tropic of violence | By Tommaso Protti – burn magazine

    Tropic of violence | By Tommaso ProttiTropic of violence | By Tommaso Protti Violence has become a familiar facet of Brazil’s identity, a tragic routine that affects all layers of Latin America’s biggest country. According to the Unite…via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/07/tropic-of-violence-by-tommaso-protti/While most commonly known in popular culture for beaches, carnival, samba and football, Brazil remains one […]

  • Striking Black-and-White Photographs of Postwar Germany

    Striking Black-and-White Photographs of Postwar GermanyWorking in fashion and reportage, the photographer Sibylle Bergemann cultivated a distinctive visual language—and documented decades of change in Berlin.via Aperture: https://aperture.org/editorial/in-postwar-germany-sibylle-bergemanns-window-onto-history/Working in fashion and reportage, the photographer cultivated a distinctive visual language. Her retrospective is a window into history in Berlin.

  • A Trove of Snapshots from a Sly Master of Collage | The New Yorker

    A Trove of Snapshots from a Sly Master of CollageAn exhibit and book showcase Ray Johnson’s photography from the last years of his life.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/a-trove-of-snapshots-from-a-sly-master-of-collageAn exhibit and book showcase Ray Johnson’s photography from the last years of his life.

  • While Standing My Ground – Photographs and text by Rima Maroun | LensCulture

    While Standing My Ground – Photographs and text by Rima Maroun | LensCultureSelf-portraits from above: an ongoing series of photographs documenting the landscapes of Beirut during the isolation of Covid, catastrophic explosions, and crippling inflationvia LensCulture: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/rima-maroun-while-standing-my-groundSelf-portraits from above: an ongoing series of photographs documenting the landscapes of Beirut during the isolation of Covid, catastrophic […]

  • Lost Film Rolls of the Fall of the Soviet Union Developed 26 Years Later | PetaPixel

    Lost Film Rolls of the Fall of the Soviet Union Developed 26 Years LaterPhotographer Dean Sewell documented the fall of the Soviet Union in 1996 but did not develop his film for 26 years.via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/07/17/lost-film-rolls-of-the-fall-of-the-soviet-union-developed-26-years-later/Australian photographer Dean Sewell spent 15 months in Russia after the breakup of the former USSR. When Russia invaded Ukraine, […]