‘I’ve never been to Russia’ by Nikita Teryoshin – Witness A Russian native looks at how the conditioning of the masses rolls on and what role individuals play in governmental propaganda
Leica Hall of Fame – The Leica camera Blog Congratulations to Walter Vogel: the Düsseldorf photographer is being inducted into the Leica Hall of Fame
In the Pacific Northwest, Shifting Landscapes and Mythologies Against the backdrop of the US presidential election, a photographer documents growing cultural tensions in the Pacific Northwest’s rural communities.
Bruce Gilden’s Gritty Vision of a Lost New York | The New Yorker Street photography has always been a predatory enterprise. Traditionally, the intrepid photographer sets out on the streets as if on safari, picking off prey with a camera unobtrusive enough to not raise the hackles of the local wildlife. (The 35-mm. Leica, introduced, […]
Turjoy Chowdhury – Genocide ’71- A Memory Map « burn magazine Though still unrecognised internationally as genocide, many researchers have studied and different studies have mentioned different numbers of people killed in 1971 by the Pakistani Military with their collaborators. The government of Bangladesh puts the number at 3 million. 200,000 to 400,000 women were […]
Juxtapoz Magazine – As it Was Give(n) to Me: Stacy Kranitz Explores the American Appalachia Back in June 2016, we featured the works of photography Stacy Kranitz, a documentarian who blurs the line between personal and outsider looking in. Since 2009, Kranitz has been documenting the Appalachian region of America, on the doorstep of the […]
Philippe Lopez’s photography is an ode to handcrafted India The World Press Photo Award winner’s first solo exhibition is a meditation on the country’s kaleidoscopic street life.
Arlene Gottfried’s Mesmerizing Photographs of New York in the 1980s – Feature Shoot Hailing from Coney Island, Arlene Gottfried (1950-2017) grew up on the streets of Crown Heights during the 1960s just as white flight was reshaping the face of New York. She moved to Greenwich Village in 1972 as a young photography student enrolled at Fashion […]
Juxtapoz Magazine – Pray For America: Jacob Holdt’s Stunning Portrayal of America in the 1970s @ V1 Gallery Jacob Holdt’s first solo exhibition with V1 Gallery, Pray for America, presents 45 selected photographs from Holdt’s archive of more than 15.000 photographs, shot during his vagabonding years in America between 1970-1978. Key examples are flanked by […]
Shirley Baker’s Half Century of Street Photography | The New Yorker In Shirley Baker’s photographs, men are caught gesturing, or mid-stride. Women slip past or sit, reflecting; sometimes they are close together, conversing, conspiring. Children play, occasionally surveying the camera with a look somewhere between innocence and wisdom. Older people look into the lens with […]
A street photographer’s take on 1960s Britain After honing his craft in New York, British photographer Tony Ray-Jones returned home to capture the changing face of the UK.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Perspectives Converge in David Hillard’s Mutli-Panel Photographs David Hilliard’s work is rooted in the deeply personal, elevating the everyday to the sublime through formal and conceptual techniques borrowed from theater, film and other modes of storytelling. Presented as large-scale, multi-paneled photographs, the works in his new exhibition, Just So, at Yancey Richardson […]
What Makes a Person Patriotic? – The New York Times This summer, four photographers and four writers drove around the United States. Each pair was guided by a unique theme — patriotism, tradition, community, youth — and a unifying question: What does America look like now?
Diego Goldberg – The Arrow of Time On June 17th, every year, we photograph ourselves to stop, for a fleeting moment, the arrow of time passing by.
Diego Goldberg – 1980’s In 1980 we moved to New York to work with Eliane Laffont at Sygma USA. Perhaps the highlight of those years was my work with François Mitterrand. While in France I had been covering the Socialist Party and when Mitterrand decided to be a candidate again for the presidential elections I […]
Portrait of Humanity: The undiscovered work of Michel Kameni – British Journal of Photography Ever since a chance encounter led Benjamin Hoffman into the studio of an unknown Cameroonian photographer, he has made it his mission to exhibit his work across the globe
Bangkok – The Leica camera Blog Close at hand: Yan Morvan remembers Bangkok at the beginning of the eighties
A photographer’s account from the frontlines of Turkey’s incursion in Syria – The Washington Post Turkey’s
Anders Petersen : All The Somebody People Anders Petersen had previously been roaming the streets of Sankt Pauli in 1961 together with the young wild things of Hamburg as a seventeen-year-old. However, when he returned in October 1967 – blessed by his teacher Christer Strömholm – the only one left from his much-loved tribe of […]
Janne Korkko – The Song of the Riverside « burn magazine We need to understand where we are and how we got here. Once we are clear on these issues we can move forward…. (Thomas Berry) Rivers have river rights as well as humans have human rights. People, communities, environments, and nature have deep interrelated […]