Category: Portfolios & Galleries

  • Meryl Meisler: QUIRKYVISION – LENSCRATCH

    Meryl Meisler: QUIRKYVISION – LENSCRATCHI love photographs of New York City in the 1970’s and 80’s, when the city was at its worst and at its best, filled with a raw energy, graffiti covered subway cars, fueled by cocaine and poppers, throbbing nightclubs providing endless nights of fantasy and nights of abandon and connection. Fortunately, […]

  • Until The Corn Grows Back – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: I choose to photograph using a fixed lens, as it demands a proximity to my subjects that a zoom lens does not. Proximity, especially among vulnerable populations, is a privilege that must be earned through meaningful consent and trust building. I seek to understand the lives of the people whom I photograph in order […]

  • Communism(s): A Cold War Album — Blind Magazine

    Communism(s): A Cold War Album — Blind MagazineAutocracy is on the rise. An obvious statement maybe, but one rooted more and more firmly in the present albeit with a shaky-hand salute to the past. From Attila the Hun and Genghis Khan, through Napoleon, Stalin, and Hitler, and more recently, Hussein, Assad, and Orban, autocratic rule […]

  • In Photos: The Spectacle of the Jan. 6 Hearings Consumes Washington – The New York Times

    The Spectacle of the Jan. 6 Hearings Consumes WashingtonOne photographer’s account of the commotion surrounding the biggest investigation in Washington since Watergate.Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/23/us/politics/jan-6-hearings-photos.htmlOne photographer’s account of the commotion surrounding the biggest investigation in Washington since Watergate.

  • Living on the Streets in One of America’s Richest Cities — Blind Magazine

    Living on the Streets in One of America’s Richest Cities — Blind MagazineFor six years, Robert Gumpert documented the unhoused in San Francisco. Division Street is the culmination, named for the street where the project began. Combining first-person narratives, found text and Gumpert’s photographs, it is the story of lives lived on the streets in […]

  • The Long Hunt – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: In his long-term project, Adrian Alvarez reveals the thinly populated area of northern Spain.

  • My Wonderland – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: I’m not a big fan of sitting in front of my computer processing my images in Lightroom; so I do my best to get near to optimal settings when I’m on the street. Then, I spend less than two minutes processing an image. I always add a little bit of luminosity, and luminance, and […]

  • Polar Night | by Mark Mahaney – burn magazine

    Polar Night | by Mark MahaneyPolar Night | by Mark Mahaney  71.2906° N, 156.7886° W Utqiaġvik, Alaska Top of the world they call it. Don’t feel that way. Feels like the bottom. So dark there’s no end. So cold there’s no feel. …via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/05/polar-night-by-mark-mahaney/Mark Mahaney’s Polar Night is a passage through a rapidly changing […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Adger Cowans: Sense and Sensibility

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Adger Cowans: Sense and SensibilityAdger Cowans is a celebrated photographer whose wide-ranging work includes the civil rights movement, jazz musicians, landscape, and artistic stu…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/adger-cowans-sense-and-sensibility/Adger Cowans is a celebrated photographer whose wide-ranging work includes the civil rights movement, jazz musicians, landscape, and artistic studies of the human form, water, and light. He is also […]

  • Wee Muckers – Youth of Belfast | By Toby Binder – burn magazine

    Wee Muckers – Youth of Belfast | By Toby BinderWee Muckers – Youth of Belfast | Toby Binder »If I had been born at the top of my street, behind the corrugated-iron border, I would have been British. Incredible to think. My whole idea of myself,…via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/05/wee-muckers-youth-of-belfast-by-toby-binder/»If I had been born at the top […]

  • Rediscovering Shepard Sherbell’s “Soviets” 30 Years Later — Blind Magazine

    Rediscovering Shepard Sherbell’s “Soviets” 30 Years Later — Blind MagazineA charity sale at the Ki Smith Gallery, in partnership with the MUUS Collection, is raising money for The Kyiv Independent through the photojournalist’s work.via Blind Magazine: https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/news/rediscovering-shepard-sherbells-soviets-30-years-later/A charity sale at the Ki Smith Gallery, in partnership with the MUUS Collection, is raising money for The […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Stacy Kranitz: As It Was Give(n) To Me

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Stacy Kranitz: As It Was Give(n) To MeFor the past twelve years, Stacy Kranitz has been making photographs in the Appalachian region of the United States in order to explore how photograph…Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/stacy-kranitz-as-it-was-give-n-to-me/As the narrative of As it Was Give(n) To Me unfolds, the book provides an intimate perspective on a region forced […]

  • The Style and Swagger of Charrería, Mexico’s National Sport | The New Yorker

    The Style and Swagger of Charrería, Mexico’s National SportThe photographer Carlos Jaramillo produces painterly portraits with an idiosyncratic flair.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/the-style-and-swagger-of-charreria-mexicos-national-sportJaramillo was twenty-four years old when he visited Mexico for the first time. The commitment to American assimilation that he had in his early youth faded, and he began to explore a sort […]

  • Earth Day 2022: Inspiring Environmental Advocacy Through Photography – PhotoShelter Blog

    Earth Day 2022: Inspiring Environmental Advocacy Through Photography – PhotoShelter BlogFor nearly two centuries, photography has played a role in educating the public about both the familiar and the unknown elements of our ever-changing environment — including the many species that live among us, the constant changes to our climate, and the incredible sights to […]

  • Revisiting the Early Days of New York Hip Hop — Blind Magazine

    Revisiting the Early Days of New York Hip Hop — Blind MagazineSophie Bramly photographed the artists, musicians, and dancers who created the most influential cultural movement of the late twentieth century. via Blind Magazine: https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/news/revisiting-the-early-days-of-new-york-hip-hop/Sophie Bramly photographed the artists, musicians, and dancers who created the most influential cultural movement of the late twentieth century.

  • Earth Week: Mandy Barker: Hong Kong Soup: 1826 – LENSCRATCH

    Earth Week: Mandy Barker: Hong Kong Soup: 1826 – LENSCRATCHThis week we are featuring bodies of work are linked by this thematic lens:  making the often-invisible nature of the global climate and the ecological crisis more visible using conceptual, lens-based art techniques.  Each body of work speaks to a different aspect of the climate and […]

  • Faith – The Leica camera Blog

    Link: I worked on this project using my secular intuition to confront my own fears and questions about religion, looking at the believers, their rituals and relics. In the end it raised more questions than answers, and I’m okay with that.

  • Peter van Agtmael: “I Try to Criticize Myself and Criticize the Country at the Same Time” — Blind Magazine

    Peter van Agtmael: “I Try to Criticize Myself and Criticize the Country at the Same Time” — Blind MagazineOpening April 14 at the Bronx Documentary Center in New York, Look At The USA gathers photographs from 17 years of photographer Peter van Agtmael’s work to draw a complex picture of post 9/11 America.via Blind Magazine: […]

  • Young European Photographers, Episode 1: Michalina (Poland) — Blind Magazine

    Young European Photographers, Episode 1: Michalina (Poland) — Blind MagazineIn this first episode of Young European Photographers, we visit Polish photographer Michalina Kuczyńska, who documents the social tensions and protests her country has experienced since the far right came to power.via Blind Magazine: https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/lab/young-european-photographers-episode-1-michalina-poland/Michalina Kuczyńska is the youngest member of the Archive of Public Protests […]

  • A Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti – burn magazine

    A Muntagna | Emanuele OcchipintiA Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti Mount Etna and the surrounding area is an island within an island. It’s the highest active volcano in Europe, a majestic presence that touches all of Sicily and all…via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/04/a-muntagna-by-emanuele-occhipinti/“‘A Muntagna” is a long journey around Mount Etna and the surrounding area, telling the […]