Brooklyn — the Borough of Churches — is where Larry Racioppo has been photographing Good Friday processions and pageants since the 1970s.
Unlike some traditional documentary essays about Holy Week in Spain or Guatemala, his images show an intimacy with both the people and the city. It has been a running concern in his street photography, which includes a series on memorial walls and religious spaces in daily neighborhood life.
Photographer's Photographer, Marc McAndrews' new project, American Ultraviolence, allows us entree into the world of extreme wrestling, where blood and posturing are part of the spectacle. Marc's work often explores fringe cultures, including his well-reg
Ed Kashi’s new book “Witness Number 8: Photojournalisms” (Nazraeli Press 2012) is a collection of images, diary entries and letters to his wife, Julie Winokur. Mr. Kashi spoke about the book with James Estrin this month at the National Press Photographers Association’s Northern Short Course in Fairfax, Va. Their conversation has been edited.