It feels as if our relationship with the idea of home is changing. Across the world, nationalism finds itself dancing freely with far-right politics, while political divisions have chopped families right down the middle, transforming previously tight-kni
The most recent episode from the “Artist Cribs” series features photographer Michael Jang’s sweet San Francisco home. As Jang walks through his place, he takes time to show off images from his archives, his cameras, and what looks like an incredible home darkroom. He also shared anecdotes about the work—like crashing a poetry event to get a portrait of William S. Burroughs.
Somewhere in the virtual world, I came across The Point, a new Blurb book that is the collaborative effort of Kirk Crippens and Michael Jang. I'm a big fan of both photographers, and I love the idea of working apart and together to create a significant project.
Bernd Reinhardt, shared the work of his friend, Michael Jang, with me recently. Bernd is inspired not only by his photographs, but by his philosphies and approach to his image making and I have to agree with that assessment. Michael is not your typical photographer.
NSFW: Some images in this gallery contain explicit content. Michael Jang’s portfolio is an eclectic mixture of gripping moments, shot with skill and attitude. Luminaries such as David Bowie, Johnny Rotten and Richard Pryor are caught with their guard down