Tagged: Photography

Studio Visit: Romke Hoogwaerts

Studio Visit: Romke Hoogwaerts

Writer Kathleen Hefty visits photographer and cult publisher Romke Hoogwaerts at his New York home studio.

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Studio Visit: Paul Barbera

Studio Visit: Paul Barbera

We visited the Lower East Side studio of the photographer who arguably made studio visits a thing, Paul Barbera. He just opened a new show this week, and his second “Where They Create” book comes out this fall.

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Danny Lyon at The Whitney

Danny Lyon at The Whitney

The first retrospective of photographer Danny Lyon’s work opens this month at the Whitney Museum in New York City.

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Studio Visit: Renato D’Agostin

Studio Visit: Renato D’Agostin

The carefully observed compositions of photographer Renato D’Agostin.

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Portugal in 35mm

Portugal in 35mm

Photographer Stephanie Noritz shows us the rainy romance of Portuguese cities.

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The Japanese Port Town

The Japanese Port Town

Haruka Sakaguchi explores the port towns and fishing villages of her homeland, Japan.

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David Zilber on David Zilber

David Zilber on David Zilber

We asked David Zilber, noted photographer and Sous Chef at the infamous Noma to tell us a bit about himself.

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David & Gladys Wright House

David & Gladys Wright House

Our friend Tavish Timothy traveled to the David & Gladys Wright house in Arizona to learn a bit more about the historic home.

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Joni Sternbach : Tintypes

Joni Sternbach : Tintypes

Joni Sternbach’s cult hit Surf Site Tin Type is now in it’s second printing. We spoke with Sternbach on the occasion of the re-release to learn about her process and the history behind her work.

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John Kayser: Direct Contact

John Kayser: Direct Contact

An exhibition of the previously unseen photography of John Kayser goes on display October 14th at the Christian Berst Art Brut in New York.

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Mikael Kennedy: New Mexico

Mikael Kennedy: New Mexico

Mikael Kennedy blends camera, car and the American highway into a singularly stunning body of work. His style is marked by expansive landscapes, dreamy natural light and a particular fondness for Polaroid. Beyond his personal exploration he’s worked for a long list of sterling clients from Vogue to Wythe Hotel, tours with his folk songstress wife and also […]

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Maggie Shannon: Portraiture

Maggie Shannon: Portraiture

Good portraiture is hard. To dig beneath the surface and expose vulnerable, multifaceted individuals whilst also maintaining a personal style is a delicate line to walk. Most famed portraitists—from Liebovitz to Richardson—are singularly about style and recreate subjects in their own images. Every so often, though, a rare eye emerges with real knack for portraiture. Maggie Shannon’s work is human, […]

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Asheville in 35

Asheville in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris Cafés, London tube stations. On a recent trip to Asheville, NC, we discovered why the bustling mountain town is casually referred to as the Portland of the South. We headed down on a Friday, a six hour drive from Richmond, […]

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Spencer Grant: Boston Protests

Spencer Grant: Boston Protests

Protests have long been among the most effective means of showing the power of opinion. Despite the rise of armchair activism, protests, marches and sit-ins on both sides of the liberal/conservative divide remain commonplace to this day. But the golden age of the protest in America was the second-half of the twentieth century—a time of intensely divided public opinion and […]

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Desert Riders: Skate Palm Springs

Desert Riders: Skate Palm Springs

I came to Palm Springs to escape a January of one too many polar vortices over New York. Almost as an afterthought, given the need for sunlight, I decided to make some portraits for a long-term documentary project on which I am working.  Before setting off, I had entertained a vague notion of a Mad […]

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Photography: Lena C. Emery

Photography: Lena C. Emery

Self-describing as itinerant, the photographer Lena C. Emery is probably more well-traveled than most. She was born in Germany and raised in Singapore. Emery later found her way to Paris to study Fine Arts at Parsons Paris School of Art & Design. After her schooling, she relocated to Berlin where she worked as an art director. […]

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Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape

Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape

Diversity is an important feature of the United States—not only in its people, but also its landscapes. They vary greatly, from the vast canyons of the Southwest to the towering skyline of New York City. These landscapes aren’t just focused on nature, but also how we who occupy the land and where our culture intersects […]

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Richmond in 35

Richmond in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris Cafés, London tube stations. In Richmond, Virginia’s case, it’s the mighty James River. Tavish Timothy captures the unseen textures of the River City in stunningly composed film photography. He photographs his city in the time between a full time job downtown […]

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Tokyo in 35

Tokyo in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris cafés, London tube stations. Tokyo transplant Alex Thomas is a self-described freeter. She captures her city between photography, design, and DJ gigs, as an “intensive, obsessive hobby”. Her candid images serve as a nuanced and raw portrait of Tokyo, day-to-day […]

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Interview: Alan Del Rio Ortiz

Interview: Alan Del Rio Ortiz

Brooklyn director and photographer Alan Del Rio Ortiz is quickly becoming indie music’s go-to creative force for clean, expressive visual treatments. One look at his work, and it’s easy to see why. He’s directed videos for Blood Orange, Danny Brown and more, and accompanied St. Vincent on tours around the globe. Much like the music […]

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