Vincent Peters: Personal

Vincent Peters: Personal

For more than 20 years, Vincent Peters has been among the best photographers internationally. The artist, a native of Bremen, Germany, lives in Paris and Ibiza and sees the world as his playground. His unmistakable signature style—sensitive, classic photos—is in…
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Andrew Savulich: The City

Andrew Savulich: The City

Social and cultural transition is often hard to gauge. New York in the 1980s and the first half of the 90s was clearly a different place than it is now: the city was more violent, the streets stranger, and Times…
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Antoine Le Grand: Portraits

Antoine Le Grand: Portraits

French photographer Antoine Le Grand (born 1956) is widely known for his striking portraits of celebrities–filmmakers, actors, actresses, musicians and architects. He has photographed countless major stars of stage and screen, from Iggy Pop to David Lynch, from Charlotte Rampling…
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Disco: The Bill Bernstein Photographs

Disco: The Bill Bernstein Photographs

Containing many previously unpublished photographs, Disco takes the viewer on an access-all-areas tour of late-’70s New York nightlife. “Who were these people of the night … ? It was the Posers. The Watchers. The Posers watching other Posers watching the…
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Jacqueline Roberts: Nebula

Jacqueline Roberts: Nebula

Reviving 19th-century photographic processes, Spanish photographer Jacqueline Roberts traces the moment of limbo that marks the transition from childhood to adolescence. Nebula is a collection of portraits that capture the mist of psychological and emotional change in youth; a glimpse into their…
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Joan Liftin: Marseille

Joan Liftin: Marseille

Marseille is a love letter from an American to France’s oldest and second largest city. Joan Liftin’s photographs of Marseille, one of Europe’s most ethnically diverse cities, show us a place where much of life still unfolds on the street.…
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Nuno Moreira: ZONA

Nuno Moreira: ZONA

The inward space is the stage for ZONA, the new photobook by Portuguese artist Nuno Moreira. ZONA plunges deeply into the unconscious by visually giving form to recurrent dreams and explorations on interior landscapes. Similar to theatre, or even cinema,…
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Bruce Davidson: Los Angeles 1964

Bruce Davidson: Los Angeles 1964

Bruce Davidson describes the genesis of this project thus: “Esquire’s editors sent me to Los Angeles, and when I landed at LA International Airport I noticed giant palm trees growing in the parking lot. I ordered a hamburger through a…
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Elisabeth Sunday: Grace

Elisabeth Sunday: Grace

Elisabeth Sunday has found her muse in Africa: a place of origins, devastating beauty, great troubles and unyielding expressions of life. She has traveled alone and lived among various original peoples who amidst a changing world, have clung tenaciously to…
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Stephen Shames: Bronx Boys

Stephen Shames: Bronx Boys

“The Bronx has a terrible beauty, stark and harsh, like the desert. At first glance you imagine nothing can survive. Then you notice life going on all around. People adapt, survive, and even prosper in this urban moonscape of quick…
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Sebastião Salgado: Other Americas

Sebastião Salgado: Other Americas

The first edition of Sebastião Salgado: Other Americas was published in 1985 by the French publisher Contrejour, and included photographs from Salgado’s numerous trips through Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala and Mexico. The Brazil-born, Paris-based photographer traveled extensively in Latin…
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Ken Schles: Invisible City

Ken Schles: Invisible City

For a decade, Ken Schles watched the passing of time from his Lower East Side neighborhood. His camera fixed the instances of his observations, and these moments became the foundation of his “invisible city.” Friends and architecture come under the…
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Wynn Bullock: Revelations

Wynn Bullock: Revelations

Wynn Bullock was one of the most significant photographers of the mid-twentieth century. A close friend of influential West Coast artists Ansel Adams and Edward Weston and a contemporary of Minor White and Frederick Sommer, Bullock created work marked by…
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Nobuyoshi Araki: Eros Diary

Nobuyoshi Araki: Eros Diary

Nobuyoshi Araki’s (born 1940) Eros Diary is comprised of a series of 77 new black-and-white photographs that break from his traditional ruminations on eroticism and death to reflect more inwardly on the artist’s own life and mortality. These photographs highlight…
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