Lisetta Carmi, Unrestrained

Gallerie D’Italia museum in Turin celebrates the life and work of multifaceted photographer Lisetta Carmi, who died on July 5, 2022 at age …

Auctus Animalis : A Visual/Musical Bestiary

The photographer Vincent Fournier and the composer Sébastien Gaxie won the Swisslife 4 Hands Prize, bringing together two disciplines: photography and music. Their …

The Mombasa Portrait Studio Heralding Kenya’s Independence

Revisiting the archive of Indian photographer N.V. Parekh, who created a space for imagination through portraiture.

Black Queer Touch

D’angelo Lovell Williams’ book “Contact High” is a performative inquiry on black queer sexuality and intimate relationships.

LIFE: Photography Under the Skin

For the second time in Europe, unpublished LIFE photographs are being brought out of the archives to be exhibited and auctioned in Paris. …

A Warm and Whimsical Look at 1970s Texas

Bob Shaw revisits his early photography career documenting music, art, and daily life across Fort Worth.


Ruth Orkin, American Girl in Italy, 1951. Gelatin silver print, 8 1⁄2 × 11 15⁄16 in. (21.6 × 30.3 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Helen Kornblum in honor of Roxana Marcoci. © 2022 Ruth Orkin Photo Archive.

Photographs by Women Artists from Helen Kornblum

The exhibition Our Selves: Photographs by Women Artists at the Museum of Modern Art in New York through October 2, asks “How have women artists used photography as a tool of resistance?”.


Bernard Plossu, Arizona, 1980 © Dave Ronan

Best Regards, Bernard Plossu

They are heirs to a time in suspension, and their images continue to enrich the world history of photography and our own impatient eyes. Blind shares the memories of some magical encounters with these virtuosos of the camera, soloists in black & white or in color, artists faithful to gelatin silver photography or bewitched by digital technologies. Today: Bernard Plossu, and an intimate journey across the landscape.