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American Streets
The exhibition “Vivian Maier-Sabine Weiss: Made in USA” at Les Douches la Galerie draws a parallel between two groundbreaking women photographers of the …
Gordon Parks’ Testimony of Black Life in America
Originally Published in 1971, Gordon Park's Born Black was the first book to unite both Parks' writing and photography. The book focused on …
Visions and Images: Alexander Liberman, 1977
In the following video, Vogue's legendary editorial director Alexander Liberman is interviewed by Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, for the television program Visions and Images.
A Love Letter to New York’s Mom & Pop Shops 
James and Karla Murray pay homage to 200 local landmarks that transform the city of 8 million into a network of villages.
To Look Native
In her book “You don’t Look Native to Me”, photographer Maria Sturm engages with issues of identity and representation, working with members of …
Joe Conzo: A Look Back at the Bronx, 1977 – 1984
Photographer Joe Conzo, Jr. was born and raised in the South Bronx. Through a combination of luck and circumstance, as a teenager Conzo …


Hong Kong © Mikko Takkunen

The Brilliant Colors of Hong Kong’s Darkest Days

As Hong Kong worked to recover from the mass anti-government protests of 2019 and the Covid-19 pandemic closed the city, photo editor and photographer Mikko Takkunen set out to photograph this city in a fresh way. His photographs, in brilliant, saturated color, reveal hidden perspectives and moods that many have not seen.

Ralph Gibson: The French Connection

A new book from Ralph Gibson, “Salon Littéraire,” offers a half-century of the legendary photographer’s stunning (and surprising) images of France.


Covered Car, Redwoods, California, 1964 © Joel Meyerowitz, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery

Joel Meyerowitz: A Theater of Color

Joel Meyerowitz was one of the first to defend color photography at a time when it was rejected by the art world. A colorist, with an attention to detail… Meyerowitz is above all a man whose photography changed, and who, in turn, changed photography.

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