Parents-children and vice versa 

© Joan Albert Two books of photography, one by a mother, Joan Albert (Family Photographs), who photographed her children, and the other by …

Bob Farese: A Sensory Walk

In Am I Not Light, published by Lecturis, Bob Farese takes us on a journey into his interiority, letting us jolt along in …

Above and Below the Surface

In his series “Waterlines”, Greek photographer Alexis Vasilikos sees the lines painted on the sides of boats as powerful abstractions.

The Ping Pong Effect

In Italy, Cortona on the Move festival this year focuses on the photographer’s legitimacy and authorship, and on the different applications of photography …

When Women Take on the Arts

The 53rd Rencontres d’Arles tackle a much-avoided, even controversial, issue: the exhibition “A Feminist Avant-Garde” takes us back to the 1970s to examine …

Are DSLR Cameras Going Extinct?

Amid rumors that Nikon is joining Canon in winding down development and production of DSLR cameras, a look back at the history and …


When Home is a Labyrinth

For four years photographer Camilla de Maffei explored the sparsely populated region of the Danube delta, a labyrinth of water and marshes overlooking the Black Sea.

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In Lausanne, Plateforme 10 Unites Visual Arts

Inaugurated on June 18, the new art center Plateforme 10 in Lausanne, Switzerland, brings together three museums devoted to photography, painting, and contemporary art. Their first themed exhibition focuses on the train.


Star-forming region in the Carina Nebula. What looks much like craggy mountains on a moonlit evening is actually the edge of a nearby, young, star-forming region NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula. Captured in infrared light by the Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, this image reveals previously obscured areas of star birth. © NASA

A Journey Through Time and Space

Earlier this week, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope revealed new portions of the cosmos as they appeared earlier than 13 billion years ago, around the time the universe began its expansion.