Recent Articles

Is this really Stephen Shore’s first retrospective?
Madrid show takes in motels, postcards, high concepts and print-on-demand experiments
Published: Monday, 22 September 2014
Photos that changed the world: #2 The Critic
Weegee’s 1943 photo outside the Met Opera influenced street photography, film noir and tabloid subterfuge
Published: Thursday, 18 September 2014
Photos that changed the world: #1 Horses Trotting
Eadweard J. Muybridge's 1879 print was the first to capture animals moving, changing both photography and art
Published: Thursday, 11 September 2014
London’s negative-free photo show
Michael Hoppen Contemporary shows how today's photographers are looking back to yesterday's techniques
Published: Tuesday, 9 September 2014
Is there anything cooler than a Roger Ballen board?
Apart from one of his books of course. Familia celebrates 10th anniversary with the photographer's artwork
Published: Friday, 5 September 2014
Hélène Binet’s trip through time
The photographer trains her lens on earth's oldest structures for a new show at the Ammann Gallery, Cologne
Published: Friday, 5 September 2014
Get your photo taken Magnum style!
Want to have your pic taken in the style of Martin Parr, Eliott Erwitt or Philippe Halsman? Here's how
Published: Thursday, 4 September 2014
Why Joel Meyerowitz thinks this is his best photo
The photographer tells the Huffington Post why he keeps coming back to this image, taken in Paris 47 years ago
Published: Wednesday, 3 September 2014
The end of Martin Parr’s Black Country Story
The Magnum photographer’s extensive four-year project in the British Midlands rounds off with a major exhibition
Published: Wednesday, 3 September 2014
Why EarthArt beats Google
The New York Times' Michael Pollak tried an interesting experiment when he reviewed our Bernhard Edmaier book
Published: Thursday, 21 August 2014
Daido Moriyama and the scent of the city
How the Japanese photographer always looks for the dim light in a shadowy environment
Published: Monday, 11 August 2014
The melancholy life of the amazing André Kertész
Though a master of composition, the Hungarian photographer could never really find himself in the frame
Published: Tuesday, 5 August 2014

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