SPOTLIGHTWorking from the Head and the HeartFor Brian Clamp, founder of CLAMP, New York, trusting your gut and staying true to your own vision—and communicating it well—are the vital ingredients for a fruitful fine art practice and gallerist-artist partnership.Read More
Working from the Head and the Heart
For Brian Clamp, founder of CLAMP, New York, trusting your gut and staying true to your own vision—and communicating it well—are the vital ingredients for a fruitful fine art practice and gallerist-artist partnership.
Process, Place, Imperfection: In Conversation with Gallerist Anna Walker Skillman
Drawing on decades of experience in the fine art world, renowned gallerist Anna Walker Skillman offers her perspective on what’s shifted and what remains unchanged at the core of great photography.
The Best and Worst of Times: Talking Photobooks With Aperture’s Lesley Martin
A leading expert in the field shares her thoughts on the “golden age” of photobooks and offers advice to aspiring authors.
Fueling their artistic practice with a deep commitment to innovation, Ukrainian duo Synchrodogs’ latest project takes their dreamlike aesthetic to new terrain through a collaboration with...
Call for Entries! Art Photography Awards 2023
Show us your unique creative vision! These awards will showcase remarkable and compelling art photography from all over the world. Send in your best work today for a chance to be exhibited in London alongside the UK’s largest fair for...
An ambitious, challenging, immersive “post-photographic” response to T.S. Eliot’s epic poem “The Waste Land” rises and resonates 100 years after the original writing.
For over five years, Jake Ricker has visited the Golden Gate Bridge almost every day to take photographs. His project pays tribute to the highs and lows of the human experience that play out against San Francisco’s iconic red-orange landmark.