SPOTLIGHTImpossible InstallationsFueling 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 Artificial Intelligence.Read More
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 Artificial Intelligence.
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.
Between These Folded Walls, Utopia
Working in collaboration with their protagonists, Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer depict hopeful, powerful “utopian” visions for young women whose lives have been uprooted by forced migration.
A Bear in the Lowlands
A touching retirement story of a 43-year-old brown bear, and the 80-year-old animal trainer who has cared for her since birth.
Some Say Ice
In her new book “Some Say Ice”— an eerie portrait of the people, places and animals of the small Midwestern town of Black River Falls—Alessandra Sanguinetti confronts photography’s uneasy relationship to life and death.