SPOTLIGHTParis Photo 2016: Editors’ PreviewCelebrating its 20th edition, Paris Photo attracts photography lovers from all over the world, who will gather at the Grand Palais to discover what has been making waves in the photo world over the past year. Discover our editors’ favorites from what will be on show.
Paris Photo 2016: Editors’ Preview
Celebrating its 20th edition, Paris Photo attracts photography lovers from all over the world, who will gather at the Grand Palais to discover what has been making waves in the photo world over the past year. Discover our editors’ favorites from what will be on show.
Looking At You: Breda International Photo Festival 2016
The 7th edition of this festival presents the work of over 70 photographers on the theme of “YOU.” The result? A diverse and inspiring showcase of creativity surrounding the fragile—yet courageous—self-sustaining individual.
The Power of Collections: Learning From San Francisco’s Pier 24
Precious insights from Chris McCall, the director of one of America’s preeminent photographic institutions—a unique, contemplative space unlike any other.
Belief, On the Move
An impressive, thought-provoking group show explores the idea of how “belief” (both secular and religious) continues to change and transform in contemporary cultures around the world.
Preview: Unseen Photo Fair and Festival 2016
With offerings ranging from curation by the Dutch legend Anton Corbijn to emerging Japanese photography and African portraiture, this year’s Unseen Photo Fair & Festival promises to be as diverse and eclectic as ever.
Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity
An exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London highlights dandyism “as radical personal politics, a willed flamboyance that flies in the face of conventional constructions of the black masculine.”
PhotoFairs | Shanghai 2016: Director’s Highlights
For its third edition, this cutting-edge photo fair makes available some of the most exciting work being made in Asia today. Here, we preview some of our favorite works and include a selection from the fair’s artistic director.
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Four Sisters, 40 Years: Nicholas Nixon Video Interview
Once a year, for 40 years, the Brown sisters have had their portrait taken—listen to the photographer speak about this simple, yet amazing series of photographs.
Lord of the Mangrove
Amidst the roots of the tallest mangrove trees in the world, young concheros (or shell pickers) hunt for the precious black shells that will support their families. Felipe Jacome has photographed this practice for a decade.
El Sueno: An Americano Project
Toothbrush? Non-essential. Soap, too. Shoelaces: dangerous contraband. At the U.S. Border Patrol facility in Arizona, we discover the scant belongings of attempted immigrants who were apprehended in the desert, seized on their path towards...
Nothing Added, Nothing Removed
Splicing and rearranging the subjects depicted in vintage flea market finds, photographer Kensuke Koike reformats discarded memories into intriguing and precise abstract works.