Post-Tsunami Photos of Loss and Mourning
Using long time exposures, painting with light, and appropriating the faded and cracked colors of old water-damaged snapshots, a new series of photographs conveys complex feelings of loss in profound new ways.
Exhibition Spotlight: The Sun Room
Editors’ Exhibition Pick: Saturated colors, optical aberrations, and visual noise are tools for reinterpreting landscapes in this intimate, inventive exhibition showing in New York City.
The Unseen: Seeing the World Anew, in Infrared
This lovely photobook is filled with discovery, taking us on an eye-opening journey from England’s most haunted village to the flooded fields of Assam, passing by dazzling blue glaciers and a crimson-drenched apiary—all through the inverted...
War Memoranda: Chlorophyll Leaf Prints
Using a unique chlorophyll printing process, these appropriated civil war portraits offer a lyrical reflection on the grave costs of war.
Memories of Past, Insights Towards the Future
Mixing nostalgia and beauty with a dash of uneasiness—and cross-fertilizing photographic techniques from the analog to the digital—these dreamy landscapes are one man’s expression of his way...
Shot: Contemporary Tintypes Comment on American Gun Culture
Utilizing darkroom techniques that date back to the Civil War, these tintype portraits offer an unusual, fresh perspective on the overheated debate surrounding gun control.
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Boys & Men: Portraits of London’s Male Escorts
The sex industry is one of the world’s oldest, yet continues to be kept largely out of society’s view—these portraits, focusing on male escorts, offer a sensitive look at a group of deeply overlooked individuals.
Love We Leave Behind
A reflection on the ephemeral nature of our passions and sorrows—do the emotions we experience mark or alter the spaces we occupy?
The Prostitutes and the Priest
Faced with no other option, young women in Namibia turn to sex work in order to survive. In this short film, they talk about their tireless advocate: a German priest who broke ranks with his institution to do what he felt was right.
Weekend Warriors and Beyond
A wide-ranging discussion about the idea of the “invisible” photographer: “Sometimes you have to choose: is this situation aesthetically more interesting to me? Or it is a situation I want to experience?”
Addictions, Photographic and Otherwise
Two brothers—one addicted to photography, the other to harder and harder drugs. But the latter loved being photographed, making the image the medium of exchange for this pair of kindred souls.
Pushing the boundaries of the medium, this artist hacked into state-controlled surveillance systems and gleaned classical landscape images that question the changing relationship we have with place.