I grew up having three artist parents, I’ve been a photographer since 1957 or 1973 (depending on how you count) and I’ve been a curator since 1975. Consequently, I am happy to find myself in artists’ studios often. I’m primarily there to look at their art but I love to savor the delightful conjunctions of objects and images in those studios – 2 and 3 dimensional collages that both create and result from the powerful artistic charge that is the lifeblood of an artist’s studio.
— Christopher Rauschenberg
See an exhibition of this work at the Elizabeth Leach Gallery in Portland through March 8.
Before photographing conflicts around the world, photojournalist Stanley Greene was on the front lines of San Francisco's punk scene.
The Hollow Hills festival, just outside Moscow, was a huge musical and cultural event organized fully by volunteers, and open to all for free. This report fromcaptures the carefree exhilaration of escaping the day-to-day rules and routines of Russian life.