Dubbed Japan’s most-controversial photographer, Nobuyoshi Araki has, for nearly half a century, pushed the boundaries of respectability to near-buckling point – and beyond. A new retrospective exhibition
Known for confrontational, often very explicit bondage-themed images, Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki has long been a favorite of Saint Laurent designer Anthony Vaccarello. While Araki’s fetishistic
Photography,Race issues,Art and design,Culture,Malaysia,World news,British identity and society,Society,Young people,Students,Higher education,UK news,Art Daniel Adams’s series Why Is Your English So exposes
Written by Allyssia Alleyne, CNN "The camera is such an incredible weapon. It's like a gun pointed right at your face," says photographer Marc Hom. For the last 25 years, his targets have been some of
A new exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris showcases the photographer’s striking compositions, the amazing mid-century fashion of his subjects, and the story of how they were almost lost forever. The
We spoke to photographer Owen Scarbiena about the photos he found in his old negatives drawer. Kate Moss is as British as the Queen, shitty train service, and shirtless men drinking Stella. She's become
A photographer based in Mesa, Arizona, Matt Priestley has a portfolio filled with stunning portraits. Manipulating shadows and light, each of his photos look like they could be a part of a magazine spread.
The ever-talented photographer Shlomi Nissim, the person behind the set we called Little Red Riding Hood's Demise, is back with another arresting photo. He's named this one Pocahontas. Nissim accompanies