Svetlana Neskovska

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Saul Leiter’s Artful Photographs of the Female Nude

The expansive and intimate collection wasn’t found until after the fashion photographer’s death<p>American image-maker <b>Saul Leiter</b> was a famously private …

East Village

Pop art legend Robert Indiana leaves legacy of 'LOVE'

Once part of the inner circle of Andy Warhol's Pop Art scene, the artist best known for creating the 'LOVE' sculpture has passed away at the age of …

Art

5 Fundamental Tactics for Making Your First 6 Figures, No Matter What Industry You're In

Whatever your service or product, there are only so many ways to connect, build trust and make that all-important first sale.<p>5 min read<p>With billions of people using the internet and social media every day, there has never been a better time to generate revenue as an entrepreneur. Yet, if you spend …

Small Business

Mastering the Kirlian Photography Technique: A Short Guide

The Kirlian photography technique is still one of the most spectacular ways to shoot different subjects. This method is a bit of a mystery, …

Landscape Photography

David Lynch Doesn’t Enjoy Your Social Media Reactions to Films: ‘Unless You’re A Poet, Words Will Fail You’

Speaking at the Festival of Disruption, Lynch also revealed a surprising choice for his television guilty pleasure.<p>Before official reviews are …

Social Media

Why It Doesn’t Matter What Camera You Shoot With

Dear friend,As a word of encouragement: it doesn’t matter what camera you shoot with. Why? No matter how “good” or “bad” your camera is, you will get …

Street Photography

AIPAD 2018 – Imogen Cunningham, presented by Contemporary Works

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A time capsule of the American feminist movement, by Lynn Gilbert

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Feminism

Marvin Newman: A taste for modernity

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Features

Why Nan Goldin, Diane Arbus, and Brassaï’s photos are still so important

“History repeats itself so often that looking at it from a long view is forever important.” Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA) curator, Lanka Tattersall, is reflecting on why it’s important to look at photography from the past. It’s a sentiment that drives MOCA’s upcoming show, <i>Real</i> …

PHOTOS: Shaking Up The Idea Of What Africa Looks Like

Africa's big photo show is asking some big questions.<p>What does it mean to be an artist in Africa? And what does the future hold for the continent?<p>"The Bamako Encounters," the 11th African Biennale of Photography, explores the heady topics of identity and possibility through the theme of "Afrotopia."<p>…

Art

Pioneering Dancer Loïe Fuller Brought Art Nouveau to Life

Samuel Joshua Beckett, <i>[Loïe Fuller Dancing]</i>, ca. 1900. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.Fifty million people flocked to the Exposition …

Art

Modern Paris Seen Through Retro Porthole Windows of ‘Tours Aillaud’ High-Rises

Parisian photographer Laurent Kronental’s latest photo series, <i>Les Yeux des Tours</i>, captures life through the porthole windows of the Tours Aillaud—a social housing estate in the Pablo Picasso district of Nanterre. With 18 towers ranging from 7 to 38 stories high, the housing project accounts for a …

Photographers of Modernist Buildings Give a Face to the Tenants Who Live in Them

Based in Poland, Zupagrafika is a creative publisher and design studio run by Hispanic-Polish duo, David Navarro and Martyna Sobecka. Since 2012, Zupagrafika have published award-winning “build your own” architectural books showcasing their favorite Modernist and Brutalist buildings from the former …

The Poet-Publisher Who Fathered San Francisco’s Beat Scene

A Brescia exhibition charts the legacy of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the poet, painter and publisher who founded City Lights bookstore<p><b>Who?</b> <b>Lawrence</b> …

David Lynch’s Book of Nudes is as Mysterious as You’d Expect

We take a look inside the American artist’s latest publication: an intriguing photographic study of the nude female form<p><b>David Lynch</b> has always been …

When Staged Photography Becomes Art

November 24, 2016<p>A philosophy graduate interested in theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.<p>Throughout the 20th century, photography …

Patti Smith & Robert Mapplethorpe Pictures from “Just Kids”

Between fragility and grunge, spontaneity and sophistication, the photographer Judy Linn shot the graceful period when she lived with her friends in …

Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick: A Brief, White-Hot, and Totally Doomed Romance

Beautiful, rich, and deeply damaged, Edie Sedgwick was the avatar of Andy Warhol’s desires. In 1965, as Pop art’s prince moved from painting into film, he made Sedgwick his superstar—his Marilyn—until the relationship imploded.<p>They were one of the great romances of the 1960s. Pop art’s golden …

The Arts

This pioneering woman photographer found home in the sweet security of the streets

Helen Levitt chronicled urban life in a time before television<p>In 2002, just seven years before her death at 95, Helen Levitt gave a rare interview to …

The Elusive Visionary Who Brought Fantasy to Fashion Photos

A new exhibition at New York’s Met shines a long overdue light on the legacy of Baron Adolf de Meyer<p><b>Who?</b> No really, who was <b>Baron Adolf de Meyer</b>? …

The Downtown New York photographer that you should know

During the 1970s and 80s, “underground legend”, Peter Hujar, spent his days capturing the reality of living in New York City. Closely linked to sociocultural scenes, his images were real, raw, and showcased a “deep understanding of his subject's true nature through his lens”. After beginning his …

Art

How It Works: 9 Photography Techniques You Need to Know

Ana Mendieta’s Death Should Not Define Her Legacy, Says Coco Fusco

“She ventured where others didn’t dare. She went back to Cuba when the price for doing so was to be excoriated by other exiles.”<p>“At the time it …

Jacques Henri Lartigue rediscovered by Agnès b.

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Leica Hall of Fame Award 2017 winner Gianni Berengo Gardin

<i>He tells us the three things he loves the most are women, chocolate and Leica. But not necessarily in that order… We caught up with Gianni Berengo</i> …

Street Photography

These amazing street photos show 20 years of New York’s gritty glam era—through one woman’s eyes

From 1975 to 1994, Carrie Boretz chronicled city life<p>There are no smartphones in Carrie Boretz’s photos of New York — no stooped screen-ward gazes, …

West Village

A 360-Degree Tour of Ansel Adams, the Photographer That Broke All the Rules

<i>Ansel Adams [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons</i>When you think of the giants in the photography industry - especially in the 20th Century - Ansel …

Landscape Photography

10 Photographers Who Captured the Grit and Glamour of L.A.