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By StreetPX | In association with StreetPX, a Photography Podcast. A digital mashup of articles discovered on the photographic study of the human condition. Street photography, Documentary photography and Photojournalism. www.StreetPX.com

Retrospective London exhibition for renowned photographer Elliott Erwitt, who turns 90 this year

A retrospective Elliott Erwitt exhibition is being staged in London to celebrate his 90th birthday later this year. One of the giants of American …

Street Photography

William Eggleston's Music, Much Like His Photography, Thrives Off Ambiguity

In the 1970s, William Eggleston shocked the New York art world when the Museum of Modern Art exhibited his color photographs (Until then, most<br>serious photography had been black and white). Eggleston's pictures of the everyday established color photography and turned him into an art star. At the age …

Street Photography

This Documentary Will Satisfy Your Curiosity About Daido Moriyama

<i>This documentary on Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama should be on your photography-related playlist.</i><p>Daido Moriyama has long been an iconic figure …

Street Photography

When Behind-the-Scenes Movie Photos Finally See the Light

What it’s like to be an on-set photographer<p>They dress in black. The crawl, they climb. Always looking. They hide around corners, doing their best to …

Whitney Houston

‘Every year more stays here’: Mexico’s drug traffic is now hitting home - Washington Post

Mexico

This Haitian Photographer Captures Marginalized Communities with Hyper-Realist Portraiture

Kòktèl (2017)<p>PETWO (2016)<p>Haitian photographer Zarita Zevallos takes a particular interest in identities, communities and their place in the world we …

Social Justice

When a Hurricane Hits Home: Life in Puerto Rico After Maria

Rather than risk being stranded in the countryside, Dennis Manuel Rivera rode out Hurricane Maria inside the newsroom of El Nuevo Día, Puerto Rico’s leading newspaper. Once the winds passed, he headed to the airport, going from hangar to hangar looking for a pilot willing to fly over the island. …

“Colour is Life”: A Candid Conversation With Joel Meyerowitz

The 79-year-old photographer was one of the first to shoot in colour – and as a new exhibition demonstrates, his photographs are as nuanced and …

EP52 - It Takes a Village with Street Photographer Michelle Groskopf

<b>It’s Michelle Groskopf Week!</b><p>We have one hell of a fun show for you today, as we sit down with “<i>Full Frontal</i>” member and L.A.’s own, Michelle …

Underfire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro | Official website for the HBO Documentary 'Underfire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro'.

About the Film<p><i>Pvt. Wiselogle on track with Motorcycle, Montargis, France 1944</i><p><i>Liberation of Nantes, France 1944</i><p><i>Pvt. Lofgren with boy, Mont Dol,</i> …

Magnum in Harlem • Group Exhibition

Eli Reed Harlem street scene. Child playing in an unfed car. New York City, USA. 1987. © Eli Reed | Magnum Photos<p>A group show staged by MAC, provides …

Bleak Beauty: Josef Koudelka's Industrial Landscapes

Josef Koudelka Dunkerque, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, (Usinor) Sollac, France. 1987. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos<p>Josef Koudelka started using a camera in …

KQED

You might think that 93-year-old Fred Lyon, whose photographs have captured San Francisco for seven decades, spends most of his time indulging in …

EP50 - We Were Misfits, with Rock & Roll Photographer Jay Blakesberg

Coming to you from the Harvey Milk Recording Studio, in San Francisco’s historic Harvey Milk Arts Center, it’s time to get excited, because we did it …

"Holy F**k, this is like a Warzone" w/ Vegas Photojournalist Chase Stevens

Chase Stevens, staff photographer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, joins the StreetPX crew to discuss his experience documenting the active Las …

Gulf Coast Fishing: A Photo Essay

As with many coastal towns, a trip to Galveston Island is never complete without freshly caught seafood.<p>Enter Buddy Guindon, longtime commercial …

Photo Essays

Photo Essay: India’s Silent Emergency – Malnutrition

In rural Bihar, poor nutrition is caused by interrelated factors like the low-intake of nutritious food, lack of healthcare, poor sanitation, early …

India

A Black Woman, Steel Worker, and Artist, Through the Eyes of LaToya Ruby Frazier

The photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier can capture the decline of an entire economy, the vulnerable cycles of American industry, within a single human face. Like the documentarians Dorothea Lange and Gordon Parks before her, she scales down social upheaval to the intimate, modest scale of …

Photographers

The Untold Quiet of Kurdish Iraq

A serpentine river gently cuts through a mountain plateau. Shepherds tend their flock while young men hunt wild game, fish along ancient tributaries or kayak over rapids. This pleated landscape of rolling hills and jagged mountains is most verdant in spring, when the junipers are full, the grass a …

The attentive gravity of Stephen Shames

<b>The American photographer who has documented the civil rights struggle in the United States, is the subject of a retrospective at the Maison de la</b> …

Unforgettable Photos from One of the World’s Last Matrilineal Societies

In order to get to China’s Lugu Lake, where the Mosuo people live, German photographer Karolin Klüppel traveled by road. That road, she says, has …

Emotions

Igor Coko – Living Behind Bars

Igor CokoLiving Behind BarsWhat is happening behind bars and closed heavy iron doors of the prison cells? Is it like we used to see at the movies? Or …

Italy

Chilling photos of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fleeing Burma

Looking for news you can trust?<br>Subscribe to our free newsletters.<p>In 2006, photojournalist Greg Constantine set out to Bangladesh to document Rohingya …

Refugees

Walker Evans' photos make everyday America a sight to see

Looking for news you can trust?<br>Subscribe to our free newsletters.<p>Throughout the retrospective for <b></b>photographer Walker Evans at the San Francisco …

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, …

The Undocumented Immigrants Who Are Redefining 'American' - Los Angeles Magazine

The Undocumented Immigrants Who Are Redefining ‘American’<p>They believe in the power of open communication<p>The nonprofit group Define American seeks to …

Waiting for the tide to turn: Kiribati's fight for survival

The 33 islands of Kiribati, a remote and low-lying nation in the Pacific Ocean, are under threat from climate change. But the islanders have not given up hope<p>Kiribati is one of the most isolated countries in the world. As you fly in to the main island of South Tarawa, located less than 100 kms from …

Climate

30 Photos From Afghanistan That You Won’t See In The News

Traveling in AfghanistanAfghanistanLast summer I traveled into the mountains of Afghanistan for a two week backpacking adventure. Not your typical …

Afghanistan

Confronting Mexico's Latest Cruel Massacre

In response to the horrific kidnapping of 43 students from Iguala in Guerrero State, Mexicans, fed up with the country's<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Sebastian …