From Vietnam to Los Angeles: Photographer who captured iconic image on one road sees end of another - Los Angeles Times
Nick Ut stood on a road in a village just outside of Saigon when he spotted the girl — naked, scorched by napalm and screaming as she ran. He raised his camera and snapped the photo that changed his life.
Photographer Richard Corman looks back on meeting and shooting the charismatic East Village club kid as she was poised for stratospheric stardom. In June 1983, Madonna was an ambitious 24-year-old getting
Eric Chakeen's photographs explore the fading horse-racing culture in Del Mar, California Del Mar, my hometown, is a small, beachy suburb of San Diego, home to about 4,000 people and the second-largest
The photographer who created the supermodels talks to Tamsin Blanchard on the eve of his exhibition Flying into Rotterdam as the early mist hangs over the seemingly endless docks, it strikes me that this
William Eggleston caused an uproar among critics when he dared to show color photographs at MoMA back in 1976. Since then, the American photographer's pictures have become canon. His new exhibition at
'Don't Blink — Robert Frank' profiles one of America's most iconic, idiosyncratic photographers - Los Angeles Times
Films focused on visual artists are a staple of the documentary world, but "Don't Blink — Robert Frank" does things a little differently. Rather than being a film about an artist, it's an attempt to show
As soon as the photograph of Ieshia Evans began to circulate online, people said she looked like a superhero. There she stands, slim and straight, on a street in Baton Rouge. Her dress, abstractly patterned
The following 67 images of decadent parties, galas, benefits, and industry events from across the world prove this statement to be true. Craig-Martin's depiction of the elite is an awkwardly cropped, unglamorous
The photographer spent seven years documenting the Palace Wayward Boys Choir skate team and just put all his photos into a book, 'The Palace.' Skaters have been a fixture of London's Southbank for decades.
Some black and whites from our visit to the renovated and reopened San Francisco MoMA last week. It was impressive. Richard Serra’s “Sequence,” a coiling, rusty, figure eight structure previously housed
TL;DR: wanna be a better photographer? The simple answer is: shoot every single day, study the work of other photographers, and try your darndest to find something new to say in your work. The other, more
“The life of Robert is an immense onion,” the filmmaker Laura Israel told me recently. “I kept finding things out. Most people, you reach a point, you have them. But with him things are always happening.
Two Londoners fell in love with the iconic brand’s history. Now they’re trying to help make it forward-looking all over again. When I grab tea with Frederick Blackford at a little corner bar in San Francisco’s
A rare artifact from the dawn of amateur photography It was a simple promise, and a compelling one, at a time when photography was still in it infancy: “You press the button, we do the rest.” With that,
In her beautiful meander of a book “The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone,” Olivia Laing examines the idea of loneliness, in particular the loneliness of the city dweller, through the and
As the last Polaroid film passes its use-by date we look back at artists, from Ansel Adams to David Hockney, who celebrated the 'immediate image'. In 1947, when the first instant camera was invented, was