John Thomson

John Thomson (14 June 1837 – 29 September 1921) was a pioneering Scottish photographer, geographer, and traveller. He was one of the first photographers to travel to the Far East, documenting the people, landscapes and artefacts of eastern cultures. Upon returning home, his work among the street people of London cemented his reputation, and is…

José Manuel Navia

Fotógrafo freelance desde 1987, primero como miembro de la agencia Cover, y desde 1992 es miembro de la agencia Vu (París). Publica regularmente en los principales medios españoles y extranjeros. Mantiene una estrecha relación con El País Semanal desde 1992 (donde además trabajó como editor gráfico en 1995-96), y con el Magazine de La Vanguardia…

James Whitlow Delano

I’ve always been strongly affected by the environment, since I was a young child living beside a nuclear research lab in California. It was not outside of town but in it. Sometimes we’d hear, and feel, open-air explosions, some of which, I would learn later, contained depleted uranium. It was the height of the Cold…

Ezra Stoller

Ezra Stoller is known as one of the most influential photographers of Modern architecture. He created iconic images of mid-Century buildings that help define the cultural memory of structures such as the Saarinen’s TWA Terminal, Mies van der Rohe’s Seagram Building and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum. Of Stoller’s work, architecture critic Paul Goldberger once…

Doug Rickard

Rickard’s work evokes a connection to the tradition of American street photography, with knowing references to Walker Evans, Robert Frank and Stephen Shore. He both follows and advances that tradition, with a documentary strategy that acknowledges an increasingly technological world—a world in which a camera mounted on a moving car can generate evidence of the…

Donna Ferrato

Donna Ferrato is an internationally-known documentary photographer. Her gifts for exploration, illumination, and documentation coupled with a commitment to revealing the darker sides of humanity, have made her a giant in the medium. She has four books including Living with the Enemy which sold over 40,000 copies, and Love & Lust, published by Aperture. She…

Wayne F. Miller

        Guardar Wayne F. Miller (September 19, 1918 – May 22, 2013) was an American photographer known for his series of photographs The Way of Life of the Northern Negro. Active as a photographer from 1942 until 1975, he was a contributor to Magnum Photos beginning in 1958.

Guillem Valle

Guillem Valle’s first interest in documentary photography began when, almost by accident, he travelled to Sarajevo at the age of 14 in an Exchange Student program. Since then, he has worked for uncountable newspapers and magazines around the world, all the while maintaining his own photographic agenda. He has been based in Bangkok since 2010…

Marius Vieth

My street photography revolves around the human element in an urban world. In the heart of the city hustle from New York to Seoul I capture the synergy between random strangers and their urban environment. – Marius Vieth Guardar

Emeka Okereke

Emeka Okereke born in 1980 is a Nigerian visual artist and writer who lives and works between Africa and Europe, moving from one to the other on a frequent basis. He came in contact with photography in 2001. He was a member of the renowned Nigerian photography collective, Depth of Field (DOF). Presently, his works…

Tony Ray- Jones

Tony Ray-Jones died in 1972 from leukaemia, aged just 30. After studying photography in England in the late 1950s he went for further study in New York between 1961 and 1964. The exhibition explains that in America ‘the street’ was much more a focus of outdoor life and community and was much more photographed and…

Todd Webb

  Todd Webb was an American photographer notable for documenting everyday life and architecture in cities such as New York City, Paris as well as from the American west. His photography has been compared with Harry Callahan, Berenice Abbott, Walker Evans, and the French photographer Eugène Atget. He traveled extensively during his long life and…

Quiet tokyo, Hiroharu Matsumoto

Tokyo is one of the largest metropolitan area in the world. People who live in there have a unique loneliness, but they are always hidden in crowd of the city. I attempted to express loneliness of metropolitan in artificial space by simple composition. Home

Doug Caplan

With a photographic career spanning over 20 years, Doug has been focused at producing monochromatic photographic artworks that approach a wide scale of subjects. His work is often presented in a multi-layered way, with an overt attempt to challenge the viewer. By applying digital alterations and subtle abstraction concepts, Doug investigates the dynamics of landscape,…

Fred Herzog

Fred Herzog (b.1930, Germany) is a photographer known primarily for his photos of life in Vancouver, Canada. He worked professionally as a medical photographer. He was the associate director of the UBC Department of Biomedical Communication, and also taught at Simon Fraser University. He grew up in Stuttgart, but was evacuated from the city during…

Camilo José Vergara

For more than four decades I have devoted myself to photographing and documenting the poorest and most segregated communities in urban America. I feel that a people’s past, including their accomplishments, aspirations and failures, are reflected less in the faces of those who live in these neighborhoods than in the material, built environment in which…

Harry Callahan

Born in 1912, Harry Callahan grew up in Detroit, Michigan. He studied engineering at Michigan State College. In 1946, he was appointed by László Moholy-Nagy to teach photography at the Institute of Design in Chicago. Harry Callahan retired in 1977, at which time he was teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design. Harry Callahan’s…