Iwata Nakayama

Iwata Nakayama was a renowned Japanese photographer born in 1895 in Yanagawa, in Fukuoka. His father was an inventor who held a patent of a fire extinguisher. Iwata moved to Tokyo and was educated in a private school Kyohoku-Chūgakkō. After graduating from that school, he entered Tokyo University of the Arts as a first student…

Imogen Cunningham

Imogen Cunningham occupies a singular position in the history of American art of the twentieth century. For over half the history of photography, she explored- with innovation and a new perspective- all the major traditions associated with the medium as fine art. Cunningham has been most widely acclaimed for the photographs made during the 1920s…

Émile Savitry

The Académie de la Grande Chaumière, cafés like Le Dôme, La Rotonde, and La Coupole, artists’ studios where nude models used to pose, Boulevard Edgar Quinet and jazz clubs: this was the heart of Montparnasse where Émile Savory began his painting career, started as photographer, and frequented his sculptors, painters, poets and musicians friends. It…

Mark Citret

Mark Citret was born in 1949 in Buffalo, New York, and grew up in San Francisco. He began photographing seriously in 1968, and received both his BA and MA in Art from San Francisco State University. Most of Citret’s work is not specific to any locale or subject matter. Still, he has worked on many…

Alan Hunter

Alan Hunter (b. 1985) is a Seattle-based photographer, artist, and carpenter. He enjoys building and destroying, road trips, chopping wood, winter, black coffee, the forest, heavy metal, mutts, hops, and tacos.

Nicholas Nixon

Nicholas Nixon, born in 1947, is known for the ease and intimacy of his black and white large format photography. Nixon has photographed porch life in the rural south, schools in and around Boston, cityscapes, sick and dying people, the intimacy of couples, and the ongoing annual portrait of his wife, Bebe, and her three…

The Winners of World Press Photo 2017

The Dive Sports – Second Prize, Singles Gaël Monfils of France dives for a forehand in his fourth round match against Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia during the 2016 Australian Open at Melbourne Park, Australia. The Australian Open holds the record for the highest attendance at a Grand Slam event. Medics Assist a Wounded Girl Spot…

The Winners of World Press Photo 2017

Iraq’s Battle To Reclaim Its Cities General News – Second Prize, Stories More than two years after the Islamic State first blitzed across Iraq in 2014, Iraqi security forces are scrambling to evict the militant group from Mosul, its last major stronghold in the country. The campaign has displaced nearly 70,000 Iraqis, and may uproot…

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,…

Viki Kollerová

Is a Slovakian photographer based in Bratislava who is influenced by Frida Kahlo, Francesca Woodman, Marina Abramovic, Maya Deren, Arno Rafael Minkkinen… and the places that embraced her. More about Viki Kollerová and her works here.  

Winners of the 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest

Sardine Run, Grand Prize Winner, and First Place Action Winner. During the sardine migration along the Wild Coast of South Africa, millions of sardines are preyed upon by marine predators such as dolphins, marine birds, sharks, whales, penguins, sailfishes, and sea lions. The hunt begins with common dolphins that have developed special hunting techniques to…

The art of wine

A Romanian farmer shows his happiness after the harvest in Maramures. The population of this region still maintains a strong connection to the land and still carries out many agricultural activities manually. Gianluca De Bartolo An autumnal glimpse of Cuneo’s Langhe taken at La Morra, portrays a wine producing area near Alba in a moment…

2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest

Buffalo Mud Bath.” An African Buffalo full of mud late in the afternoon in the Masai Mara, Kenya. A different portrait for this powerful animal. Chris Schmid “Atlantic Puffin.” A closeup of an Atlantic Puffin on the protected nesting site of Machias Seal Island, off the coast of Maine. Access to the island is very…

Christian Brogi

Christian Brogi is a creative artist who expresses his talent in various disciplines, from the most modern, multimedia, classic ones, such as music composition, animation, photography, sculpture, film. His research is a multi-faceted, multi-faceted artist who shows in his works on multiple levels, from the formal to the emotional. The work of art becomes in…

Fábio Miguel Roque

Fábio Miguel Roque is a photographer born in Lisbon and based in Sintra, Portugal. He studied photography at I.P.F. (Portuguese Institute of Photography), Lisbon between 2004 and 2007, later He then attended the workshops of History of Photography Contemporary at Ar.Co., 2010, and Photojournalism in MEF, 2013. Worked as a photojournalist at the beginning of…

Consuelo Kanaga

Consuelo Kanaga, one of the pioneers of modern American photography, began her career as a photojournalist in 1915 in San Francisco. In the 1920s, Alfred Stieglitz inspired her to develop a more aesthetic approach, and a trip to Europe in 1928 awakened her lifelong preoccupation with European modernist painting and the ways in which that…

Martine Franck

Martine Franck (April 2, 1938 – August 16, 2012) was a well-known Belgian documentary and portrait photographer, and the second wife of Henri Cartier-Bresson. A member of Magnum Photos for over 32 years, Franck was also co-founder and president of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation.

Elena Gallotta

Elena Gallotta is an Italian born fine-art photographer currently based in Ireland. She comes from a ballet and theatre background which strongly influences her work. Her images reflect her relationship with dance and non-verbal communication itself. Her work can often be defined as an antropolologic study of the the human body and it’s mysterious subtle…