Joseph Szabo is a teacher, photographer and author. He taught photography and art at Malverne High School on Long Island for 27 years and for over 20 years at the International Center of Photography in Manhattan. His 1978 book, “Almost Grown,” featured many of his students and was acclaimed as one of the “Best Books […]Read more "Joseph Szabo"
Antoine Weisde Jaime Massieu Héctor Muñoz Antony Crossfield Armin Appel Nick Ng Yeow Kee Norman Quinn Saleh Rozat Yasen Georgiev Wilson Lee Beatriz Rocha Stephanie Anjo Yong Lin Tan Janos M Schmidt Sony World Photography AwardsRead more "Sony Awards 2015"
A street child searches for recyclable material in a garbage dump on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, Thursday, Nov. 19, a day ahead of Universal Children’s Day. Twenty years after the U.N. adopted a treaty guaranteeing children’s rights, fewer youngsters are dying and more are going to school, but an estimated 1 billion still lack […]Read more "The World’s Children"
Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Josephine Cardin is a fine arts photographer who grew up in South Florida, and is now living and working in Rochester, NY. Presently, Cardin has been developing her contemporary figurative work, inspired by music, dance, and the human themes of loneliness, isolation, fear, and transformation. Cardin works primarily in […]Read more "Josephine Cardin"
The photojournalist Eddie Adams, who covered the Vietnam War for the Associated Press, not only captured the action and chaos but took the time to get up close to the Vietnamese people whenever he could. In 1968, he undertook a project called “Hands of a Nation,” taking intimate photos of the hands of Vietnamese soldiers […]Read more "The Vietnam War, Eddie Adams"
Fifty years ago, in March 1965, 3,500 U.S. Marines landed in South Vietnam. They were the first American combat troops on the ground in a conflict that had been building for decades. The communist government of North Vietnam (backed by the Soviet Union and China) was locked in a battle with South Vietnam (supported by […]Read more "The Vietnam War, Horst Faas"
Leo Matiz es uno de los fotógrafos más versátiles y singulares de la legendaria y memorable generación de reporteros gráficos que renovaron la escena del fotoperiodismo durante las primeras seis décadas del siglo XX en América Latina, Estados Unidos y Europa. Matiz nació en rincón Guapo en 1917, una aldea de Aracataca, Magdalena, […]Read more "Leo Matiz"
As a young man André Kertész found a photographic manual in an attic and decided to become a photographer. After the death of his father, however, he first attended the Academy of Commerce and, like his foster father, worked in the Budapest stock market. In 1913 he acquired his first camera, an Ica. In 1914 […]Read more "André Kertesz"
MATJAZ KRIVIC is a globe-trotting photographer specializing in capturing the personality and grandeur of indigenous people and places. For 20 years he has covered the face of the earth in his intense, personal and aesthetically moving style that has won him several prestigious awards. He has made the road his home, and most of the […]Read more "Matjaz Krivic"