Three Dutch women. Russian Cossacks Romanian shepherd Greek soldier Children from Lapland Slovakian women Three women from Guadeloupe Cossack man from the steppes of Russia Danish man Hindu boy Algerian man Slovak woman and children Romanian piper Dutch children Pipers Between 1892-1954, Ellis Island served as an immigration inspection station for millions of immigrants arriving […]Read more "Portraits of Ellis Island Immigrants, Augustus Sherman"
What is in the photos is what I think I see. – To observe – To document – To communicate – To warn – To take a stand Today, the political permeates most practices in the everyday of an individual who both executes and produces them and only rarely (in most cases) questions and […]Read more "Robert Hutinski"
Nicolas Janowski (b. 1980) is an argentine photographer based in Buenos Aires. BA degree in Anthropology from the UAB (Barcelona, Spain) Photography studies at Centre Iris (Paris, France) and at ARGRA (Argentina). In 2011 he received a National Grant from INCAA for develop a project about Archaeological Sites in Argentina. His work has been featured […]Read more "State Of Things, Nicolas Janowski"
On photographer Dmitry Chapala’s pictures women’s bodies are shown as something almost methaphysical. A slight surrealism in his works sends us to the world of dreams, dreams about women. Staying in the boundaries of good taste he never shows anything vulgar. Sometimes calm and peaceful, quiet as a melody, sometimes expressive and vivid almost until […]Read more "Dmitri Chapala"
A wounded Syrian girl stands in a makeshift hospital in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of Syria’s capital of Damascus, following shelling and air raids by Syrian government forces on August 22, 2015. At least 20 civilians were killed, and another 200 wounded or trapped in Douma, a monitoring group said, just six days […]Read more "Syria’s Children"
While hiking in Rochester, NY I stumbled across the ruin of an old home that George Eastman had once owned. This piqued my interest and I read his biography. I was fascinated with photography and before I had completed the book, before I had even taken a photograph or seen a print develop in the […]Read more "Cole Thompson"
Hellen van Meene (Alkmaar, Netherlands, 1972) is known for her (mostly) square photographic portraits of teenage girls. Her work was first exhibited in 1996 and has been shown around the world since then. Her photos are in the collection of many prominent museums, including Guggenheim NYC and MoMA. She lives and works in Heiloo and […]Read more "Hellen van Meene"
Edward Burtynsky is a Canadian photographer known internationally for his images on the shaping of landscape by industry. His photographs explore links between nature and industrial processes of mining, quarrying, manufacturing, shipping, oil production, recycling and water management. A graduate of Ryerson University, Burtynsky is also the founder of Toronto Image Works, the custom photo […]Read more "Edward Burtynsky"
Alejandro Sayegh incursionó en el mundo de la fotografía viéndola como una herramienta para la investigación científica oceanográfica. Iniciado en la fotografía submarina, científica y documental, obtuvo su única formación formal en fotografía en el Curso de Fotografía Profesional a distancia del New York Institute of Photography. Desde 2009 es fotógrafo freelance especializado en danza, […]Read more "Entidades, Alejandro Sayegh"
Hamid Sardar-Afkhami is a documentary film maker and photographer with a Ph.D. from Harvard University in the field of Inner Asian languages and cultures. He began his career in film-making as a graduate student while exploring the Himalayas as an associate of the Harvard Film Study Center and as a National Geographic Society explorer. […]Read more "Hamid Sardar-Afkhami"