Dorothea Lange was an influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration. Lange’s photographs humanized the consequences of the Great Depression and influenced the development of documentary photography. Born of second generation German immigrants on May 26, 1895, at 1041 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, New Jersey, Dorothea […]Read more "Dorothea Lange"
An international jury at Photokina 1963 voted William Klein one of the 30 most important photographers in the medium’s history. He became famous in Europe immediately upon publication of his strikingly intense book of photographs, Life Is Good for You in New York – William Klein Trance Witness Revels, for which he won the Prix […]Read more "William Klein"
Born in New York and living in Paris since 1971, Jane Evelyn Atwood is one of the world’s leading photojournalists. In 1976, Atwood bought her first camera and began taking pictures of a group of street prostitutes in Paris. It was partly on the strength of these photographs that Atwood received the first […]Read more "Jane Evelyn Atwood"
During a career that spanned five decades, Arthur Rothstein provoked, entertained and informed the American people with his descriptive images. His photographs ranged from a hometown baseball game to the drama of war, from struggling rural farmers to US Presidents. He was first known for the photographs he took while working for the Photo […]Read more "Arthur Rothstein"
Born in 1907, Carl Mydans grew up in Medford, Massachusetts, near Boston. After entertaining thoughts of becoming a boat builder (he spent his childhood on the Mystic River)and then a surgeon, Mydans discovered his true calling while in college at Boston University. While working on the Boston University News as an undergraduate, Mydans’ first reporting […]Read more "Carl Mydans"
Harold Feinstein was born in Coney Island in 1931 and began his photography career in 1946 at age 15. Within four short years, Edward Steichen, an early supporter, had purchased his work for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. He joined the Photo League at 17 and became a prominent figure of […]Read more "Harold Feinstein"
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Aaron Feaver is a multi-disciplinary photographer currently based in Los Angeles. A traveler in his youth, Aaron moved around until planting his feet in Portland, Oregon. As an adult Aaron moved to LA to pursue graphic design, and only 4 sweet years ago realized his passion for photography. Aaron’s work is prismatic, suffused with dewy […]Read more "Aaron Feaver"
Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly photographs for The New York Times, National Geographic, and Time Magazine. Lynsey began photographing professionally for the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina 1996 with no previous photographic training or studies. She eventually began freelancing for the Associated Press in New York, where she worked for several years […]Read more "Lynsey Addario"
“At one with the power of the American landscape, and renowned for the patient skill and timeless beauty of his work, photographer Ansel Adams has been a visionary in his efforts to preserve this country’s wild and scenic areas, both on film and on Earth. Drawn to the beauty of nature’s monuments, he is regarded […]Read more "Ansel Adams"
I was born in New York, 1968, and lived in Argentina from 1970 until 2003. Currently based in San Francisco. I’m a recipient of generous grants, fellowships and prizes. I’m a member of Magnum Photos and am represented in New York by Yossi Milo Gallery and in Buenos Aires by Galeria Ruth Benzacar.Read more "Alessandra Sanguinetti"