For the past two decades, photographer Nick Brandt has created a body of work that underlines the critical grounds for conservation. Brandt questions that, if we as humans continue to endanger the environment through a relentless pursuit of frequently short term, short-sighted "economic progress," the natural world we proudly proclaim as Earth's endowment to humanity will cease to exist.
Nick Brandt began his journey working in Africa by way of filmmaking, then after being fascinated with (…)
Holly Hugues - The International Center of Photography (ICP) will reopen on January 25 in its new 40,000 square foot space at Essex Crossing, a residential, retail and office complex on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. (...)
Aline Smithson - Jurying an exhibition is never an easy task. Perhaps this because I know what it feels like to be on the other side. I know the sting of submitting work for an exhibition I truly believed I was right for, only to not be accepted. With this in mind, I would like to share my selection process, and a few thoughts on what I was looking for while jurying this exhibition. (...)
Please join us in the gallery for an artist talk and book signing with Michael Light and writers Charles Hood and Leah Ollman in celebration of their work together on Light’s newest publication Lake Lahontan/Lake Bonneville (Radius Books).(...)
Joy Celine Asto - Beginning on October 15th, there’s a good reason for photographers to visit Paris. Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson is devoting its new space to the Henri Cartier-Bresson: China 1948 – 1949 | 1958 exhibit, which will show the iconic photographer’s unprecedented accounts of two pivotal moments in China’s history. The work will be comprised of an exceptional collection of photographic and documentary work, and is the first time these photos will be shown to the public.(...)
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