New York
01
Oct

Diogo Montes: All Paths Lead to NYC

“All Paths Lead to NYC” is a visual tribute to the city where all cultures converge. An intriguing art experiment

22
Aug

Photochroms of New York City from 1900s

Photochrom is a process for producing colorized images from black-and-white photographic negatives via the direct photographic transfer of a negative

10
Jun

Interview with street photographer Julian Master

Julian Master is a photographer from Eugene, Oregon currently living in New York City. His work deals with the relationship

09
Jun

Colorized photos of Ellis Island immigrants (1910s)

Ellis Island, in Upper New York Bay, was the gateway for over 12 million immigrants to the United States as

22
Feb

Caique Cunha: Williamsburg

“The streets are full of sweat in the mortar of your pavement”, according to the nineteenth century Brazilian writer, João

27
Jan

Adam Friedberg: Single Story

The last fifteen years or so have seen an enormous increase in the development and construction of new buildings in

29
Nov

Christopher Thomas: New York Sleeps

Imagine a New York devoid of people, its empty streets, bridges and waterways as silent and magnificent as an Ansel

14
Nov

Julian Master: In the Red

Julian Master’s In The Red refreshes the overcooked label of “New York Street Photography” by asking us to break down

05
Oct

Johannes Heuckeroth: Cityscapes

Johannes Heuckeroth is German photographer and designer based Nuremburg. About his work he says: The central essence of my photographic work is

07
May

Franck Bohbot: Light On – Neons of New York

Brooklyn based artist photographer Frank Bohbot documents illuminated facades of small shops, restaurants and services. Born in the southernmost suburbs of Paris, France

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