“I became a painter because I wanted to elevate painting to a level as moving as music and poetry” – Mark Rothko Mark Rothko (1903-1970) was an
Model Claudia Schiffer has curated an exhibition of 90s photography in Germany. And she’s captured quintessential 90s-ness, revealing what being a famous supermodel was really
Star Photographer F.C. Gundlach has died at the age of 95. The German photographer is mostly known for his famous post-war fashion photography, travelling across the globe with
American photographer Nan Goldin is renowned for her candid explorations of intimacy and subculture. Her new series as part of exhibition Memory Lost, documents her
Brooklyn-based photographer Ibrahem Hasan’s collaborative photo book is an ode to love, loss and mentorship. Photographer Ibrahem Hasan’s new photo book explores the importance of mentors in
Amsterdam-based photographer Mark Manzi gives us a snapshot of life across three major Japanese cities. People of Japan was born from Mark Manzi’s 2019 trip from
Brooklyn-based photographer Chris Cook documents the Black Lives Matter protests with new exhibition, “AM I NEXT?” Chris Cook creates historical archives through photography. After the
The new photobook Fanatics by photographer James Marcus Haney reminds us of pre-pandemic life with images of concert and festival attendees that span a decade.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing fixation with Instagram, questions about the relevancy of street style and street photography have been raised.
Taking 6 years to create the Wonderland book became the most successfully funded photobook campaign in the history of Kickstarter and was sold out in
Photographer Christopher Fernandez has spent his quarantine period doing bedroom window photoshoots for his neighbours, and the result has captured the spirit of isolation in
From award-winning Hollywood photographer Randall Slavin We All Want Something Beautiful, is a stunning, raw, and timeless collection of celebrity photography captured from the 1990’s. With a career