• Perfectly Banal

    William Eggleston

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  • From the Edges

    Mary Ellen Mark

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  • The Color of Genius

    Saul Leiter

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  • Serial Conversationalist

    I AM ENDLESSLY CURIOUS ABOUT THE PROCESS OF CREATIVITY. I PAINT, WRITE, TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS AND HAVE LONG FORM CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE ABOUT WHY THEY DO WHAT THEY DO.

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Rankin - Alive

Rankin Faces Death

He is one of the most sought-after photographers in the industry. He has photographed some of the most famous faces in the world, published more than 30 books, has launched four successful magazines and uses his photography to bring awareness to the causes and issues that move him. On the surface, Rankin seems to have […]

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Dan Winters - Last Launch

Last Launch: Dan Winters

Though he is known to many for his luminous portraiture, Dan Winters, is also a brilliant photographer of objects, whether they are objects he creates, or merely those that fascinate him. Since he was a boy, one of the areas of Winters’ fascination has been science, particularly the science behind the space program. When the Space […]

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Dean West & Nathan Sawaya

Five For Friday #66

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anaïs Nin These photographs look almost like paintings of vintage America. They are, in fact, a combination of photograph and LEGOs, of all things.  Sculptor Nathan Sawaya and photographer Dean West joined forces […]

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Richard Renaldi

Touching Strangers: Richard Renaldi

Seeing the project Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi reminded me of David Foster Wallace’s commencement speech, This Is Water. The message of the speech is simple: Wallace encourages us to be aware of our surroundings and to pay attention to the beauty of the people around us. Yet, despite the simplicity, we tend to get so […]

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Lucia Herrero - Tribes

Tribes: Lucia Herrero

Going to the beach can be like going to an alternate universe, nothing like our real lives at home. We go there for mini-vacations, in order to escape our Monday through Friday work-week. At the beach, you grab your spot in the sand and it becomes your territory, your home for the day; and yet, […]

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Kitra Cahana

A Joyous Lens: Kitra Cahana [Q&A]

Again and again, I find myself being drawn into the work of photographer Kitra Cahana. At just 25, she has a maturity and depth to her images that I have rarely seen before; they speak to me on a veery deep level. They are not necessarily photographs that I would hang on my wall, but they tell […]

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His Own Cocoon: Anton Corbijn

“Photography was the only thing that mattered in my life and I gave it everything.” – Anton Corbijn Whether or not you know the photography of Anton Corbijn, you’ve undoubtedly seen his influence. As both a photographer and music video director, Corbijn helped to define the visual styles of bands like Nirvana, Joy Division and […]

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Helmut Newton - Annenberg Space for Photography

Helmut Newton At The Annenberg

“My job as a portrait photographer is to seduce, amuse and entertain.” – Helmut Newton The Annenberg Space For Photography in southern California is currently hosting a fantastic exhibition of the work of fashion photographer, Helmut Newton, called White Women • Sleepless Nights • Big Nudes. The exhibition is a superb cross-section of Newton’s work, with many of his most […]

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Ann Keel

Five For Friday #65

“The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Ann Keel combines graphic arts with photography to create these mesmerizing self-portraits. She uses art; whether it is painting, drawing, or photography; as a language, expressing her deepest thoughts. “My photos are all about my life. There is no […]

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