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In Terra’s own words: “My name is Terra, and I was born in Cape Town on 21st april 1989. I got kicked out of the house when I was 16 years old because I’m a lesbian.
Now in its fourth year, The Fence is back and bigger than ever. Organized by United Photo Industries in conjunction with sister event Photoville, the outdoor photography exhibition is truly one of a kind, drawing together 40-60 artists from around the world in a unique and site-specific show centered on themes of community.
Immortals, a series by French photographer Marc Dantan, depicts the charred mounts at Deyrolle Taxidermy in Paris after a devastating fire in 2008.
For The Distance, New York-based photographer and active duty service member Christopher Janaro retraces the winding road of his three-year relationship with his former fiancée, a union that eventually ended under the strain of separation.
Whether you’re a beginner looking to jumpstart your photography practice or a professional hoping to hone your vision, Photoion Photography School in London has a photography course that is perfectly suited to your own personal and professional goals.
Spear fisherman in Olango Island, Philippines © Jacob Maentz / Offset Octopus drying in the sun © Jacob Maentz / Offset For Cebu-based photographer Jacob Maentz, the Philippines is ripe with both environmental and cultural diversity.
William Eggleston Maurizio Cattelan For Artist’s Palate, New York-based photographer Zachary Zavislak takes imagines what dinner might look like in the households of some of the greatest living artists and designers, constructing still lifes that not only incorporate each visionary’s personal favorite food but also are shot to mimic the aesthetic of his or her life’s work.
The history of London’s East End, famously the stomping grounds of Jack the Ripper and the Kray Brothers, is a vibrant mish-mash of crime, prostitution, and various influxes of immigrants, and has had, as a result, a rich street culture for many years.
I was so happy to receive my copy of Robin Schwartz’s new book, Amelia & The Animals, in the mail a few weeks ago.
© Jessica Labatte © Matthew Swarts Can color be radical? In an age in which we are bombarded daily with full-color imagery, is it possible to create color photographs that continue to push the medium into unexpected and unseen directions?
Zhu Huaxiang sits in the family’s front yard while her young grandson, Huang Chaoshuai, squirms in her lap.
Skin Diamond Anri Okita Lexington Steele New York-based photographer Roger Kisby describes the Adult Video News Awards as “the Oscars of porn.” In addition to the ceremony itself, which offers juried prizes in categories like Best New Starlet and Best Oral Sex Scene, the Las Vegas event features a four-day expo and convention, drawing enthusiastic fans from around the country for autographs and the latest sex toy technology.
Harold Edgerton, Jackie Wags His Tail, 1948 © Estate of Harold Edgerton at MIT; courtesy of Palm Press, Inc.
On a hot afternoon in June 2008, Italian photographer Alessandro Vincenzi jumped in to a black and yellow taxi, headed to a deserted parking lot meant for trucks.
© Rany Abend © Christian Berthelot © Lesly Deschler Canossi For our latest group show, we asked you to send in your photographs of babies.
Jean-Baptiste Frenet, Madame Frénet et fillettes c.1855 © Wilson Centre for Photography EXHIBITION: Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860, Tate Britain, Millbank, 25 February – 7 June 2015 Dedicated entirely to salted paper prints, an earlier photographic process developed by William Henry Fox Talbot, this exhibition is executed in collaboration with the Wilson Centre for Photography.
Liam Sinnott [@liamsinnott] / February 20, 21, 22 Sergey Poteryaev [@poteryaevs] / February 23, 24, 25 We’re getting to that final stretch of winter, and one of the things giving us perspective on these frigid days is knowing that we can instantly travel to regions around the globe with our Guest Instagrammers.
© Ruben Vicente / Offset © Ruben Vicente / Offset Lisbon-based photographer Ruben Vicente has been to countries all over Europe and Asia, from Iceland to India, Myanmar to Japan, and yet some of his most enchanting work has been created just a stone’s throw from home, amidst the mountains and coastal shores of western Portugal.
Norman, resident of Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary “Norman was a veal calf, originally rescued as a baby from an auction by another sanctuary.
From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.