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“We want people to be able to see us from afar.” Ironic, given the fact that most of them — the owners and workers — want to stay invisible. This photobook is a tribute to Tom Yam restaurants, known locally...
From Liam Wong, the author of TO:KY:OO, an evocative, cinematic exploration of global cities after midnight. No matter how different or far apart, cities at night share particular features: neon lights and lonely figures, quiet train stations and taxi drivers,...
A photo-novel of Dayanita Singh’s earliest years as a photographer. A return to a time when Dayanita Singh (born 1961) did not yet consider herself a photographer, Let’s See is the probing remembrance of “an eye I no longer...
Kids in Love
Olivia Bee is celebrated for her dreamy, evocative portraits and landscapes rich with implied narratives of intimacy, freedom and adventure. Olivia Bee: Kids in Love showcases two bodies of photographic work, including the series "Enveloped in a Dream" that first brought...
In 1975, fresh out of art school, Martin Parr moved to the picturesque Yorkshire Pennine mill town of Hebden Bridge. Over a period of five years, he documented the town in photographs, showing in particular the aspects of traditional life...
The North American frontier is an enduring symbol of romance, rebellion, escape, and freedom. At the same time, it’s a profoundly masculine myth—cowboys, outlaws, Beat poets. Photographer Justine Kurland reclaimed this space in her now-iconic series of images of teenage...
Walter Chandoha: The Cat Photographer
Within the genre of commercial animal photography, Walter Chandoha is a master. His photographs of cats in particular have appeared in the pages of National Geographic and Life magazine, and have been absorbed into the public subconscious via countless posters,...
"On the eve of the election, when nothing had yet been decided, when everything―whatever that everything was―hung in the balance, Eggleston made an elegy … a statement of perfect calm." ―Lloyd Fonvielle In 1977 William Eggleston released Election Eve, his...
Award-winning photographer Matt Black traveled over 100,000 miles to chronicle the reality of today’s unseen and forgotten America. When Magnum photographer Matt Black began exploring his hometown in California’s rural Central Valley―dubbed “the other California,” where one-third of the population...
Hi-Nikki (Non-Diary Diary)
A never-before-published collection of beautiful, arresting photographs from Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. On the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary in 2014, the Foundation Cartier pour l’art contemporain asked the prolific Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki to take a photograph every day...
What shapes our response to a photograph? Where does the meaning we ascribe to it come from? And how important to our reading of it are the photographer’s intentions? In a dazzling example of photography writing – an exploration of...
Richard Misrach on Landscape and Meaning
In the sixth installment of The Photography Workshop Series, Richard Misrach—well known for sublime and expansive landscapes that focus on the relationship between humans and their environment—offers his insight into creating photographs that are visually beautiful and contain cultural implications....
Hiroji Kubota Photographer
Over the course of a career spanning more than 50 years, Magnum photographer Hiroji Kubota has spent his life traveling extensively and documenting the world around him. From his coverage of the Black Panther Party in the mid-1960s to his...