Today in Well-Deserved Recognition: Humans of New York wins a CNN iReport award.
“Life in Color: Purple” – National Geographic’s exquisite gallery of photos depicting the purple places in our world.
I mean, COME ON, Nat Geo! There’s not a single picture of Paisley Park here.
Love this series.
Haunting images from the insides of cosmetic surgery offices, from the lovely Cara Phillips.
Just got my copy!
Competition: In this issue of Granta, Claire Shea brings us an image of a post-it note memorial in Peckham, Anthony Rush captures the mist lifting over a disused barracks in Omagh and here Justin Coombes takes us on a journey along Regents Canal, through the eyes of a kingfisher. What does…
Today in contests that will make you 20 points cooler just by entering. Submit pix here.
TOKYO-GA Meets NYPH 2012
TOKYO-GA envisions the future of Japan in the aftermath the 2011 disasters through a portfolio of 100 Japanese and international photographers working within the landscape of Tokyo. TOKYO-GA Meets NYPH 2012, is an exhibition featuring 26 photographers from the project, and is the first gallery presentation of this portfolio of creative solidarity.
A panel discussion between the founders, curators, and photographers of TOKYO-GA will take place Saturday, May 19, 2-4 p.m.
The show is open throughout NYPH 2012 (May 16-20), and the following three weeks, Wednesday - Friday, ending June 8.
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Have I mentioned how cool the new Newsweek photo Tumblr is?
Since you guys seem to like Brian van der Brug’s gorgeous aerial photo of Dodger Stadium with downtown in the background, we’ve uploaded it here at 800 pixels wide. You’re welcome!
Some really nice photos here gathered by Newsweek’s Maggie Keady:
Some nice work by Charles Ommanney from the NH primary here.
Three decades after they were made, Joel Sternfeld’s earliest photographs have now been published as “First Pictures,” a selection of which are débuting today at Luhring Augustine Gallery. Taken between 1971 and 1980, the photographs document the travels of a young artist from busy streets to barefoot beaches, with inklings of Sternfeld’s now celebrated dark sense of humor, formalist experiments in color theory, and narrative tableaus. Click through for more selection of Sternfeld’s “First Pictures”: http://nyr.kr/xOUcf0
Joel Sternfeld took a picture of me once, years ago.
His first words: “I’m not gay, but can I take your picture?”
He promised me a print and never delivered.
Dude owes me big time.