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The Year’s Most Giftable Coffee-Table Books

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 22, 2017

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Duane Michals’s Beguiling Celebrity Portraits

Joanna Milter | Editor | November 20, 2017

The burden that any portrait photographer carries is the expectation to capture the totality of an individual within a single image. Some of Duane Michals’s portraits seem to come close to succeeding. Duane Michals’s Beguiling Celebrity Portraits A collection of Michals’s editorial pictures features Susan Sontag, Joan Didion, Andy Warhol, Meryl Streep, and more.

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NY Times Lens Blog Review

Nina Berman | Photographer | November 17, 2017

Elizabeth Herman writes in the New York Times  about my latest book - "An autobiography of Miss Wish" A Photographer and Her Subject Share a Journey Over the Decades In “An Autobiography of Miss Wish,” Nina Berman tells the story of Kimberly Stevens, a survivor..

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SPANISH HARLEM IN THE 1980S – JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ’S GRITTY PORTRAIT OF EL BARRIO

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 16, 2017

Joseph Rodriguez's gritty portrait of Spanish Harlem - Creative Review What's beautiful about Rodriquez's work is that it simultaneously glorifies the past and celebrates the Harlem that still exists today

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Vintage New York Photos Reveal Gritty City Life, Before Anyone Had a Cellphone

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 10, 2017

Vintage New York Photos Reveal Gritty City Life, Before Anyone Had a Cellphone Richard Sandler is an acclaimed street photographer who spent almost 30 years documenting New York through his candid, black and white photographs.

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Tish Lampert - America Speaks Podcast Series launches on Jan 20, 2018 - follow link below

Tish Lampert | Photographer | November 10, 2017

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An intimate look at the streets of Spanish Harlem in the ’80s El Barrio

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 10, 2017

“Where is the problem? Let’s document it so we can hopefully talk about it. I’m not naive, I’m not Superman with a camera, but it empowers you. Originally I just wanted to be an art photographer and shoot nudes, but when you grow up with conflict, it just drives you.” –Joseph Rodriguez..

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Joseph Rodriguez’s hope-filled images of 80s Harlem

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 9, 2017

We're so so sooo excited for Joseph Rodriguez's exhibition (and book launch!) at the Bronx Documentary Center which opens this Saturday, November 11th at 6pm! We hope to see you there! Joseph Rodriguez’s hope-filled images of 80s Harlem They don’t come..

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‘Street: New York City 70s, 80s, 90s’ by Carrie Boretz

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 9, 2017

"Her black and white photographs are a study in compositional skills when photography was much different from the present era of technological advancement." –Blouin Artinfo ‘Street: New York City 70s, 80s, 90s’ by Carrie Boretz | Artinfo PowerHouse books published..

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Carrie Boretz’s Street Scenes: ‘A Second of Humanity in the Midst of the Chaos’

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 7, 2017

"Shooting film is more a visceral, intuitive process and really allows you to feel more a part of the moment you just captured." –Carrie Boretz for Village Voice Carrie Boretz’s Street Scenes: ‘A Second of Humanity in the Midst of the Chaos’ In an age when..

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Joseph Rodriguez’s El Barrio in the ’80s

powerHouse Books | Organization | November 3, 2017

Please join us next Saturday, November 11th for the opening reception + book launch for Spanish Harlem by the uber talented Joseph Rodriguez at the Bronx Documentary Center. Event starts at 6pm!  Joseph Rodriguez's El Barrio in the '80s A new book revisits Joseph Rodriguez’s first..

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