A compelling interview with Josué Rivas, winner of the 2018 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo. Josué Rivas project "Standing Strong" is about the spiritual awakening that occurred among the people resisting the Dakota Access pipeline. The book, which I had the pleasure to edit, will be released this spring. FotoEvidence | Documenting Social Injustice
"Gourougou" wins Honorable Mention in the IPOTY-International Photographer of the Year 2017 (Professional: Editorial, Documentary series category). https://iphotographeroftheyear.com/winners-gallery/ipoty-2017/professional/documentary/show/hm/2110 TXOMIN TXUEKA | GOUROUGOU Take..
Not guilty: Photos tell powerful story of men wrongly convicted of murders, rapes Kennedy Brewer and Levon Brooks of Noxubee County wrongfully served a combined three decades in prison. Brooks died recently, 10 years after release.
Unheimlichkeit – Matthias Koch ’s new book, is now available in an affordable paperback edition (Les Editions du Tanargue), Softcover, 15×23 cm, 104 Pages. The book was printed in a limited edition of 200 and comes with an original print 15×22 cm on Luster HD 248 g. Both, the..
Please join us this Thursday at the POWERHOUSE Arena in DUMBO to celebrate the work of Jonathan Brand. Event starts at 7pm! POWERHOUSE Arena 28 Adams St. Brooklyn, NY 11201 Striking Black-and-White Photos of Mid-Century New York City’s Vibrant Street Life We see a..
"The Syrian Conflict: Living in Aleppo, Syria" finalist in the ONE EYELAND Photography Awards 2017 ((Professional: Editorial / War series category). https://oneeyeland.com/awards/award_images.php?award_id=3760&year=2017&slug=txomintxueka TXOMIN TXUEKA - The..
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 11, 2018 | San Francisco, CA Contact: Steven Bollman at info@F8Books.com for review copies, photos, and author bio. THIRTY YEARS IN THE MAKING, BUT COVERING JUST A FEW SECONDS IN REAL TIME Almost True is Steven Bollman's highly anticipated new..
In “One, Two, Three, More” Helen Levitt Reminds Us That Street Photography Used To Be Awkward - Resource Helen Levitt (1913-2009) spent sixty years in the streets of New York, photographing what she saw. Associated early in her career with contemporary Walker Evans,..
Internazionale Magazine in Italy featured my latest work "We do not need you, here. / If I could only fly". ,which is about intolerance and ostracism in contemporary Japanese society based on my friend's personal experience. The handmade book of "We do not need you, here. / If I could..
Rodriguez’s photographs were (and remain) a rare window into a place that is considerably less famous than its adjoining neighbor to the west, the historically African American neighborhood of Harlem. Between the 1920s and 1940s, thousands of Puerto Ricans began settling in the area, also known..
What in the World Are We Looking For? - Essay by W. Scott Olsen | LensCulture A comparative review of two very different collections of street photographs—the contemporary “Humans of New York” and the classic work of Helen Levitt—reveals an important distinction..
the book shining a spotlight on sexual subcultures and diy fetish From erotic fan fiction to niche kinks involving shaved heads and sneezing, Katharine Gates' revised tome Deviant Desires: A Tour of the Erotic Edge peels back the curtain on the more obscure side of sexual subcultures.
Toxic Planet: The Global Health Crisis , the Pulitzer Center's newest e-book, is now available free on iTunes , Kindle , and Atavist . The Pulitzer Center’s newest e-book, Toxic Planet: The Global Health Crisis, brings together their stories, brilliant and..
Living on the Mean Streets, Art Is Around Every Corner In his basement office in Chilmark, Edward Grazda has stacks of boxes labeled by the places he’s photographed over an acclaimed career behind the lens of a Leica. Afghanistan. Peru. The American Southwest. New York..
I just made available a digital version of my photobook about security guards in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Se who are the persons that watch the rich in Bolivia´s richest city. Santa seguridad de la Sierra - Gonzalo Pardo “Santa Seguridad de la Sierra”,..
Not waiting on the world to change: "Wonder Girls" spotlights young activists In Kyrgyzstan, a land-locked sovereign state in Central Asia, the traditional practice of bride kidnapping is technically illegal. Men who commit it can be sentenced to up to 10 years
"Tales Of Endearment" Is A Book For Lovers Of Fashion, Vintage, Stories, And Photography: BUST Review “A love for the discarded, the recycled, and the nostalgic.” That’s the motivating force behind Natalie Joos' book, Tales of Endearment: Modern V...
M le magazine du Monde featured my latest work "We do not need you, here. / If I could only fly". which is about intolerance and ostracism in contemporary Japanese society based on my friend's personal experience. The handmade book of "We do not need you, here. / If I could only fly." is..
Humanizing Cannibalism and Balloon Fetishes with the Author of "Deviant Desires" - Culture | MERRY JANE “I want to show them that weird sex isn’t just for the purpose of being weird,” says fringe subculture researcher Katharine Gates. “That [attitude] is really dehumanizing and..
We miss you Arlene Gottfried! The photos that we needed to see this year Remembering Ren Hang, a touching tribute to the Grenfell Tower fire victims, a young Amy Winehouse on the verge of success, a celebration of the gap tooth, and advice from Ryan McGinley
Women Photograph: Photobooks of 2017 Just in time for the holiday season — here are some of our favorite photobooks from female and non-binary artists in 2017! MFON -- WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA In 1985, Arthur Ashe’s widow, the photographer Jeanne.....
For Puerto Rican New Yorkers, El Barrio has been both haven and touchstone, a community that has welcomed and inspired generations. No matter where you lived in New York, sooner or later all roads led to 116th Street and Lexington Avenue, the commercial and cultural heart of East Harlem. Joseph..
Stunning Images of Spanish Harlem in the 80s "There was more to this place than drugs and death," said photographer Joseph Rodriguez of his book, 'Spanish Harlem: El Barrio in the 80's.' Stunning Images of Spanish Harlem in the 80s "There was more to this place than drugs..
15 images that capture the chaos of 1970s NYC | HUNGER TV The hustlers, the dealers, the characters. 15 images that capture the chaos of 1970s NYC | HUNGER TV The hustlers, the dealers, the characters.
"Beautifully illustrated with new images that are the perfect mix of the sexy, sensual, and subversive, Deviant Desires will satisfy your inquisitive mind with fascinating stories from the sexual fringe." –Huck A visual ode to niche kinks and sexual misfits Katharine..
"I always want to be a photographer. I was heading toward photography basically all my life and I knew it. They didn’t have lessons or any classes when I started out, but as far back as I can remember I was committed. I made every step on this journey as important as the last, whether I was..
SHOT: 101 Survivors of Gun Violence in America by photographer Kathy Shorr listed in PDN's 'Notable Books of 2017'! Notable Books of 2017: Part III | PDN Online The third part of our photo book roundup looks back at the many books we've written about throughout the year.
This book is a summary of the thousands of photographs I have taken since arriving in Macau, in September 2010. I can state that in these pages are many of my experiences and personal vignettes of five years (2010-2015). My point of view of the territory that was kind enough to welcome me. Many..
Dear community, I am proud and happy to share the news that my work a tribute to Andy Warhol, Banana Golden Pop Art has been selected to be part of the book published to celebrate the 100 years of Nikon's birht. 100 great photographers.100 great images to celebrate photography: It's a Nikon. It's..
MEAN STREETS by Edward Grazda listed in The New York Times Book Review as one of the 'Season's Top Photography Books' A Spotlight on the Seasonâs Top Photography Books From Irving Penn to William Gedney: Luc Sante assesses nine new volumes.
"Miners-Potosi, Bolivia" wins 3rd Place-Bronze Star Award in the ND-Neutral Density Photography Awards 2017 (Professional Special: Street Photography category). https://ndawards.net/winners-gallery/nd-awards-2017/professional/street-photography/528/bronze-award Special: Street..
Check out TWO powerHouse Books featured in The Stategist gift guide round-up! Better add Tales of Endearment by Natalie Joos and One, Two, Three, More by Helen Levitt to your Amazon cart! 43 of the Year’s Most Giftable Coffee-Table Books Whether they’re into..
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..
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..
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
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.
“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..
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 Rodriguezâs hope-filled images of 80s Harlem They donât come..
"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..
"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..
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..
My new photo zine is now available for purchase. Ed's Junkyard is a 16-page photo story about the junkyard I used to play in when I was a kid. Limited copies available. Visit my website or store to purchase. Free stickers with every sale.
The awesome Ben Smith of the Small Voices photography podcast very kindly invited me for a chat. We spoke about photography, multimedia, my latest project OnePointSeven and life in general. Go listen and have a look at other episodes with some truly amazing guest from the photo world! ..
“I am tired of watching people looking down and absorbed in themselves, or watching them take selfies. I miss observing people regard things through their eyes and hearts instead of their camera phones; people really feeling their experiences, not just recording them.” –Carrie Boretz..
More love for Carrie Boretz's book Street ! new york streets as you’ve never seen them before Step back in time with Carrie Boretz’s new photobook, Street, which offers a scintillating snapshot of New York street life, spanning all the way from the mid 1970s right through to the..
New Harry Benson monograph out November 14th! Photographer Harry Benson: the man who captured everyone from JFK to the KKK Whether he’s photographing divas or recluses, royalty or killers, the legendary Harry Benson always knows how to get 'the picture'.
NYC: Check out Richard Sandler's exhibition 'The Eyes of City' at Leica Gallery in SoHo. The show runs until December 2nd! Beauty, Politics and Humor in a Rapidly Changing City Richard Sandler’s images of New York from 1977 to 2001 show a city in transition from..
Hey photo people! Please take a look at this crowdfunding campaign to publish a book with testimonies written on instant photographs of the survivors of the Ecuador earthquake of 2016. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/libro-puno-y-letra-handwritten-the-book-photography#/ This..
My new book “We do not need you, here. / If I could only fly.” pre-order available. You can watch the video of the book from the link below. https://vimeo.com/238759896 You can order from the link below. http://reminders-project.org/rps/wedonotneedyouhereificouldonlyflysaleen/ RPS..
"In his new book Yoga: The Secret of Life , published today by powerHouse Books, Francesco Mastalia describes in spiritual terms the wet plate collodion process he used to make portraits of 108 yogis. After pouring emulsion on a plate of black glass, “in ceremonial fashion, the plate is..
" Bros & Brosephines serves as an examination, a confrontation and a celebration of the male psyche, the masculine gender, and complex sexualities that intertwine with the two." –L'Oeil de la Photographie Read the full article here .
"In the late 1970s and early '80s, the institutions of power in New York had failed. A bankrupt city government had sold its power over to the banks, and the financiers' severe austerity schemes gutted the Big Apple's support systems. Most of New York's traditional industries had already left,..
Cortona on the Move may be over, but you should still check out Luis Cobelo's "Zurumbatico"! From August 13th until the 17th I attended the Cortona On the Move Photography Festival in Cortona, Italy. Here are some of the photography exhibits and workshops that interested me the most. I was lucky..
"Tattoo master, underground art icon, and multi-genre author Jonathan Shaw has returned with a follow-up to his must-have compendium of classic ink iconography Vintage Tattoo Flash . The logically-titled and even more eye-popping and mind-bending Vintage Tattoo Flash, Volume Two..
"powerHouse Books has just released an almost thirty year look at the streets of New York, seen through the eyes (and photographs) of Carrie Boretz . Aptly titled, STREET: New York City – 70s, 80s, 90s, the work reflects a city in flux, more gritty and unstable,..
Huck magazine interviews me about my new book "An autobiography of Miss Wish," with drawings by Kimberly Stevens, published by Kehrer. The book is available for purchase in Europe or on the NOOR images shop . Copies will be available in the USA end of November.
MEAN STREETS by Edward Grazda featured in The New York Times These are photographs of affordable housing. Not literally, of course. But they are artifacts from a city in which apartments were plentiful and relatively cheap, and from this, much followed. “You could go to New York and become..
My work will be feautured in Sickly Particular 's collaborative zine, Times To Be Feminine. Over 25 women artists from all over the globe have contributed their unrivaled perspectives and noteworthy bodies of work to this issue, and we are eager to share this project with..
The artist Francesco Mastalia has traveled the world photographing tribal, religious, spiritual, and indigenous people. These past couple of years however have found him a bit closer to his home in Rhinebeck, New York, engaged in a deep and divine encounter with the practice of yoga. That..
For more info, check here . Hardcover, 8.25 x 0.75 x 10.25 inches, 140 Pages Copies available at the following stores: Arcana, Book Soup and Skylight Books in Los Angeles, as well as McNally Jackson and Strand in New York.
At Global Genes Patient Advocacy Summit, we talked with Karen Haberberg about the photography book she developed that includes stories and photos of 29 families affected by rare diseases. As Karen explains in the interview, all proceeds from the sale of the book go to Global Genes but advocacy..
When people come into my home, the first thing they comment on is my orange refrigerator. The second comment is about how many photographs live on my walls. I have been collecting signed prints for the past 10 years and have a collection of close to 100...
Upcoming my new book "We do not need you, here./ If I could only fly", which is about public humiliation to individual in contemporary Japanese society based on my friend's personal experience to be selected as one of shortlists in Unseen Dummy Award in Amsterdam. The book will be showcased in..
"Gourougou" selected finalist in the 2017 CRITICAL MASS TOP 200. http://photolucidapdx.blogspot.com.es/2017/09/critical-mass-2017-finalists-and-list-is.html Critical Mass 2017 Finalists - and the list is... Image: Aaron Hardin We are happy to put forth the list of Critical..
My Tulip project & book is being featured in Italy's ilPost http://www.ilpost.it/2017/09/06/tulip-celine-marchbank-madre-malata/ You can see more images from the project on my site: www.celinemarchbank.com Or if you would like to buy a copy of the book you can order from the..
My Tulip book has been selected by Shutterhug as one of their summer favorites! https://shutterhub.org.uk/blog/photo-books-our-latest-favourites-summer-2017 You can see more images from the project on my site: www.celinemarchbank.com Or if you would like to buy a copy of the book..
Honored to have my work included in this vivid showcase of work by more than thirty of the world’s leading contemporary female documentary photographers—published by Thames and Hudson. Purchase " Firecrackers: Female Photographers Now " with 20% discount by using code: FIRECRACKERS20..
"Klaus Pichler’s “Golden Days Before they End” is one of the purely fun photography projects that just makes you smile and think, “Yeah I’ve been there.” Documenting and exploring “those little inns and bars in Vienna, Austria, where time seems to have stopped. They are the last..
As a reflection of our shared a commitment to excellence and initiative in photojournalism, FoteEvidence and World Press Photo will work together on the FotoEvidence Book Award. The award will now be known as the “FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo.” The winner of the book award..
Bros & Brosephines is the latest monograph from Russian art rebel Slava Mogutin . The photographer, author, filmmaker, activist, porn star, and voyeur who's been dedicated to making subversive work for the last 20 years. Read the full article here via i-D.
Tulip , my project about the last year of my mother's life, is featured in The Guardian, here . You can see more images from the project on my site: www.celinemarchbank.com Or if you would like to buy a copy of the book you can order from the publisher here: Dewi Lewis Publishing.
SPOTTED: powerHouse Books SHOT by Kathy Shorr. The fervor of current world events makes it easy to lose sight of the present and past movements striving for a better world. Photographers and journalists are more important than ever to bring us stories of both justice and injustice. There are a..