No one has smiled in an Avedon portrait for a long time. If there was pleasure in their lives it left them in the act of posing, or rather, confronting […]
Part Walt Whitman, part Werner Herzog, part Waldo Pepper, Michael Light is an aerial photographer whose work—vast, panoramic, vertigo-inducing—celebrates the sweep of the American West while wordlessly lacerating what human […]
“The natural world is extremely complicated and variable, and its systems are fluid – it is built on a fluid world. In contrast to this, architecture has always tried to establish a more stable system. To be very simplistic, one could say that the system of the grid was established in the twentieth century.
If you told Jacques Tati that his flight was delayed, he’d say terrific – and settle down to watch what he considered “the best movie of the year”: people passing by. Observation gave the director all the material he needed for the four films he made over three decades.
To most people, Miami’s South Beach is best known as one of the most decadent entertainment destinations in America, with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels lining it’s avenues. […]
A naked woman lies in the tall grass, one hand resting on her right breast, under a tempestuous sky with perhaps the occasional bolt of lightening. The church bell tower and […]
Having a son and being a son are two different things. Christopher Anderson wades into these murky familial waters with his book Son. The pictures are about relationships, complex, loving, strained […]