Tony Attardo

Tony Attardo

October 1, 2018

"To me, the camera is a way to help people, to bring our cultures and lives together. I continuously have this idea, this thought in my mind: The search for human dignity and how to photograph that, and how to talk about it." Read More »
Larry Sultan: ‘Untitled, 1979’ from the Swimmers Series

Larry Sultan: ‘Untitled, 1979’ from the Swimmers Series

September 25, 2018

By Julie Mihaly: "I don’t think anyone has ever made an image that more perfectly sums up the human condition.” Read More »
Boltanski

Boltanski

September 24, 2018

"Boltanski produces short films, composes real or fictional dossiers about his life, reconstructs an accident in which he dies, which has never happened to him, and files 'moments' of his life in biscuit tins." Read More »
Joel Howe

Joel Howe

August 18, 2018

"I’ve been making long-exposure landscapes, using the 11x14 view camera that I built. The camera is kind of ridiculously cumbersome, but I’m enjoying wrestling with it, as a sort of antidote to the rapid flood of iPhone/Instagram imagery that I find can be a bit overwhelming." Read More »
Joel Howe Reviews ‘Ole Brodersen: Trespassing’

Joel Howe Reviews ‘Ole Brodersen: Trespassing’

August 9, 2018

Ole Brodersen’s photographs are not the usual “decisive moments” in time, but rather are patterns of movement and natural phenomena that are normally unseen, recorded using varying durations of exposure. Read More »