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Exclusive with Harvey Stein Street photographer Harvey Stein discusses his influences, his work, and the making of his book Harlem Street Portraits.
The Changing Face of Magnum Photos Running strong after 66 years, Magnum Photos has continued to hold steady like a beacon in unsure times, ever watched by the eyes of the world. But the ocean of progress if churning swiftly, and Magnum, as seemingly impregnable as it might be, has in no way been immune to the changing tides.
Minimalism The term Minimalism, once used to describe an art movement with origins in the early 20th century, is now most commonly seen attached to diluted homages to Piet Mondrian vaguely resembling squares in bright primary...
Statement: Kolkata is a city that shocks and charms the wandering visitor. Love it or hate it, you definitely will not forget it. Here I've tried to visually express 'Life' as it is celebrated on the streets of Kolkata, the city of chaos/the city of joy.
Capa in Color
International Center of Photography, New York City, January 31 - May 4, 2014
This exhibition presents Robert Capa’s color work for the first time. Capa regularly used color film from the 1940s until his death in 1954. Some of these photographs were published in magazines of the day, but the majority have never been printed, seen, or even studied. Over the years, this aspect of Capa’s career has virtually been forgotten. With over 100 contemporary color prints by the famous photojournalist, Capa in Color presents this work an integral part of his post-war career and fundamental in remaining relevant to magazines. Drawn entirely from ICP’s collection, including contextual publications and personal papers, the exhibition presents a fascinating new look at this master of...
Humphrey Spender (April 19, 1910- March 11, 2005)
Humphrey Spender was a British photographer whose employers included Harper's Bazaar, the Daily Mirror, and Picture Post. His most famous photographs came as a member of the Mass Observation movement, recording daily life in working class communities throughout Britain in the late 1930's. Spender would eventually work as a war photographer (WWII) after a brief stint with the Royal Army Service Corps. From 1953 until he retired in 1975, Humphrey Spender served as a tutor at the Royal College of Art.
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