Why EarthArt beats Google

The New York Times' Michael Pollak tried an interesting experiment when he reviewed our Bernhard Edmaier book
Why EarthArt beats Google

Daido Moriyama and the scent of the city

How the Japanese photographer always looks for the dim light in a shadowy environment
Daido Moriyama and the scent of the city

The melancholy life of the amazing André Kertész

Though a master of composition, the Hungarian photographer could never really find himself in the frame
The melancholy life of the amazing André Kertész

World War One as pictured in the book Century

A brief look through the incredible images in our book Century to mark today's centenary commemorations
World War One as pictured in the book Century

Is the GIF a good fit for fine-art photography?

US photo duo's new series uses the image format to explore new ground between still and motion pictures
Is the GIF a good fit for fine-art photography?

How Dronestagram is changing aerial photography

Cheap, remote-controlled aircraft are helping inspired photographers reach new, low-level altitudes
How Dronestagram is changing aerial photography

Steve McCurry goes wild in Africa

The legendary photographer takes Etnia sunglasses on a South African safari for its summer campaign
Steve McCurry goes wild in Africa

The tiny American town on show at Arles

Why did Dutch photographer Pieter ten Hoopen spend over a decade shooting in one Montana hamlet?
The tiny American town on show at Arles

Steve McCurry at Alessandro Del Piero’s gallery

Italian footballing legend celebrates shared love of teamwork and excellence in new McCurry exhibition
Steve McCurry at Alessandro Del Piero’s gallery

Nan Goldin in the World of Marc Jacobs

The legendary Eden and after photographer turns up for her signing at Bookmarc dressed head to toe in ...
Nan Goldin in the World of Marc Jacobs

Martin Parr, now with added captions

A new show pairs the photographer's images with pithy quotes from his subjects
Martin Parr, now with added captions

Why Ciril Jazbec is On Thin Ice

The brightest young photojournalist at Arles says his lifelong work will be an encapsulation of climate change
Why Ciril Jazbec is On Thin Ice

Is Erik Kessels the smartest photo curator around?

Dutch art director, collector and curator gives us the lowdown on his new Arles Rencontres show Small Universe
Is Erik Kessels the smartest photo curator around?

Happy 4th of July from Joel Meyerowitz

The photographer tells us how he captured a monad of American life one 4th of July, three decades ago
Happy 4th of July from Joel Meyerowitz

Parr, Bailey and Eijkelboom at Arles 2014

Long-standing Arles director François Hébel draws on old friendships for his final Rencontres production
Parr, Bailey and Eijkelboom at Arles 2014

Martin Parr in New York and Austin

The British photographer charms New York Magazine and the crowds at the Austin Center for Photography
Martin Parr in New York and Austin

Larry Clark’s first movie screened in Amsterdam

The Foam gallery will be showing Clark’s early 16mm film, alongside shots from Tulsa and Teenage Lust
Larry Clark’s first movie screened in Amsterdam
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