Polaroids that are nothing less than what we would expect to find in a posthumous series of lost Dash Snow pictures. That is to say, even though he's dead, he still makes us feel like a kid drinking a glass of Ovaltine in the corner at the bar. Here's a s…
Every year, VICE puts on a photo show at the Scion gallery in L.A. This year's show was curated by Jonnie Craig, who dug out 60 works by 18 of our favourite photographers from all corners of the world. The collective
Antoine D'Agata is a contentious character in the worlds of photography and art. Signed up by the Magnum photo agency in the period when they started to realise there was little money in photojournalism, his work has a habit of upsetting people.
Ben Rayner is today's featured photographer. We interviewed Ben on BBM, because that's his favorite mode of communication, and we talked about cats, dogs, and Green Day, as well as some of his favorite shoots.
I found a bag of photo negatives when I was drunk one night in Madrid. And being drunk, I took them home with me. In the bag, alongside almost 70 pounds of negs, were a photographer's work permit and a shoe with a built-up heel.
Selections from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Team Gallery, New York City, March 18-April 17. Dashwood Books is publishing a limited-edition monograph of this series in conjunction with the exhibition. It will be out on March 18.
To keep you updated on the wonderful new material coming out on VBS.TV, here are Q&As with Richard Kern and Andy Capper, who are respectively responsible for two of next month's gems on the channel, Shot by Kern Europe and Swansea Love Story.