Torbjørn Rødland is a weird dude. I mean that in the best way possible, as his weirdness manifests itself in brilliant and subversive photographs that twist our perceptions of visual culture into a ball and throw them in the trash.
You've heard a lot from us about Sandy Kim. Can you believe she's never had a solo show in New York? We can't either. That all changes tonight in Brooklyn, at a new space lovingly called Muddguts.
A new documentary, Everybody Street, details the wide spectrum of street photographers, the overarching mores of the genre, and the personal lives of the individual photographers. We snagged this exclusive outtake from the film, featuring Boogie.
He's been everywhere from the dirt-poor towns of Virginia to the dirt-poor favelas of Rio de Janeiro, along the way amassing an amazing portfolio of startling images. We talked to him about where he comes from.
Giles Clarke is one of our favorite photographers. A few months back, he brought us some amazing imagery from the still-devastated island of Haiti, and for the next two weeks you'll be able to see that work in a gallery in Manhattan. We called him to...
Because he hates them, basically, and thinks you should too.
Beginning with the Berlin Wall, which he witnessed fall in 1989, German photographer Kai Wiedenhofer has photographed many of the world's most divisive barriers in the hopes to create a dialogue about the use of walls as political tools and their role...