black and white photography
These Rare Kubrick Photos Reveal the Master's Early Influences
Here's what the curator of the exhibition 'Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs,' has to say about the guy behind '2001: A Space Odyssey' and 'The Shining'.
Portraits of Swiss Rebels and Their Crotches from the 1950s
Photographer Karlheinz Weinberger was one of the first to capture Switzerland's post-war countercultures.
Haunting Black-and-White Photos Reveal a Brutal War Crime's Aftermath
'The Portraits of 108' is Jinhyun Cha's harrowing photographic series of surviving Korean “comfort women,” sexual slaves to the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.
Stunning New Book Captures 23 Years of Black and White Photography
'NO PLAN B' chronicles surreal, high contrast scenes from the American suburbs to the Arctic Ocean.
Documenting 25 Years of Cuba's Overlooked Optimism
Starting with a trip to find long-lost relatives in the late 80s, photographer Manuello Paganelli has visited Cuba dozens of times, documenting a vibrant, optimistic side of the nation's culture.
Decades Apart, These Photos All Have One Thing in Common
1970s Americana hangs alongside contemporary images in this black and white group show.
Innocence Lost in these Black and White Collages of Children
Preconceptions of childhood's haven are broken down in Constantinos Chaidalis’s small, textured collages.
Go Behind the Scenes of the Ramones First Tour [Photos]
Danny Fields, the legendary band's first manager, gives us the dish on new photo book 'My Ramones,' the band's real leanings, and punk turning 40.
Moscow and St. Petersburg, Then and Now [Photos]
Talking to Brazilian photographer Mauro Restiffe about his ongoing 'Post-Soviet Russia 1995/2015' photography exhibition at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
An Exclusive Selection of Yale Photography's Open Studios
This weekend, the Yale School of Art held its annual open studios event.
[Photos] Curating Robert Mapplethorpe's Legendary Polaroids
Gallerist Sean Kelly talks about putting the intimate early works of Robert Mapplethorpe in a new show.
The Fishermen of Ghana
Romanian photographer Tudor Vintiloiu spent some time documenting the tight knit fishing community of a country burdened with a sad slave past.
Photos: Tudor Vintiloiu, Words: Mihai Popescu