Posts Tagged ‘Book’
Just got my hands on a copy of David Armstrong's photography book 615 Jefferson Avenue, focusing on boys taken in his turn-of-the-century row house in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, or at his farm in upstate New York, all of which were made in the course of taking fashion photographs. The images are intimate and tangible, allowing you to see a revealing [...]
The new portfolio of prints by photographer Peter Sutherland was produced when he went back through his photo archive and found that hundreds of his shots were taken facing directly into the sun, causing lens flare. Sutherland cropped down his photos and a natural series emerged, each flare becoming a gritty form with a unique shape and [...]
We are proud to present our last installment of The OM Issue with Grace Before Dying. Working Class contributor, Kristy Ann Muniz, caught up with photographer, Lori Waselchuk, to discuss her new book Grace Before Dying and her personal perspective on what long-term and life sentences signify for those inside the Louisiana State [...]
Frank Meo has created a collection of indelible mental flash cards that reflect the indomitable strength of the mind in his book. By using simplicity of type he allows the freedom to visualize moments that have been seared in our memory. Moments that are so terrifying, sad, funny and intriguing that we have an immediate emotional reaction. [...]
Saw Far From Home the other night and I fucking loved it. I read that Barrymore's book, Little Girl Lost, which describes her battles with addiction, was written around the same time as the movie was made, and I really want to read it.
In celebration of the exhibition opening and book release join Dennis Hoff, Marc McAndrews and Humble Arts Foundation in association with Umbrage Editions, at the exhibition opening and afterparty featuring performances by Amber Martin, Julia Haltig and special guests. This party is truly something special and not to be missed. It's unlikely that [...]
We have been hard at work getting The Om Issue ready to go for its June 1 release date, but in the meantime we wanted to share the last installment of The Outlaw Issue with an online exclusive of INSIDE THE AMERICAN BROTHEL: An interview with Brooklyn-based photographer Marc McAndrews who documented all that goes on within the walls of the sex [...]
Just checked out James Mollison's book, which potrays stories of diverse kids from around the world, told through portraits and pictures of their bedrooms. When the photographer was asked to come up with an idea for children's rights, he found himself thinking about his bedroom: how significant it was during his childhood, and how it reflected [...]
We were able to catch up with photographer Teun Voeten at The Half King in the city after he read from his book Tunnel People. Voeten treated his audience to a photograph showing and interview session that more closely resembled a director’s casual Q&A than a formal event. He shared anecdotes about Bernard, one of the central figures in [...]
We were lucky enough to catch up with photographer Paul McDonough in the current Outlaw issue. His work captures a New York that you just don't see anymore. To get the whole story click here.