I love photographer Javier Vallhonrat’s approach to color – it’s very painterly and makes me think of Impressionism.
Why would anyone in their right mind decide to start an online photography gallery? Here’s why, for me at least!
Photographer Jimmy Katz approaches photography like a jazz musician approaches music. There’s a plan, yes, but there’s always room for last-minute changes and for magic.
Photographer Nan Goldin’s images are not always easy to face. They show hardship, violence and pain. But they also, and more importantly, show life – the good, the bad, and the ugly of it.
Photographer Jean-Loup Sieff captured the who’s who of fashionable Paris (and years later, me!).
Photographer Tyler Mitchell’s subjects, be they models or everyday people, are effortlessly cool, like only cool 19-year-olds know how to be. They play with gender roles and pay no mind to what people may think of their clothes or skin color. Mitchell shows us moments when being young and alive is all that matters.
Throughout his life and career, photographer Gordon Parks held an unflinching mirror to America and fought for civil rights and social justice. Photographer, filmmaker, writer, musician… he was a true Renaissance man and led an extraordinary life!
I’ve long been a fan of photographer Helena Palazzi’s fashion images. Her work is timeless and beautiful, and I’m excited to feature it in the Gallery. Read more about her here!
You immediately know you’re looking at photographer Tim Walker’s work when you see it. I find his images eminently British, referencing old-world grandeur and fairytales. I think the world can use more of those, don’t you?
Photographer Ruth Bernhard was left free to become who she wanted to be, and create the images she wanted to see, a rare thing in her time.