German photographer Ilse Bing (1899-1998) has secured her place as one of the major photographers of the 20th century. Her pioneering images during the inter-war era reveal a modern vision influenced by the impact of both the Bauhaus and Surrealism.
Category: Street Photography
Wuhan Radiography is a surprising series of black and white analog images taken by Belgian photographer Simon Vansteenwinckel.
Graubard’s intimate and striking colour approach to photography found a voice of its own when she packed up and embedded herself within Eastern Europe during the early nineties.
This retrospective of the life’s work of the great photo enthusiast and publisher Hansgert Lambers shows images from seven decades that the artist took in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague.
(1) Emily Graham: The Blindest Man (2) Viktoria Binschtok: Connection (3) Philipp Mueller: 120 bpm.
The period around 1980 was a phase of profound upheaval. A global arms race, rampant environmental destruction and rising unemployment fueled a general mood of doom, but also provided a boost to creativity.
The photographs that Chris Killip made in Northern England between 1973 and 1985 were first published by Secker & Warbur in 1988.
The photozine contains portraits and testimonies of women who attended the vigils for the vote on the law legalizing abortion in Argentina in December 2020, from the first minute to the final vote.
This series provides a catalogue of the Sloanes, New Romantic and pensioners who once roamed London’s streets.
Photographer Ara Oshagan and author Krikor Beledian grew up in Beirut’s Armenian communities formed by refugees and survivors of genocide.
Am I Not Light comprises a poem and photographs by Bob Farese, Jr. and is designed by Sybren Kuiper.
Baylón. Madrid en plata gathers a selection of black-and-white works by the well-known photographer of Madrid Luis Baylón.