This year is the bicentenary of the birth of Rejlander, the flamboyant and mysterious photographer who pioneered the painstaking technique of combination printing.
Starting shortly after World War II, Eliot Elisofon spent years taking photos across the continent.
As I walk into David Bailey's rather unpretentious mews studio in London's Bloomsbury he is hunched over a laptop going through images for his forthcoming exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. He looks up. "Sorry mate, just be a minute,' he sa...
An archive from two photographers who documented New York's art scene of the 1960s is being divided among five top museums.
Mr. Winogrand was so prolific that he could hardly be bothered to edit his work. A new retrospective explores the relentless output of a complicated artist.
"The worse the work, the richer the material." At the same time that pioneering photographer Berenice Abbott was busy capturing the urban
LIFE.com remembers the too-short life and brilliant, violently truncated career of a true Hollywood original, seen through the lens of photographer Dennis Stock in 1955 — less than a year before Dean's death.
The Magnum photographer's latest book spans 30 years of his career as one of the world's most celebrated photojournalists.
What we value in Julia Margaret Cameron's portraits is the shock, and the privilege, of being looked at by persons from another time. In Cameron's photograph of Julia Duckworth, though the backdrop may be sepia and moody, the subject is alert in her ...