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The Urban Prisoner by Matt Weber

The Urban Prisoner

What makes for an Urban Prisoner? In Matt Weber’s case it was being a New York City Cab Driver. Each day, he went to work and while he was there? He took pictures. The end result was the Urban Prisoner…

Vivian Maier: Street Photographer

Vivian Maier: Street Photographer

They say that the work of a great artist appreciates in interest after their death, but in the case of Vivian Maier, nobody knew who she was while she was alive. In fact, Vivian never meant her photographs for public…

The Americans by Robert Frank

The Americans

The Americans was so controversial when it was printed in 1958, that it was printed in France and wouldn’t be printed in the United States until a year later. It’s a harsh examination of America as it really was and…

American Photography by Walker Evans

American Photography

American Photography is often spoken of in hushed tones as one of the quintessential works of modern photography.  Walker Evans’ images defined what America is, in the eyes of millions of people around the globe, and his exhibition at The…

Where I Find Myself by Joel Meyerowitz

Where I Find Myself

If you haven’t heard of Joel Meyerowtiz, then you’re in the minority, he has one of the biggest names in photography and there’s no doubt that his reputation is totally deserved. Where I Find Myself is an introspective look at…

American Prospects by Joel Sternfeld

American Prospects 

Joel Sternfeld is one of the original proponents of color in “real photography” (yes, there was a time when only black & white was considered acceptable by the establishment).  And in American Prospects he brings his colorful vision of 1980s…