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Miami Houses by Leo Caillard
Renowned French photographer Leo Caillard recently visited to beaches of Miami for his latest collection of imagery. Dubbed "Miami Houses", the photography...
Street photography has become a contagious genre.
No matter what critics say, it's alive and pervasive.
"Street Photography Now" is an anthology of 46 famous and not famous works by street photographer from around the world.
Where Children Sleep This is such a...
He was born in Berlin on 26 January 1897, moved to Holland late 1918, and started a professional career in photography in 1934. He moved to France in 1936. From 1937 to 1939, he published in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Erwin Blumenfeld foi um conceituado fotógrafo cujo trabalho se situou entre...
Beginning in the fall of 2011, the School of Visual Arts in New York is launching a new graduate program in fashion photography, the first of its kind on the scale being proposed. SVA's Stephen Frailey and Art + Commerce founder Jimmy Moffat (pictured, left to right) will co-chair the...
offers a diverse range of features from an examination of the diversity and complexity of art produced during the tumultuous decade of the 1980s in Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s, opening 11 February at MCA Chiacgo, a photographic presentation of the Irish Museum of Modern Art's latest...
For those who think that The Sartorialist is the first photographer to go street style I introduce you the fathers of fashion street style photography; the Seeberger brothers Jules Louis and Henri who with their photocameras in the beginning of the 20th century were snapping pictures from the...
there's currently an interesting show at nordatlantens brygge which focuses on iceland's 150 years of photography history . on display is a wide variety of photos of iceland and its inhabitants by 13 icelandic photographers, all born before 1960. the work on display includes photos of the...
Behind the brilliant Street Stone project, Alexis Persani and Leo Caillard who joined their creative efforts and came up with something visually stunning and fun!
I think the images speak for themselves, and should they ever get a stamp of approval, they'd make a lovely advertising campaign...
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Image credits: Wedding photo from Leo Patrone Photography. All other images from City of Blackbirds (used with Éadaoin's permission.)