Uruguay-born photographer Luis Fabini has captured the lives of cowboys across North and South America since 2004, revealing a culture that exists vividly in our imagination. His work is on exhibit at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies through April 2, 2017.
Cody Choi began his journey into fine art dance photography while touring with Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake. The Korean-born, New York based artist captured places, theatres, and especially fellow dancers.
The photo art in Irene Seay’s current exhibition was shot on slide film over a 10-year period but had never been exhibited until her current show, part of the Toronto Contact Photography Festival.
Lyle Owerko spent two years in Northern Mongolia immersed in the culture of falconry, the ancient and otherwise closed communities that rely on the world’s most dangerous birds of prey. His new series Eagle Hunters depicts their surreal beauty against the raw Mongolian landscape.
Contemporary photographer Rosamond Purcell’s breathtaking pictures challenge accepted notions of death and decay, and blur the line between the natural and man-made worlds. (Detail: Two Rooms exhibition, Tufts University)
It’s always a gift to see how photojournalists interpret life, especially shots like this signature image