This brilliant exhibit flows from photographer Thomas Kiefer’s decade as a part-time janitor at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in Arizona. Disturbed by the volume of discarded food, clothing and belongings of migrants and smugglers – some after seizure by immigration and customs, the rest simply […]
I’m not normally into celebrity and don’t pay more than passing attention to what’s going on in that world. But when I saw these rare photos (up for auction by WestLicht), I had to explore. These are exceptional photographs, many held until now in private collections, seen by […]
Acclaimed photographer, poet, and filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami opens the world premiere of Doors Without Keys this week at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum.
Portrait photographer Blake Little drenched models in 4,500 pounds of honey for “Preservation,” a new book and exhibition at the Kopeikin Gallery in L.A.
This 60 seconds of joy from filmmaker Rick Mereki covers “3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage.” Perfect for a bucket list.
It’s possible to view the work of photographer Patrick Lajoie and not notice at first that it’s an image transfer onto birch panel, but upon closer look, the grain of the wood becomes visible and melds beautifully into the background.