Proposed new regulations in New York threaten the ability of photographers and film-makers to work freely in the city. If approved, they could set a very worrying precedent for the world. A petition has been raised against the new rules, […]
In 2006 Joel Meyerowitz began a project to create a photographic archive of New York City’s 29,000 acres of parkland. Already numbering nearly 1500 images, the archive is expected to include 4000 photographs by the time it concludes in 2008. […]
Jesse Marlow is currently a finalist in two competitions: the Leica Gallery Melbourne Photography Award and the 2007 Julie Millowick Acquisitive Photographic Prize. The first is on show at the Leica Gallery Melbourne from 9th March to 4th April 2007. […]
Trent Parke has an interesting interview in this week’s Amateur Photographer Magazine. (3rd February 2007) Pick up a copy to see Trent’s new colour work and details of his upcoming show at thePhotofusion Galleryin Brixton, south London.
KunstRaum Bernusstrasse Bernusstrasse 18, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany 18 January – 10 March 2007 This is Richard’s first exhibition in Frankfurt, and will display large black and white prints from his current Underground and Urban series. All prints are hand-made personally in […]
In-Public photographers Blake Andrews, Richard Bram and David Gibson are featured in ‘Pavement Art,’ in January’s UK edition of Black and White Photography. The article, by Irish Sunday Times Photo Editor Eileen Martin, discusses the state of our art in […]