Werner Bischof | website | Magnum photography agency on Instagram | Magnum Photo Agency


Cindy Sherman

Profile in the Guardian | MOMA | Art 21

Annie Leibovitz

American Masters: Life Through A Lens. Bio | Image gallery | At Vanity Fair | Documentary

Yasumasa Morimura



Luhring Augustine | At Saatchi Gallery

Nikki S. Lee

Nikki S. Lee: The Seniors Project

Nikki S. Lee: The Seniors Project

Nikki S. Lee: The Hispanic Project

Nikki S. Lee: The Hispanic Project

Niki S. Lee

Video interview at The Creator’s Project | Leslie Tonkonow Gallery | Analysis of Punk Project

Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison


| Gaultier’s Dream | Architect’s Brother

Hat of Illumination



Anna Gaskell

Anna Gaskell

At the Guggenheim | Bio | Turns Gravity | Analysis of Gaskell’s use of light


Juul Kraijer

Book of photographs–see the book on Vimeo

Using Portraiture and Identity to Explore Queerness in South Africa | from Slate Magazine’s BEHOLD blog

Image :From Zanele Muholi’s series “Faces and Phases.”






Endia Beal, who told me about her project in which she took white middle-aged women to a hair salon and gave them “black” hairstyles. She then took their photographs in the style of corporate headshots. Her work had a mix of humor and poignancy, a look at both race and gender; it quickly went viral.

“I wanted people that had a certain idea of what you’re supposed to look like in the workspace, because it would be a challenge for them to understand what I experienced in that space,” Beal said. “And to a degree, many young white women have shared that experience, but for older white women it’s an experience they haven’t necessarily had.”