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Antonio Bolfo –South Bronx

It’s a cop drama for lovers of photojournalism, or vice-versa. The American photographer Antonio Bolfo, represented by Reportage Getty Images, trailed a NYPD squad for two years to create…

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The Photo league: enemy of the F.B.I.

The Photo League was one of the first photography cooperatives and a genuine pioneer in the history of photography. Following an exhibition at the Jewish Museum, the Howard Greenberg Gallery…

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Isabelle Chapuis –Ugly Pretty

Ugly Pretty, La grâce des ingrates (The Grace of the Ungrateful) is the result of a meeting between the photographer Isabelle Chapuis and Kappauf a Paris fashion personality,…

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Of Pictures and Men Robert Stevens

Jonas Cuénin, one of our New York contributors, has a passion for Irving Penn, and one of the photographer’s most famous series in particular: Small Trades. Jonas Cuénin launches a…

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Washington: Annie Leibovitz’s Pilgrimage

To prepare her new project, the photographer Annie Leibovitz had to give up assignments from the magazines that first brought her fame. Produced over a two years period, Pilgrimage seems…

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John Cohen, Early Work 1954-1957

An equally adept practitioner of painting, music and the cinema, the multidisciplinary artist John Cohen, 79, is also a photography fanatic. His earliest images, inspired by the things he saw…

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The Mega-loss of Personal Images

The closure this week of the file-sharing site Megaupload is one of the most drastic measures yet taken by the Justice Department to fight the illegal downloading of moving and…


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