We think of New York as “the city that never sleeps,” but photographer Duane Michals has shown a different side of the metropolis. In his series Empty New York, he presents pictures of Manhattan, shot in 1964 and 1965, like a ghost town. It lacks the typical hustle and bustle we’ve come to expect from the urban island. Restaurants are without patrons and local bakeries have nothing to show in their window displays.
In their captivating portfolio, Tiago Marques and Tania De Pascalis—a duo known collectively as Tiago & Tania—offer a treasure trove of spectacular...
Tokyo-based photographer Hosokawa Ryohei creatively captures the visually energetic nightlife of the Japanese capital with his camera.
Photographer Greg Girard is known for his explorations of Asian cities like Hong Kong and Shanghai, but a newly published series of photographs reveals a pivotal moment early in his career. Several years in Tokyo during the mid- to late-1970s not only helped develop Girard’s photography but also give the public a rare glimpse of life in the Japanese capital.
If you’ve ever been to Southeast Asia, you know that motorcycles (or scooters)
Prolific street photographer Vivian Maier may be best known for her self-portraits and her incredible life story, but it’s really...
A little over two and a half years after his untimely passing, master photographer Fan Ho is being celebrated with a new exhibition. As a photographer, actor, and film director, Ho amassed enormous acclaim over the course of his career, which began when he was a teenager. At the time, Ho used his father’s Kodak Brownie to capture the world around him, as he roamed the streets of Hong Kong.
Brooklyn-based photographer Colin Ridgway passes his time on the streets of Manhattan, photographing the faces of New Yorkers.
Sparked by a curiosity of London’s quaint entryways, photographer Bella Foxwell documents the many different doors she comes across.
Over time, the name Jamel Shabazz has become synonymous with urban life in New York City. The Brooklyn-born photographer came of age documenting the streets of the city, capturing a critical moment in time when the crack crisis was overtaking New York in the 1980s. Shabazz’s raw, unfiltered work has birthed iconic imagery that has immortalized decades of New York City’s culture. City Metro is an exhibition that brings together 30 of Shabazz’s photographs.
What is life like in the cold extremes of eastern Russia?
Since 2007, when her photographs were discovered and brought to light, Vivian Maier‘s street photography has captured the imagination of...