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Henri Cartier Bresson

10 Photographers On The Most 'Decisive Moments' Of Their Careers

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 06.06.2016 | Arts

In 1952, iconic street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson published a book titled Images a la Sauvette or, as the American version is called, The Deci...

Interview With Photographer Peter Turnley: Moments of the Human Condition (Part 2)

Ben Arnon | Posted 03.22.2016 | Arts
Ben Arnon

"I've always conceived photography from the very outset as this opportunity to be, not only a diary and an autobiography of my life, but also a reflection of a world that I would want to live in."

Kevin O'Leary, Shark Tank's "Mr. Wonderful," Exhibits "Irreconcilable Images" at Arcature Fine Art Benefiting the Perry J. Cohen Foundation

Bruce Helander | Posted 03.11.2016 | Arts
Bruce Helander

"Irreconcilable Images," the current exhibition of photographic images by Kevin O'Leary at Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach, is a memorable event that examines the curious aesthetic merits of places and people that often display an inherent incompatibility.

Interview with Photographer Peter Turnley: Moments of the Human Condition (Part 1)

Ben Arnon | Posted 03.07.2016 | Arts
Ben Arnon

I recently visited Cuba for the first time. As a photographer, I was blown away by the friendliness of the people, the uniqueness of seeing 1950's vi...

Everyday Empathy in the Photographs of Michael Dressel

F. Scott Hess | Posted 10.23.2016 | Arts
F. Scott Hess

"I do believe in magic. The magic that happens when I am pointing a camera at life and freeze a few hundredths of a second into an image. Afterwards that image turns into this thing that communicates what I think and feel about the world."

10 Documentary Videos For Street Photography Fans

Michael Ernest Sweet | Posted 06.05.2016 | Arts
Michael Ernest Sweet

Image (c) Michael Ernest Sweet While not all these photographers are strictly street photographers, they are, I believe, photographers that street ph...

Paris Journal: Le Bon Saint Pourcain

Francis Levy | Posted 12.21.2014 | Travel
Francis Levy

At the intersection of the Rue Servandoni and the Rue du Canivet in Paris's 6th Arrondissement lies a green painted storefront that once housed a restaurant called Le Bon Saint Pourcain.

Is This the Most Important Photograph of the 20th Century?

Matthew Israel | Posted 11.24.2014 | Arts
Matthew Israel

At the time of William Eggleston's exhibition, color was shunned in serious photography circles. Until then photographers used color only for advertising and journalism, and it was widely despised by the mainstream art world of the time.

At The Bus Stop With Travis Huggett

Michael Ernest Sweet | Posted 11.22.2014 | Arts
Michael Ernest Sweet

All Images Copyright Travis Huggett When I first saw Travis Huggett's work I sensed something iconic, something classic, but I could not put my fin...

Ashley Woods

This 95-Year-Old Artist Has One Of Photography's Greatest Untold Stories | Ashley Woods | Posted 03.20.2014 | Arts

Back when Detroit made the cars the world drove, a young engineer named Bill Rauhauser bought a 39-cent camera. It was the beginning of a seven-decade...

Lusting for Leicas

Tom Teicholz | Posted 11.09.2013 | Arts
Tom Teicholz

In one version of our lives, childhood is a series of deprivations and desires whereby we want things we can't have, some of which we grow out of or just forget.

Joel Meyerowitz's Stunning Photos Show Theater Of The Streets

The Huffington Post | Hallie Sekoff | Posted 10.22.2012 | Arts

"Wham, there it was, this huge, deep, dark poem about America that gave me something to encounter day after day after day. So that fed me," the photog...

Happy Birthday, Henri Cartier-Bresson!

Posted 08.22.2012 | Arts

Today is the birthday of French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. Considered to be the father of modern photojournalism and a master of candid photo...

The Dream Of The 90s Is Alive In Todd Burris (NSFW)

Posted 05.14.2012 | Arts

Todd Burris' fashion-meets-photojournalism photography captures our nostalgia for yesteryear with a sharper eye than our memories could muster. Throug...

Did Bob Dylan Rip Off Photos? See The Evidence

ARTINFO | Posted 11.28.2011 | Arts

NEW YORK-- Time and time again folk rock legend Bob Dylan has blatantly borrowed for his lyrics. Christie's auction house acknowledged in 2009 that a ...

PHOTOS: iPhone Photography

John Seed | Posted 06.20.2011 | Arts
John Seed

Aim well, shoot fast, and scram." -- Henri Cartier-Bresson If Cartier-Bresson was still taking photos today, he would ditch his Leica and be taking ...

Candid Moments Captured on Film: Street Photographer Damon Pablo

Emily Farache | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Emily Farache

I entered the gallery and saw the photographs in the kind of perfect clarity only a personal viewing can provide. Before me were six achingly poignant moments of quotidian life frozen in time and rendered significant.

The Art of Visual Improvisation: Interview With Adam CK Vollick

Joseph Vella | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Joseph Vella

A few years back, I was introduced to a visual artist named Adam CK Vollick, who was filming the recording of an album. And it was unlike anything I had seen before.

EXHIBITION SPOTLIGHT: Celebrating Henri Cartier-Bresson, Black & White Master Photographer

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

WHO: French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson WHAT: 'Henri Cartier-Bresson: Eye of the Century' WHEN: October 8, 2010 - January 8, 2011 WHERE: Pet...

EXHIBITION: Remembering Legendary Henri Cartier-Bresson Photographs In Chicago

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

WHO: Henri Cartier-Bresson WHAT: 'Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century' WHEN: July 25-October 3, 2010 WHERE: Art Institute of Chicago 111 Sout...

Something Important Is Happening

Alex Geana | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Alex Geana

Consumers want the illusion of permanence because now, more then ever, we've accepted there is none. Collectively, we're using the latest technology to reinvent a likeness of the past.

Is Photojournalism Dead Yet?

Steve Ettlinger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Steve Ettlinger

The easy availability of free stock photography on the web today makes you wonder why anyone would even try to earn a living with a camera.

The Henri Cartier-Bresson Exhibit Shows He Was to Photography What Impressionism Was to Art

Jesse Kornbluth | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Jesse Kornbluth

Cartier-Bresson covered the shiny lens of a Nikon with black tape so his subjects would be less inclined to notice him, and took to the streets. What he invented there was essentially photojournalism.

The Henri Cartier-Bresson Exhibit Is One More Must-See Show At The Museum of Modern Art

Jesse Kornbluth | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Jesse Kornbluth

Henri Cartier-Bresson was to photography as the Impressionists were to painting.

Culture Zohn Off the C(H)uff: Martine Franck Tells of Love, Passion and Work With Henri Cartier-Bresson

Patricia Zohn | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Patricia Zohn

Henri Cartier-Bresson's abiding interest in people, the narratives of their lives, and the environments that shaped them, was deep and genuine. "It was never just a job to him," reveals his wife.