Ms. Waugh conceived this project to celebrate the successes of her generation, despite its underdog status. She calls her contemporaries "innovators," who, "starting with nothing, in the middle of a recession, with limited resources," banded together to overcome and prosper.
Raw. Sexy. New York City. "Eve can keep her damn apple," I kept thinking as I made my way through the sexiest, most exotic oyster soiree I've had the pleasure of attending, nestled snugly in a private 21st Century clubhouse, hidden in a Flatiron loft.
Growing up in a large artistic family led me to begin drawing about the age of five. I was selling portraits in High School and then went on to DuCret...
Whether with the help of a superhero, a photo festival, better urban planning and communication, or through a basketball tournament, these initiatives show how the urban poor in the Global South can reclaim the public space that belongs to them.
I believe that as long as our society focuses primarily on male images of the divine, humanity's imbalance will continue unresolved. This is why I am driven to create photographs of contemporary women portraying the Divine Feminine.
The gallery model, as we know it, is flawed. Dramatic changes have affected how we view, experience and acquire art. Does anyone else see this, and if so, are you concerned with it?
A greater focus on the sit-able is an invitation to rich discussion and ready illustration based on human tradition.
In one week, I fly from Chicago to visit my daughter in Vermont. Since girlhood I've dreamt of seeing the changing colors of fall in New England. A dream I cling to so tightly, I'm filled with anxiety. What if I miss it like I did three years ago?
Serendipity does sometimes smile upon me, and it did a few months ago when I was on a tossing, rolling tin motorboat on the roiling South Pacific off the Austral island of Rurutu in French Polynesia, looking for whales.
Style and Sympathies include a selection of self-portraits from Nigerian born IKÉ UDÉ's critically acclaimed Sartorial Anarchy series and for the fi...
You remember when you were younger and your mom told you never to leave the house wearing dirty or unseemly underwear? She was right.
Kirk McCoy has dreams of Space. The idea that Saturn is his father is not an alien concept. We are one with the universe, and the connection that Kirk...
If you're looking for better detail in the shadows and highlights of your mobile photographs you've got choices. Moving from simple and limited to more complex and robust, consider these three.
The silence of Brovès provided a stark and confounding contrast. I found while photographing the townscape that without its people, the urban form along the highway had little voice. Are there practical lessons from these two models of how a place survives?
I can't believe I waited six years as festival photographer before starting to do something like this. It's so much fun. My Natural Light Studio is a space for creative exploration, and it's as much about what the dancers bring to the photo session as it is about what I bring to it.
"The North Caucasus is an utterly ignored part of the world. You can't even get there from the Olympic Villages. There's no road," notes Hornstra, the photographer. "But there are so many reasons to examine it as all one part with Sochi and the Olympics."