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Photo Essay: The Look of the Irish: Tony O’Shea

Photo: Good Friday, North Inner City, Dublin 1984 (cropped. full image below) Four decades of work by the Irish photographer whose dignified images, according to his former editor…

A Family Portrait of a Lifetime

An evening of stargazing has left a Morpeth family with a photo which is simply out of this world. Photo: Copyright Wil Cheung 16 March 2022 | Jessica…

Photo Essay: When Architecture Went California Crazy

Over-sized owls, dinosaurs, coffee-pots, and even a Mexican giant standing on a roof serving nachos and beer – California Crazy! Photo: © Jim Heimann Collection/Courtesy TASCHEN 30 MAY…

Obituary: Larry Herman – Photographer (79)

Larry Herman was a photographer who aligned himself with his subjects – mainly poor and working communities Photo: © Larry Herman, Clydeside 1974-76, Estate of Larry Herman Photos:…

Photos: Tom Stoddart’s career in pictures

For four decades, photojournalist Tom Stoddart covered Lebanon, apartheid’s end, the Berlin Wall, Sarajevo, Gulf Wars… He worked in B&W throughout his career. Photo: The first section of…

Robert Doisneau: the humanist photographer who loved Paris

Robert Doisneau‘s work reminds us how much our world has changed and forms a tender memory of a romantic Paris Photo: Les Freres, rue du Docteur Lecene Paris,…

Susan Meiselas: Molotov men, war widows and carnival strippers

Susan Meiselas has spent over five fearless decades at the frontline of history, photographing revolutionaries, teenagers and risque carnival dancers. Photo: Six weeks at the frontline … a…

Obituary: Robert Frank – photographer (94)

Robert Frank was a the fiercely independent photographer and filmmaker whose bleak yet poetic book “The Americans” jolted the nation’s self-image and sparked a photographic revolution 28 February…

Photo Essay: Dorothea Lange’s Online Exhibition

Lange’s work documenting the economic downturn was just one chapter in her prolific, four-decade career. Photo: The Road West, New Mexico​, 1938 The Dorothea Lange Collection, the Oakland Museum…

The ‘anti-vaxxer kiss-in’ in Germany that wasn’t

A viral post claims thousands of “anti-vaxxers” in Germany staged a kissing protest, citing DW as the source. But the whole thing is fake. The photo was taken…

Photo Essay: New York City Subways in the 70s and 80s

Willy Spiller’s photos are a simple byproduct of photographing while he was a passenger like everyone else. Photo: Willy Spiller 11 May 2017 | Jessica Stewart | MyModernMet All…

Photo Essay: Marilyn Stafford’s streets of Paris and refugees fleeing the Algerian war of independence

With her images of models on the streets of Paris and refugees fleeing the Algerian war of independence, the 96-year-old blazed a trail for female photographers Photo: Indira…

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