Josh Estey
   Gabrielle de Montmollin
   Bruno J. Navarro
   Aitor Ortuondo
   Sean Waisglass


Faces of Tragedy in Jakarta


A car bombing outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, claimed the lives of nine people on 9 Sept. 2004. Jakarta-based photographer Josh Estey takes a look at the human toll in this four-part series.

Contact Josh Estey at joshua_estey (at)


The Pattersons:
Portraits of an Anonymous American Family

see exhibit

Found photographs, circa 1950, depict family memories and moments lost to their original owners, but they retain their individuality and create a universality. | by Bruno J. Navarro


See exhibit

The Fairest Fowl:
Portraits of Championship Chickens

see exhibit

In her new book, "The Fairest Fowl: Portraits of Championship Chickens," New York photographer Tamara Staples takes an unconventional look at some unusual prize-winning chickens. | article by Caitlin Dixon


camp 19 / lives under fire

Nestled deep in the hills above Los Angeles is a facility housing 126 convicted felons. These wards of the state have been specially selected and trained to help save lives and property from wildland fires. | by Josh Estey


untitled images from the series "Leading Ladies"
and "Carnevale at the Hotel of the Bridge of Sighs"


Nature photography

by Aitor Ortuondo of Spain


Across Peru
from the Amazon to the Andes

Glimpses of Peru over a period of three weeks by Bruno J. Navarro


Gazing in Thailand
Images by Sean Waisglass of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Andreas Gursky
Andreas Gursky: Photographs from 1984 to the Present

I Am a Camera
I Am a Camera

Mostly photographic work from the Saatchi Gallery of London, helping to establish the importance of the medium in modern art. Includes work from well known artists such as Sam Taylor-Wood, Andreas Gursky and Jessica Craig-Martin, as well as lesser known photographers.

(un) Fashion
by Tibor Kalman, Maira Kalman

Walker Evans
Walker Evans

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York published this catalogue of work in connection with a major retrospective it organized in the spring of 2000.

Migrations: Humanity in Transition
by Sebastião Salgado

Search Now:
Amazon Logo

Copyright © 1994-2005 All rights reserved.
e-mail | jobs | contact