We’ve covered Stanley Kubrick’s early career as a Look Magazine staff photographer before. He shot these beautiful photos of New Yorkers in the 1940s. Take a look at the people of the day! Many lived very similar lives (at least as captured in these moments) to … Read MoreStanley Kubrick’s New York: Portraits of New Yorkers in the 1940s by the Famed Director
Photographer Camilo Jose Vergara has been documenting life in urban American since the Nixon administration. As he says, “For more than four decades I have devoted myself to photographing and documenting the poorest and most segregated communities in urban America. I feel that a people’s past, … Read MoreTracking Time: Camilo Jose Vergara’s Photos of NYC in the Early 1970s
In 2014 New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art showcased previously undeveloped rolls of film from Mid-century american street photographer Garry Winogrand. Winogrand was known for his portrayal of American life in the early 1960s. Many of his photographs depict social issues of the time. It shows the … Read MoreGarry Winogrand’s Mid-Century Street Photographs Capturing a Time Gone By
On an early Spring morning I met a friend at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We had decided to get together during a weekday at the time of opening to drift through the museum. At 10AM the MET is a tranquil place. While attending Pratt I visited the MET with great … Read MoreA March 3, 2016 Photographic Trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City
Looking north on Shore Road at beautiful homes, drenched in the late February afternoon sun – February 28, 2016 Post some of your own faves at the bottom in the comments section!