The American photographer exploded into the mainstream media in 1938 with his dazzling shots of models reading, cooking, and drinking champagne on the ocean floor.
A striking image by Chinese photographer Pan Jianhua is today announced as the winner of both the Open Culture category and the China National Award at 2019SWPA.
On the occasion of the celebration for Erwin Olaf’s 40 years of career, we are pleased to share with you a look at an important selection of his photographs from his debut up to today.
Vivian Maier: The Color Work was created in partnership with Howard Greenberg Gallery, who will be presenting an exhibition of the same title running through January 5, 2019.
Moises Levy captures unique moments of human and animal interaction in his street photography, most often centered around activities at the beach.
Potato chips become desert sand dunes, spiral-bound notebooks delineate swimmers poised to compete, and books filled with sticky notes create an urban skyscraper scene.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards just closed submissions which range from a disappointed rabbit, to a rhino sporting some uncharacteristic peacock plumage.
Shanghai, June 21, 2018: PHOTOFAIRS today announces key public programming, galleries and artists for its fifth edition in Shanghai.
The judges of the 2018 SWPA honor the work of 53 Chinese photographers by shortlisting and commending their photographs as the top 50 in the world.