“New Blues” is a continuation of Tim Barber’s 2015 series, “Blues.” Developed through the traditional practice of cyanotype printing, Barber’s ethereal images capture fleeting scenes from NYC and abroad.
Someone once said that wherever Walter Iooss goes is the perfect picture. In a career spanning four decades. Walter has captured giant swells, supermodels and some of the world’s greatest athletes. By building a rapport with his subjects, he draws out their essence.
With his Rain Paintings, Lucien Smith became an art world sensation at the age of 23. Having followed that success with even more work on canvas, Smith is now in the process of exploring mediums such as film and photography. Here he shares a never-before-seen archive of Polaroids taken during his walks in Montauk.
Daniel Arnold’s street photography has a nose for the candid, the serendipitous, and the ugly. Taken during his long walks through the streets of New York City, his snapshots have become famous through his now-legendary account.
Three years after releasing Expencive Porno Movie, director Tin Ojeda is ready to reveal his latest work: Free Jazz Vein. We caught up with the filmmaker ahead of the movie’s May 18th premiere—hosted by us—to discuss inspiration, collaboration and what’s next.
Eric Cahan set out to record the nuanced beauty of colorful skies at sunrise and sunset. The following images are the result—painterly renderings of an elusive moment, and a unique perspective on landscape photography.