Max Kozloff wrote in 1967 that Arbus's photographs have "an extraordinary ethical conviction".
Also shown is 'A Beggar' by LS Lowry (c1965)
Strange to be living in NYC during hurricane Sandy.
Some amazing photos have emerged, it's hard to imagine
this photo was taken in Queens, it reminds me more of India.
photo Spencer Platt
NYC photographer, Helen Levitt (1913-2009). A self-taught, school drop-out... my kind of woman!
Levitt grew up in Brooklyn and focussed most of her attention on local street photography.
Billingsgate Fish Market
During the late 1800s and early 1900s my family were merchants in London's Billingsgate market. I thought it was about time I got down there to see what the modern day Billingsgate was all about. Alarm set for 5am and wellies at the ready, I spent a morning photographing the traders and porters as they went about their business.
Porter . 78x61cm . oil on panel . 2012
Unsure why it's taken me so long to discover Graciela's photography.
Hugely inspiring and hard-hitting portraits.
The New Gypsies © Iain McKell
A project spanning nearly Ten years. Raw portraits and breathtaking landscapes by a great British photographer.
Born in NYC but South Africa-based since the 70s, Roger Ballan's work is unique. Buy his book Shadow Chamber