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Picturing San Francisco

The lineage of photographers associated with San Francisco is unique in the history of the medium.

Elinor Carucci’s Theater of Everyday Life

Carucci has staged the territory of domestic intimacy for almost thirty years.

Pieter Hugo

In the process of making a portrait, there is a very brief moment when economic, linguistic, or any cultural divide gets bridged—albeit briefly.

Gregory Eddi Jones

Smartphones and social media have become mobile reflecting pools we all carry with us.

Myles Little

I had to rely on metaphor and suggestion, to get at a truth that is denied to us otherwise.

Danielle Ezzo

Each portrait is a portrait of “imperfections.”

Oliver Wasow

I aspired to make something that had some critical resonance but also satisfied something more mysterious and human.

Justin Kimball

I have been photographing in small, all but defunct towns in New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

Danny Lyon: Rebel With a Camera

Lyon was not the run-of-the-mill concerned photographer hoping for photographic notoriety; he was seeking revolution.

Flannery O’Kafka

To my surprise, blood has not made much of an appearance during this season.

Wendel White

‘Schools for the Colored’ depict the buildings and landscapes that were associated with the system of racially segregated schools.