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Dawoud Bey, based in Chicago, was born in 1953 in Queens, New York. Celebrated for his rich, psychologically compelling portraits, Bey explores in his work a range of formal and material methodologies to create images and projects that connect deeply with the communities he photographs.
Zoltan Nagy was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1943. He left his country in 1966. From 1967 to 1972 he attended the Folkwangschule für Gestaltung in Essen, Germany, and specialized in photojournalism with Otto Steinert.
Gary Krueger's City of Angels, 1971-1980, a collection of sometimes frenetic and often bizarre photographs of Los Angeles, California. Krueger's curiosity and instincts helped to create a remarkable body of street photography that he describes as "split-second juxtapositions in life.
Romano Cagnoni is an international, award-winning photographer, known as one of the foremost photographers of the 20th century. His photographs have been featured on the cover and front page of nearly every significant news magazine and paper in Europe and the United States.
Mark Seliger is an American photographer known for his portraits of celebrities and political figures. His sitters have included Kurt Cobain, Lenny Kravitz, Cindy Sherman, Drew Barrymore, and Barack Obama. “I started pretty young, shooting for magazines when I was 26.
Steve Schapiro discovered photography at the age of nine at summer camp. Excited by the camera’s potential, Schapiro spent the next decades prowling the streets of his native New York City trying to emulate the work of French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson
Eugene Richards, photographer, writer, and filmmaker, was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1944. After graduating from Northeastern University with a degree in English, he studied photography with Minor White.
Born 1913 in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York, American photographer Helen Levitt became intrigued with the transitory chalk drawings that were part of the New York children's street culture...
Arlene Harriet Gottfried (August 26, 1950 - August 8, 2017) was a New York City street photographer who recorded scenes of ordinary daily life in some of the city's less well-to-do neighborhoods.
Vinca Petersenis best known for her seminal photo essay No System. Published to great acclaim in 1999, it tells the story of a10-year personal journey travelling between the UK and Europe