Kids at a summer camp for gender nonconforming children wait for their turns onstage for a talent show. Photographer Lindsay Morris's project about the camp struck a chord with a wide audience following the Supreme Court decision affirming the rights of gay citizens.
Lindsay Morris’s project about a summer camp for gender nonconforming kids—in particular, kids labeled at birth as boys who define themselves as transgender, gay or straight with feminine tendencies—is an example of how timing can make all the difference for the success of a photo project. When The New York Times Magazine published some of Morris’s images with a story...
May 22, 2017
Documentary photographer Lisa Barnard’s new project, “The Canary & The Hammer,” explores the way that gold—as a metal, chemical element, and symbol of wealth and power—permeates human life. The ongoing project includes investigations into the use of gold nanoparticles in electronics, medical therapy, microscopy and other applications; gold as a driver of exploration and empire expansion; and gold as a... More »
May 19, 2017
Dutch photographer Dana Lixenberg has been awarded the 2017 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize for her 22-year project, Imperial Courts, which documents a predominantly African-American community in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. The announcement was made last night at The Photographer’s Gallery, London. The prize honors photographers who have made outstanding contributions to the medium in the previous year.... More »
May 19, 2017
Photojournalist Stanley Greene, whose coverage of war and social upheaval spanned the fall of the Berlin Wall, the war in Chechnya and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, died May 19 in Paris. He was 68. NOOR Images, the cooperative he co-founded, did not provide the cause of death, but Greene had been diagnosed with hepatitis C nearly a decade ago,... More »