New York photographer Zach Gold says shooting assignments in China can be a lot of fun, if you can take the maddening aspects of it in stride. “It’s like the Wild West,” he says. “All of the sudden there’s all this money, and not that many people know what they’re doing.” Gold has shot campaigns in China for Motorola, Nestea,...
August 14, 2018
Exhibition opportunities at commercial galleries, museums and nonprofit arts institutions are difficult to come by for the majority of artists. Both institutions and galleries mount a limited number of shows each year, and money is a huge factor influencing what gets shown: Commercial galleries have to sell work to stay in business, and most institutions have to sell tickets and... More »
August 10, 2018
In our recent interviews with photo collectors for our story “What (and How) Photography Collectors Buy Now,” one long-time collector noted that being able to meet and talk with fine-art photographers often inspires him to buy their work. He met photographer Lynn Saville after he bought one of her prints at the annual benefit auction for The Photo Review because Saville thanked him... More »
August 7, 2018
Ringo Starr got by with a little help from his friends, but the photo editor of the future may get by with a little help from AI. Getty Images is rolling out a new tool called Panels that uses artificial intelligence to recommend visual content for news articles. According to Getty, Panels uses customizable filters and a “self-improving algorithm that... More »