With his poignant portraits of 20th-century urban life, American artist Garry Winogrand shook up the world of street photography.
Alternating between colour and black-and-white, the photographer chronicled sexual liberation, economic crises and the repercussions of the war in Vietnam.
Anthony Blasko describes capturing the annual event during the golden hour.
A new book brings together photographer Paul McDonough vibrant scenes from across the US, offering a elegiac topography of the late 20th century.
As a young man fresh out of school, Colm Pierce was going nowhere. Until he picked up a camera and began documenting life on Sheriff Street.
After falling victim to an assault, Sandy Carson left his native Scotland for the US. It was there that he found a home in photography – capturing American life with an outsider’s eye.
The 68-year-old’s photography views the world through a mischievous lens. After going unseen for decades, it’s finally gaining the plaudits it deserves – and he’s loving every second.
The photographer captured life on the Bowery, when manufacturing was still done in Manhattan industrial lofts: ‘the street was free, it was a different world.’
The street photographer captures the city’s most curious characters in his latest series, Creatures.
Japanese street photographer Mikiko Hara shoots from the chest, allowing the camera to capture happy accidents that come as a surprise... even to her.
Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright capture two distinct scenes: 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles.
Steve Edson’s timeless black and white portraits – of families, young love and unwitting sartorial icons – capture the unusual nuances of city life.