Photographer Alistair Redding places portraits of people alongside shots of everyday objects and shapes, entangling people with the urban environment.
The legendary street photographer, who died in August last year, is being celebrated in a new exhibition at New York’s Daniel Cooney’s Fine Art Gallery.
With his poignant portraits of 20th-century urban life, American artist Garry Winogrand shook up the world of street photography.
Steve Edson’s timeless black and white portraits – of families, young love and unwitting sartorial icons – capture the unusual nuances of city life.
Wandering the streets of New York, LA, Chicago & beyond as part of an “anti-road trip”, UK photographer Oli Kellett immortalises fleeting, everyday moments.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
After years of working nine-to-five in the city, Joshua Jackson is pursuing his dream as a street photographer – honing in on the everyday details we take for granted.
By day, Ryan Staley works in the buttoned-down world of corporate law. But his free time is spent on the streets of LA, focusing his untrained eye on an ‘alternate reality’ that only he can see.
Before carving out a career as a music photographer, Michael Lavine worked the avenues of Manhattan – capturing the chaotic crowds of another era.
Going beyond the stereotypes, Tripod City capture the cities of Mexico, focusing on the everyday experiences of real people.
Hailed as the definitive guide to the genre, Bystander: A History of Street Photography is now set for re-release; adding the most groundbreaking work of the last two decades.
Photographer Edo Zollo has spent years stalking the city streets after hours, honing in on moments of magic and mystery.