Al Vandenberg (b. 1932) studied photography with Alexi Brodovich, Richard Avedon and Bruce Davidson. His first photographs were taken on the streets of New York collecting images of poverty, urban low-life and ethnic minorities. Vandenberg then exhibited these pictures at the Smithsonian Institute for the President's War on Poverty. He then began a career in commercial photography for ten years before ...Читать далее →
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Born in London in 1938, Terry O'Neill's career in photography began quite by chance. As a budding jazz drummer he thought working for a transatlantic airline would be an inexpensive way to regularly visit the United States. However, rather than finding a job as a steward, he was offered a position in the airline's photographic unit. In the 1970's, O'Neill finally ...Читать далее →
The Archives hold the work of Master Photographer Leo Fuchs who during the 1950s and 1960s was one of the pioneer of celebrity photography in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Fuchs' images are a byproduct of intimate long term relationships with his subjects in turn creating the trust and comfort to capture some of the most iconic personal glimpses into ...Читать далее →
За 25 лет работы театральным фотографом, Саймон Аннанд (Simon Annand) снял множество портретов легендарных актеров. Саймон - автор книги The Half: Photographs of Actors Preparing for the Stage (Полчаса: фотографии актеров, перед выходом на сцену), в которой знаменитые актеры запечатлены в собственных гримерных, сосредотачивающиеся и настраивающиеся перед будущим спектаклем.Читать далее →
Peter lives in Brooklyn, hails from the great state of Texas, and photographs subjects all over the world. Peter shoots lots of rock stars. He gets along with them because he’s a nice guy and not intimidating. This is confusing to Peter because he thinks he totally looks like a rock star.Читать далее →