Costas Balafas – Experiences, Visions, Art and Folk Tradition

Costas Balafas Experiences, Visions, Art and Folk Tradition Costas Balafas belongs to that charismatic generation of photographers who have...

Right Time, Wrong Place!

Famous photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, on August 14, 1945, following Japan’s unconditional capitulation, ending World War II, captures his most...

Andreas Feininger – The Story Behind The Picture

New York, 1951 Andreas Feininger Andreas Feininger’s photo is one of Life magazine’s most recognizable covers and one of...

Josef Koudelka – Prague 1968

In 1968, thirty-year-old Josef Koudelka was a renowned theater photographer who had never photographed a news event. On August...

Elliott Erwitt – Mother and Child

One of the most widely recognized and reproduced images and ode to motherhood to date is the photograph of...

Dora Maar: Double portrait with hat, 1936-37

Dora Maar (Henriette Theodora Markovitch, 1907-1997) of French-Croatian descent, born in Paris and raised in Argentina, was a photographer,...

Gordon Parks & Ella Watson, 1942

(In 1942 Gordon Parks will make one of his most famous photographs, known as American Gothic – reference to...

”Streets of the Lost” – Mary Ellen Mark & Cheryl McCall

In April 1983, reporter Cheryl McCall and photographer Mary Ellen Mark went to Seattle  to write an article about...

Eadweard Muybridge – The Horse in Motion

In 1872 Leland Stanford seeks the help of photographer Eadweard Muybridge to prove his theory: that horses while galloping...