See What Developed – Elsa Dorfman’s Photography

We love Errol Morris and Polaroids. Just had to have Michael Masterson review this super new doc. Treat yourself! By Michael Masterson When I was a teenager I wanted a Polaroid SX-70 camera so badly I could taste it. When my parents finally caved in and gave me one for Christmas, I was entranced with …


Khadija Saye

Obituary: Khadija Saye, fast-rising artist killed tragically young in Grenfell Tower A tribute to Saye and “to all those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017” has also been set up at Tate Britain, featuring an image from Saye’s series Dwelling. in this space we breathe. A memorial fund has been established …


Chicago!

Gearing up for Visual Connections in Chicago next week? If you are going to be in town for a few days, some photography exhibits to check out: The Schneider Gallery currently showing work by Christian Weber and S. Gayle Stevens. Stephen Dalter Gallery – ANDRE’ KERTESZ; “Raison d’Etre”:  This exhibition is comprised of scores of …


Jon Crispins’ Willard Suitcase Project

Photographer Jon Crispin first saw the abandoned Willard Asylum in the early ‘80s. Abandoned and boarded up, it appealed to his lifelong compulsion for “entering places where I shouldn’t have been.” This compulsion led to a two-year project funded by the New York State Council for Arts to photograph 19th Century New York State Asylums: …


How long do I get with the Lion for that $5,000.00?

Ever wonder how that stock image is created? The Stock Photo Guy, John Lund shares a war story: “As long as he wants” was her answer. That turned out to be about 45 minutes…or slightly more than $100.00 a minute!  That investment in a stock photo shoot turned out to be a good one. The …