Posts tagged photography
L is for Linda
No introduction — or last name — necessary. Check out Peter Lindbergh’s exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in Paris for more iconic images of the Supermodels.
Linda Evangelista, Paris, France, 1990, photographed by Peter Lindbergh © Peter Lindbergh, courtesy Gagosian Gallery
I is for In Stitches
Artist Jose Romussi’s masterpieces combine black-and-white photography with colorful embroidery. Read more…
B is for Beachscape
And bird’s eye view, the combination of which is a Gray Malin signature. Read more about this photographer (and see more of his stunning shots) here.
Bondi Beach, by Gray Malin, from his À la Plage series.
T is for Throwback
One of our favorite Nineties originals, on the cover of photographer Craig McDean’s new book. Read more…
© Kate Moss Photographed by Craig McDean, Rizzoli New York, 2013.
S is for Symmetry
Photographer François Halard’s not quite mirror image intrigues the eye. Read more…
Villa Kérylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France, 2000 © François Halard, Rizzoli New York, 2013
C is for Camera-Ready
Garance Doré's assistant Alexandra Perron is as adept in front of as behind the lens.
H is for Heat Wave
Kate the Great shows how it’s done.
Kate Moss by Glen Luchford, from Damaged Negatives © Glen Luchford / Dashwood Books
O is for Oasis
Palm trees waving in a sea breeze… heaven. Beach Park (Hawaii, 2013) by Josef Hoflehner
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C is for Camouflage
To disguise or conceal.
Dreaming Rose, 2009, by Cecilia Paredes
S is for Sun-Kissed
And surf and sand and the Sixties — the ingredients to Ron Church: California to Hawaii 1960 to 1965, a book of vintage surfing photographs by the legendary lensman.
S is for Sandra Senn
A German artist who blurs the real and surreal, as seen in this fictional photo from Kelly Klein’s new Pools: Reflections book.
Untitled, 2005, by Sandra Senn
T is for Transformation
Seen through photographer Penny Ashford's lens, a simple shot underwater becomes beautifully unexpected.