Topics :: photography

Veteran Photographer Kickstarts AIDS Activist Portrait Book

By Winnie McCroy | Friday Sep 19, 2014
Veteran photographer and ACT UP/NY member Bill Bytsura is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the publication of his coffee table-style art book, titled "The AIDS Activist Project."

The Invisibles

By Michael Cox | Sunday Jun 15, 2014
From the "thousand words" each of the pictures in "The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride" tells us, gay people’s lives seemed pretty good.

Unlikely Intimates: Richard Renaldi

By Winnie McCroy | Monday May 26, 2014
In "Touching Strangers," photographer Richard Renaldi captures fleeting relationships.

The Bear Necessities :: Venfield 8 on ’Bear Hill’

By Kilian Melloy | Sunday Jan 26, 2014
EDGE checks back with mystery man and innovative photographer Venfield 8 about his new book, "Bear Hill."

Across the Ravaged Land

By Kevin Taft | Thursday Oct 10, 2013
The final book in Nick Brandt’s photographic trilogy is a gorgeous reminder of the power and beauty of our animal friends, and the reality that it could all be lost.

Inheritors Battle for Artist’s Sexualized Celebrity Photo Archive

By Michael Cox | Tuesday Aug 13, 2013
Nude photos of Burt Reynolds, Barbara Streisand’s famous profile and some scandalously sexual shots of a very young Brooke Shields are all part of a photo archive that attorneys for Francesco Scavullo’s life partner say he deserves.

Women Voice their Divine Power with WAVE

By Antoinette Weil | Friday Aug 9, 2013
Women’s Avenue for Voicing Empowerment, or WAVE gives lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight women an opportunity to come together to embrace themselves, support one another and perpetuate empowerment for all women.

Photo Essay Gives Girls Inspiration and Real Role Models

By Conswella Bennett | Monday Jun 3, 2013
Wanting to offer inspiration, photographer Jaime C. Moore dressed her daughter as strong women throughout history for her fifth birthday. She photographer the results for the series "NOT Just a Girl."

Appeal By Photographer in Gay Bias Case is Heard

By Jeri Clausing | Tuesday Mar 12, 2013
A case that tests anti-gay discrimination laws in New Mexico is underway as a religious rights group told the state’s Supreme Court that a photographer who declined to shoot a same-sex ceremony is protected under artistic freedom and freedom of speech.

Photographer Mario Testino Gets ’In Your Face’ with Celebs, Royalty, in First American Exhibit

By Kilian Melloy | Monday Oct 22, 2012
For three decades, Mario Testino has documented Royalty, Celebrities, and beautiful people having fun. He’s photographed album covers, magazine covers, ad campaigns, and fantasias of glamour. Now he has an exhibition at the MFA in Boston.