An exhibition of Frank Hallam Day's photos could use more balance between the two.
Author Archive for Louis Jacobson
There’s visual allure—torsos well cut by the heavy labor, moments of solace staring off into the silvery ocean—but also hardship.
Photographer Kim Keever has a peculiar technique that involves a 200-gallon tank of water.
The stars here are the cars, in all their dented and rough, hand-painted glory.
Craggy seaside scenes, aging lighthouses, rolling cloud formations—they’re all here.
Microscopic surfaces become stand-ins for railyards, refineries, suburban sprawl, and farms.
Photos of today's population-dividing walls render Berlin's history in the present tense.
A photo series tracks an innocence toddler through sullen college age.
“Many of the structures and locations in my works—areas that were so familiar to me—have radically changed or no longer exist.”
One turn-of-the-century photographer made a painting-like portrait by applying developing solution to the photo paper with a brush.