Reading Time: 6 minutes Pairing extracts of pages from her personal diaries with portraits of young women in their teens, the American photographer paints a candid picture around the complexity of growing up.
Tag: Street photography
Reading Time: 7 minutes BJP speaks to the creators of the documentary Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein about the late photographer’s life and work. Now, they are raising money to make the it available on DVD
Reading Time: 6 minutes Akasha Rabut’s decade-long document of New Orleans delivers a powerful message about resilience and community during the current pandemic
Reading Time: < 1 minute From Henri Cartier-Bresson to Elliott Erwitt, Martin Parr, Bruce Gilden, and Richard Kalvar, a new book brings together over 300 images from some of the genres greatest practitioners
Reading Time: < 1 minute 100 large-scale newsprints in Rotterdam will present the work of 70 photographers who find inspiration in urban form
Reading Time: 8 minutes As a film and exhibition about Harold Feinstein launch in London during Photo London 2019, BJP-online speaks to their creators about the late photographer’s life and work, and the responsibility of presenting it today
Reading Time: 3 minutes From the bustling cities in the work of Eamonn Doyle and Guy Tillim, to Mark Power’s survey of decaying American landscapes, and a collaboration between Clémentine Schneidermann, Charlotte James, and a group of children in South Wales – this month’s issue is dedicated to the idea of the street as a site of theatre and historical spectacle.
Reading Time: 6 minutes “People always ask me why I stopped photographing people,” says Anthony Hernandez, who in the…
Reading Time: 6 minutes Publications we loved, and the big news stories from the last month in photobooks – featuring work by Peng Ke, Tom Wood, Paul Reas, Vivian Maier and the post-war PROVOKE group
Reading Time: 5 minutes Almost every Saturday between 1978 and 1999, Tom Wood travelled from his home in New Brighton by ferry and bus to Great Homer Street market, just outside Liverpool city centre in the North West of England. He would spend the morning there photographing the mothers and daughters, kids dressed in matching blue and lilac tracksuits, teenagers chatting away with their curly hair swept up into side-ponies, and grandmothers haggling for of a string of pearl necklaces or a second-hand coat. In the afternoon he’d travel on to either Everton or Liverpool football ground, then back on the bus and ferry, taking pictures every step of the way.
”God knows how many photographs I took,” he says. “When I first began photographing in Liverpool I was just overwhelmed by the people and the place. It was an exciting place to be, I fed off the energy there.”