Joe Deal's photographs are receiving renewed critical attention along with the work of his colleagues —Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Nicholas Nixon and Stephen Shore — from the influential 1975 exhibition New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape at the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Continue →


Aaron Siskind 100 celebrates the artist's centennial and is one of many exhibitions being presented at over a dozen institutions worldwide, each devoted to a different period or theme of the artist's life and work. Aaron Siskind was one of the most important and influential artists of the twentieth century. He began his career as a social documentary photographer under the auspices of the New York Photo League. His most notable work during this period was the Harlem Document, a moving series of portraits as well as scenes of street and home life, part of a larger project initiated by the Photo League to examine urban neighborhoods. Continue →


Jeff Brouws has spent over twenty years exploring and documenting the American landscape, often driving over 30,000 miles a year. He approaches photography like a visual anthropologist, analyzing our material culture with an outsider's clarity of vision. His elegiac images combine formal beauty with cultural commentary, eschewing romanticism and searching instead for a deeper meaning behind the cycle of construction and decay in American society. Continue →


Ansel Adams: 100+1 pays homage to the centennial exhibition Ansel Adams at 100, curated by John Szarkowski, which travels to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City this summer. 100+1 presents photographs from throughout the artist's career, including his earliest work and some of his final images, as well as the mature masterpieces that defined his vision. Continue →






Michael Kenna is among the preeminent landscape photographers working today, commenting on the relationship between humans and their environment without representing the human form itself. His travels have drawn him to Japan in recent years, where he found inspiration in the diverse landscapes of this ancient country: lines of traditional temple roofs; the watchful gaze of religious statuary; webbed patterns of fishing nets drifting along the shoreline; the stark procession of fenceposts against frozen ground. Continue →