For over a century photography has captured, documented and shaped the course of history, with some leaving a lasting legacy.
Discover the "Pictures Generation," artists who reshaped contemporary art and delivered an insightful critique of mass media through their work.
When is a photograph not a photograph? When one is admiring the work of Richard Estes, one of the leading pioneers of 20th-century photorealistic painting.
From Hepburn to Capote, achieving fame in the early to mid-20th century meant accolades, wealth, and having your portrait taken by Cecil Beaton.
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photographs are a time machine to exact moments in history, making him a pioneer of street photography.
Not many photographers emerge from behind the camera to become as famous as the celebrities they’ve photographed. Annie Leibovitz is different.
John Baldessari was an American artist who was often referred to as the “Godfather of Conceptual Art,” the “Master of Appropriation” and a “Surrealist for the Digital Age.” His conceptual artworks and 50-year long body of work redefined modern art, fundamentally altering the way the world views art. He did this by practicing, creating, and teaching…
Taking a good photograph requires an artful eye, and state-of-the-art technology, which is why those in pursuit of perfect photography are often compelled to collect vintage cameras.
In 1932, in the face of the Great Depression, a group of photographers known as f/64 came together with a shared vision and a common philosophy.
From striking images of household items to the 'real America' of the 1930s, Edward Weston captured some of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century.