Photo Spotlight

A Year in Passing: Those Who We Will Miss

A photographer’s legacy, as evidenced by their work, can become timeless. By creating unforgettable images that become part of our everyday culture, these photographers help inform and define how we see the world.

John Dugdale: The Mind’s Eye

John Dugdale is an instinctive, spiritual artist. Considered one of the New York masters of photography, his images refer to the close and

Ion Zupcu, June 8, 2019, Études on Glass, 2019, Archival Pigment Photograph

Ion Zupcu’s Études on Glass

Photography, as it is traditionally exercised, is expected to deliver what we see in front of our eyes, with its raw, truthful reality. The abstracting of photography is one of the later and less common practices of the medium. Ion Zupcu, however, is committed to making photographs that walk the knife’s edge between abstraction and figuration.

Lawrence Schiller, Marilyn Monroe, 1962, Silver Gelatin Photograph

The Iconic Life and Smile of Marilyn Monroe, 60 Years Later

One unforgettable name that has remained iconic for decades is that of Marilyn Monroe. Monroe became a household name and one of the most recognizable faces worldwide, representing the ultimate platinum bombshell, oozing sensuality, a mysterious aura, strength, and vulnerability at a time in history when cinema was at its peak of influence.

Michael Eastman, Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo, CA, 2006

Michael Eastman: Vanishing America

Photographer Michael Eastman, renowned for his striking architectural photography, as he calls it, “portraits of the inhabitants of the space even though they are not actually present,” has taken the cause to capture these incredible edifices teeming with American identity.