Photo Spotlight

Gilbert Garcin’s Mister G.

Gilbert Garcin is one of the rare artists who is a director, photographer, and stage designer all at once. Just like an orchestra chef, he is involved in each step of his craft.

Christopher Broadbent, Ranunculus H, 2020, Archival Pigment Photograph

Suspended in Time with Christopher Broadbent

Christopher Broadbent is photographer whose still life work melts boundaries between photography and painting. Inspired by 17th and 18th century Renaissance paintings of natura morta, Broadbent presents poetic, silent images that investigate moments of intimate and temporal suspension.

Rodney Smith, Man and Woman behind Surfboard, Charleston, SC, 2000

Rodney Smith – A World Beyond Reach

The magic of the photographic medium truly comes alive when the photographer lets the viewer into his imagined world. One of the few names who balance the act of storytelling and technical perfection is no other than Rodney Smith, whose highly successful career has lasted more than 45 years.

Norman Parkinson, Three Little Black Dresses, 1961, Silver Gelatin Photograph

Norman Parkinson

Norman Parkinson is one of the very few names in the history of 20th century photography whose career never stopped adapting to the times.

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.