The Vanities is an unembellished study of Hollywood's illustrious post-Oscar party hosted yearly by Vanity Fair. Fink curiously unravels the human psyche in honest rather than manufactured moments, making The Vanities a truly compelling and at times sardonic look into this exclusive world of the Hollywood elite.
Whether shooting through the interior frame of a Humvee or gazing through eerie green military-issue night goggles, Lowy captures Iraq in a truly unique, candid and at times heart-pounding manner. This brilliant perspective allows us to view the theater of wartime Iraq in a genuine, unflinching manner.
Salt & Truth is a powerful, untainted and empathetic exploration of the people and land of Appalachia, which is rarely disclosed to outsiders. These remarkable images continue to resonate long after the book has been closed.
An enchanting series of photographs that focuses on two elderly bachelor brothers and their untarnished, vanishing way of life. Often touching and at times humorous, it progresses much like a timeless ballad, tenderly honoring these two endearing men.
Bruce Haley's insightful and powerful exploration of the former USSR and other iron curtain countries may initially seem apocalyptic on the surface. But as pages are turned and one looks deeper, these harsh, solitary images provide a profound message of hope in the enduring human spirit. This is a truly outstanding book in every way.
If the best things come in small packages, Ken Rosenthal's much anticipated and long overdue catalog fits the bill. This soft cover gem includes fourteen of Rosenthal's most well known works, all of which create a haunting world full of mystery and wonder.
Compelling, powerful, vibrant and breathtaking. This ambitious retrospective examines misfortune in the world in an intimate, honest, raw and at times quietly ironic and humorous manner.
Susan Burnstine is an award winning fine art and commercial photographer originally from Chicago and now based in Los Angeles. Burnstine is represented in galleries across the United States, widely published throughout the world and has written for several photography magazines, including a monthly column for Black and White Photography Magazine (UK).