Topic: black and white photography

Stephen Shore at Andy Warhol's Factory
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Stephen Shore: Defacto Photographer of Andy Warhol’s Factory

A rare look inside Andy Warhol’s Factory, shot by an 18-year-old Stephen Shore, whose exposure to the legendary pop artist would inform his own career as a legendary photographer

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Pari Dukovic
Photo Essay

Inside the World of Turkish Oil Wrestling

Turkish photographer Pari Dukovic photographed the sport of yağlı güreş, or oil wrestling. The sport is at the heart of Kırkpınar, a festival in the Turkish city of Edirne which is soon celebrating its 651st anniversary.

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Lightbox Daido Moriyama
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Daido Moriyama And the Cultural Landscape of Post-War Japan

Daido Moriyama, who is featured in a new exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, arrived in Tokyo in 1961 and began photographing the seedy streets of Shinjuku.

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Arthur Tress
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California Dreaming In 1964: Arthur Tress’ San Francisco

Arthur Tress’ witty and absurdist street photography captures 1960s-era San Francisco as a place caught between Left and Right, old and new, real and surreal. The work is on view at the Fisher Family Gallery of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco from March 3 to June 3.

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Matt Wisniewski
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Dreamscapes: Matt Wisniewski’s Digital Collages

Matt Wisniewski’s photo collages combine vintage and contemporary photography to make beautiful and surreal portraits.

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Leon Borensztein
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Leon Borensztein’s ‘American Portraits’

Leon Borensztein’s fierce and humane portraits, taken in working class American homes, are the subject of a new book published by Nazraeli Press.

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Royal Horse Artillery—©Archive of Modern Conflict
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Amc²: A Compilation of History’s Lost Cultures

A new journal seeks to coalesce “different groups of work that illuminate lost corners of our cultural life.”

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© Elliott Erwitt—Magnum
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Elliott Erwitt: Sequentially Yours

The photographer speaks exclusively to TIME about his new book, which presents a series of vignettes that play out like silent movies—touching, funny, sad, irreverent and full of surprise.

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