Topic: Black & White Photography

Koto Bolofo
Photo Essay

Robben Island: Nelson Mandela’s Prison Home

Koto Bolofo’s photographic study of the Robben Island prison that once held Nelson Mandela.

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Sebastião Salgado—Amazonas/Contact Press Images
Out There

In the Beginnings: Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis

The legendary Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado spent much of the past nine years trekking to the last wild places on earth to take the pictures collected in his new photography book, Genesis.

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Steven Rubin
Out There

Vacationland: Rural Maine Chronicled in the Photography of Steven Rubin

Steven Rubin hitched a ride in 1982 to rural Somerset County in northwestern Maine and embarked on a project that would continue for more than 30 years and is on display at drkrm in Los Angeles from April 28 through May 26.

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LCpl. Sharon D. Kyle—U.S. Marine Corp
Out There

2011 Military Photographer of the Year

Beginning in 1960 the best men and women in uniform have competed to be the Military Photographer of the Year. Here are this year’s winners.

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Sofía López Mañán
Out There

The Search for the Best New Black-and-White Photographers

An exclusive look at MONO, a new publication on the hunt for the most exciting black and white photographers in the world. LightBox looks at this year’s winners, along with the curators’ selection of more established artists.

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Christer Strömholm—Agence VU—Aurora Photos
Out There

Sleepless Nights in Paris’ Red Light District

Photographer Christer Strömholm documents the nightlife of Pigalle’s transsexual prostitutes in the republishing of his 1986 book, Les Amies de Place Blanche.

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Dan Giannopoulos
In Progress

The Orphaned Elderly of Kathmandu

Photographer Dan Giannopoulos documents the desperate conditions of the forsaken people living in the shadow of one of Nepal’s holiest sites.

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Olivia Bee
Profile

Smells Like Teen Spirit: Tavi Gevinson Interviews Olivia Bee

Despite being only 17-years-old, Olivia Bee has already attracted top clients with her intimate and poetic vision of teenage life. TIME asked 15-year-old fashion blogging phenomenon Tavi Gevinson to interview her about her life and art.

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Robert Capa © International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos
Out There

Tales of The Mexican Suitcase

A new documentary about the lost negatives of Robert Capa, a pioneer in war photography, sheds light on Spain’s forgotten past.

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Rodrigo Abd—AP
Man on the Wire

Rodrigo Abd and Guatemala’s Indigenous Beauty Queens

Associated Press photographer Rodrigo Abd recently traveled to Coban, Guatemala to document the women competing to become this year’s National Indigenous Queen of Guatemala.

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