Topic: Street Photography

Khalik Allah
Profile

Meet Harlem’s ‘Official’ Street Photographer

Khalik Allah has been making photographs on the corner of 125th and Lexington in Harlem, New York, for the past two years. TIME follows him

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Stacey Baker, LightBox Follow Friday
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Street Scenes and ‘Citilegs’ with Stacey Baker

Stacey Baker, an Associate Editor at the New York Times Magazine, has an Instagram feed full of ladies legs, which she photographs on the streets of New York City in what she calls an “impromptu creative exchange”

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Enrico Natali
Out There

Defying Expectations: An Alternative (and Peaceful) Look at 1968 Detroit

Today, Detroit is an exotic and extreme place whose grassy fields and acres upon acres of concrete ruins evoke horror and shame even from those who live there, writes Laura Berman of the Detroit News. But what Enrico Natali’s photographs from the late 60s capture is normality: a Detroit that’s neither urban outlier nor crucible of failure.

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Richard Koci Hernandez—@koci_glass
Toolbox

Theater of the Streets, Shot On Google Glass

LightBox presents an interview with Richard Koci Hernandez, one of the first professional photographers to embark on an extended exploration of the streets with Google Glass, about his noir-styled pictures and the future of the form.

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Lexington Avenue, July 2005
Profile

New Eyes on Familiar Streets: Todd Gross in New York City

Never having worked before as a professional photographer, the Queens-native wanders the streets of New York City capturing the humor and darkness that coexists on every block.

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Garry Winogrand / © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
Out There

An American Epic: The Work of Garry Winogrand

A new exhibition at SFMOMA presents a retrospective look at Garry Winogrand’s most iconic and rare photographs.

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Joel Meyerowitz — Taking My Time
Out There

Taking His Time: A Look Back at 50 Years of Joel Meyerowitz’s Photographs

In honor of the 50th anniversary of when he first took up a camera, photographer Joel Meyerowitz has compiled hundreds of his favorite images for a new two-volume collection.

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Dawoud Bey
Out There

Harlem Revisited: A New Look at Dawoud Bey’s New York Portraits

Present-day Chicago is not Harlem in 1979. Present-day Harlem isn’t even Harlem in 1979. But at the Art Institute of Chicago’s new exhibition Dawoud Bey: Harlem USA, some things have stayed the same.

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Arthur Tress
Out There

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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Richard Sandler
Profile

Richard Sandler’s 80s: When Greed was Good

New York City street photographer Richard Sandler was handed a Leica in 1977—it all changed from there. His photographs of New York City tapped directly into the pulse of the 80s.

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