Robert Delpire and Josef Koudelka. Prague. 1978.

Robert Delpire: A Life Devoted to Publishing Photography

His name may not sound familiar to the younger generation of photographers, but Robert Delpire was responsible for publishing some of the most influential photobooks of the 20th century. Born in Paris, in 1926, Delpire passed away on September 26, 2017 at the age of 91, after having dedicated 69 years of his prolific life Read more about Robert Delpire: A Life Devoted to Publishing Photography[…]

Image shot in Libya by ©Benjamin Lowy. Reportage by Getty Images

The reinvention of photography after iPhone

On 2017 iPhone is celebrating its 10th anniversary, time in which Apple Inc. has created 18 mobile phones, including the new ones on the list: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. 10 years have passed since Steve Jobs gave a remarkable speech to launch the first iPhone.“Today Apple is going to reinvent the Read more about The reinvention of photography after iPhone[…]

Waiting for the Bus, Byron, 1942

Impounded and suppressed: Dorothea Lange’s record of Japanese concentration camps in the US

On December 7th 2016 Tim Chambers, a Californian photographer and graphic designer, posted on his blog an article on about Dorothea Lange’s work on the imprisonment of Japanese-Americans in 1942, a historical event that derived from president Roosevelt’s executive order 9066 after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Already embarked on a fine art Read more about Impounded and suppressed: Dorothea Lange’s record of Japanese concentration camps in the US[…]