Though Irving Penn made photographs with his printing process in mind, the most striking aspect of his oeuvre lies in his broad reinterpretation of commercial magazine work from decades earlier.
Howard Schatz spent the first half of his career helping others improve their vision as an ophthalmologist. When he picked up photography, he felt freer to explore things he never saw before.
James Franco, Cindy Sherman, and a sculpture named Linda at SoHo’s Costume National.
On my experience during Fashion’s Night Out in New York City, 2009.