Category: Photography

VII Photo Agency: New Work

In September 2001, seven photojournalists founded VII, a collectively owned photography agency that was specifically designed to become…

60 From The 60s: Selections From The George Eastman House

Part celebration, part reflection, 60s from the 60s: Selections from the George Eastman House, is a visually arresting…

Bill Diodato’s Care of Ward 81

The Hidden Beauty of Unknown Lives In Care of Ward 81, photographer Bill Diodato chronicles the downfall of…

The Sports Photography of Walter Iooss, Jr.

Part monograph, part travelogue, and part memoir, Sporting Life is an artistic diary combining photos, newspaper clippings, and handwritten…

Francois Robert And His Bones Of War

Francois Robert’s recent collection of photos use actual human bones to convey his stance on religion and…

The War Photography of James Nachtwey

In Graphis Magazine 294, writer Rita D. Jacobs profiled the great American photojournalist James Nachtwey. Nachtwey has…

Sean Kernan’s Prison Photography

A few years ago, photographer Sean Kernan was returning home from a disappointing photo shoot with carnival…

Robert Tardio Finds The Beauty In Everyday Objects

In Photo Annual 2008, Graphis presents a series of hardware shots taken by editorial and advertising photographer…

Pete Turner: African Journey

In African Journey, Pete Turner’s keen eye for color and composition brings a sense of poignancy to his…

The Photography of Andrew Zuckerman

In Graphis Photography Annual 2010, Andrew Zuckerman’s photograph of the late artist Andrew Wyeth is simultaneously simple…

Brent Stirton: Slaughter in the Jungle

In Graphis Photography Annual 2009, the platinum award-winning work by Brent Stirton stirred much emotion. On an…

Edward Steichen: “Lives in Photography”

As one of the most prolific and controversial names in photography, Edward Steichen’s body of work certainly weighs heavily…