Hopefully you’re not too busy getting ready for the winter this weekend. Take a load off pour yourselfa cup of coffee and spend some time reading about what’s new and exciting going on around the world. We’ll talk about it on Monday. See ya!
Here are some feature films that we’ve always had a fondness for. Each features photography in some way. Sometimes, photography is a prominent element in the narrative, while in others it’s just secondary. But regardless of that, they are films that we have and won’t hesitate to watch again and again.
After the success of Delhi’s first major photography festival in 2011, which organizers say received over 100,000 visitors during 14 days of exhibitions, the second edition of the biennial photographic event opened last Friday.
A city under construction — and destruction — is currently on view at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. “Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris” is a collection of 19th-century photographs of one of the world’s most beloved cities as it transitioned from medieval architectural hodgepodge to what became the City of Light.
Goran Tomasevic is a veteran war photographer, covering conflict for over 20 years in countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Egypt and Syria (video).
New York creative agency Athletics and the Cooper Union’s Herb Lubalin Study Centre are launching an exhibition mapping New York’s graphic design community, inspired by urban planner Kevin Lynch’s 1960 study The Image of the City.