13 New York Street Photographers Profiled in “Everybody Street”

We speak with director Cheryl Dunn about her documentary

Directed by Cheryl Dunn, the fascinating documentary “Everybody Street” follows 13 iconic NYC photographers including Martha Cooper, Jill Freedman, Mary Ellen Mark, Jamel Shabazz, Ricky Powell and Boogie. The film explores the allure, danger and pleasure of street photography in an arresting way—all helmed by Dunn’s vision and curiosity. Evident is the beauty and joy of capturing un-staged and unrepeatable split-seconds of action, something rather …

Maboneng Precinct

The arts gentrification of a Johannesburg neighborhood

Named World Design Capital 2014, and host to the influential annual Design Indaba conference, Cape Town has left Johannesburg out of the spotlight. Most recently Adidas and Michel Gondry have both made their mark in “Jo’burg” with projects that may just change common notions of what some believe to be South Africa’s most promising city. Johannesburg’s Maboneng neighborhood, sometimes called “The place of lights,” has …

Christian Witkin

Peeling back the layers for a portrait of human truth

by Katharina Galla The portrait photographer Christian Witkin is best known for his advertising and editorial work for major publications like New York Times Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue and many more. Entering what he calls “the second half of this life”, he is now shifting his professional career to return to his roots in fine art, the foundation of his personal photographic work. “I’ve been …