Visualizing change over time can be incredibly difficult. Which is why in a new Phaidon book entitled Evolution: A Visual Record, Robert Clark’s vivid and compelling photographs serve as an ode to Charles Darwin’s scientific breakthrough.
Beginning with text by David Quammen and Joseph Wallace about Darwin’s The Origin of Species, it is filled with photographs and facts about evolution, some of them startling.
Photographer Christopher Anderson prepared for every possible scenario for his cover shoot with the commander in chief. The post What It's Like to Photograph the President (Hint: Be Quick) appeared first on WIRED.
In Darwin's Camera: Art and Photography in the Theory of Evolution, curator Phillip Prodger tells how Darwin changed how images are made
LONDON.- Idea Generation Gallery presents the first ever full retrospective of Brian Duffy - a man who changed the face of British photography. The first ever full-career retrospective of the legendary British photographer Brian Duf...
The National Endowment for the Arts announced the appointment of Wendy Clark as director of Museums, Visual Arts, and Indemnity. Clark has served as acting director of Museums, Visual Arts, and Indemnity since November 2012 and will...