Concurrent shows at the International Center of Photography feature historical images of Japanese-American detention camps in the 1940s and Edmund Clark’s recent projects tracking the "War on Terror"? and?? ?covert anti-terrorism programs?. The post Photographs Trace US Government Abuses, from Manzanar to Guantánamo appeared first on Hyperallergic.
"The problem with war photography is that there is absolutely no way to do it from a distance. You have to be close."
These color photos of London, spanning from the dark days of the Blitz to the triumphant celebrations of VE Day, were taken in Dufaycolor, a little-known photography process. They give another perspective on the period between 1943 and...Show More Summary
War is Only Half the Story is a ten-year retrospective of the work of the groundbreaking documentary photography program, The Aftermath Project, which Sara Terry founded in 2008 to support post-conflict storytelling by some of the world's finest photographers. Show More Summary
With Star Wars: The Last Jedi dominating the movie news world, some of you may have let the fact that Justice League exists slip your minds. You member Justice League? I member. Recently the film was declared the most successful bomb of all time, and met with had mixed reviews, and left many fans wanting to see an […]
From the beginning, Benicio Del Toro's character in The Last Jedi has been mysterious. His casting in Episode VIII was announced in February 2016, days before the start of principal photography. Vague rumors circulated about the nature of his part, with trade publications like Variety reporting he might be a villain. Show More Summary
Thomas Bangsted shares how he reconstructs moments from the past with present-day photography. The post A Photographer Recreates Maritime Scenes from the World Wars appeared first on Hyperallergic.
No Man's Land: Women's Photography and the First World War at Impressions Gallery in the UK highlights women's perspectives of World War I. The post The Women Photographers of World War I appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Photography is older than you might think and color photography, too, is a surprisingly early technology, having first been demonstrated in the 1860s. Still, many of us see the pre-baby-boomer world in black-and-white, which makes these...Show More Summary
This fall The Ringling offers a timely examination of photography and video art created in response to the conflicts and uprisings that have erupted in the Middle East in the last 15 years. Aftermath: The Fallout of War?America and the Middle East, on view at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art from Oct. Show More Summary
Following a turbulent year that saw directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller unceremoniously part ways with Disney and Ron Howard take over as the new director, the standalone Han Solo movie finally wrapped principal photography this week. Show More Summary
Ron Howard delivers a video message as principal photography wraps The post Solo: The Han Solo Star Wars Story Gets a Title! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
ICP / International Center of Photography – A crewman signals another ship of an Allied convoy across the Atlantic; photograph by Robert Capa. More: American Masters; Robert Capa in Love and War 10/05/2017; tugboatgraffiti: My first view of Kirby’s newest ATB, the PAUL MCLERNAN as she returned to Caddells Dry Dock and Repair. Show More Summary
On September 1, BBC Brazil issued an extensive report revealing Eduardo Martins to have photoshopped images of war-torn countries and coopted the identity of a British surfer. The post Brazilian Surfer’s War Photography Revealed to Be Fake appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Photographer and Instagram user sgtbananau snaps some amazing action photos of Star Wars action figures that seem to come straight out of the big screen. Be sure to check some our favorites below! The rest of the artist’s collection can be viewed via his instagram profile. Show More Summary
Phillip Noyce, who has directed such films as The Bone Collector and Salt, is on board to helm World War II action thriller The Devil's Brigade, which will begin principal photography at the end of this year in France. The film tells the true story of how Davie Berman, the only Jewish member of the Luciano mob, is requested by the U.S. Show More Summary
SAAM's current photography exhibition Down These Mean Streets: Community and Place in Urban Photography, explores the post-World War II changes taking place in cities across the country through the eyes of ten photographers who documented these transformations.
When it comes to amazing miniature photography, Felix Hernández is the man. He often builds his models from scratch using available materials. Although he’s had some works inspired by famous movies (like Star Wars or Back to the Future), this time he was inspired by the feeling of deep solitude. Show More Summary
The Yale University Art Gallery announces the opening of Before the Event/After the Fact: Contemporary Perspectives on War, an exhibition that brings together a range of contemporary approaches to the visual representation of conflict. Show More Summary
The Russo Brothers are the real superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they must be so pooped. "Avengers: Infinity War" seems like it's been filming for infinity and beyond, but principal photography technically started in January, and it just finished. Show More Summary