No. 102 April 2014 : Black & White : For Collectors of Fine Photography

Issue No. 102

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  1. Eugene Richards: Pictures on the Edge

    In a career spanning more than four decades, Eugene Richards has distinguished himself as one of the preeminent documentary photographers of his generation. In 16 published books and numerous photo-essays featured in such noted publications as Life, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine, TIME and National Geographic, Richards has chronicled the individual lives of everyday Americans with a deeply felt humanism and signature photographic style that is unique in the intimacy and intensity of its imagery.

  2. Rediscoveries : Vilem Kriz: Poet in Exile

    It’s hard enough to develop and maintain an original photographic vision, even in the most favorable circumstances. Imagine trying to do so in the face of the Nazi occupation of your country, enduring the subsequent hardships and horrors of WWII, coping with persistent poverty in the postwar era and, worst of all, undergoing exile from the homeland that nurtured your creativity and finding yourself a stranger in a strange land, one that greets your talent with indifference.

  3. Master Class : Mitch Dobrowner: Eye of the Storm

    It’s all in the mind
    Driving the night rain like nails
    Into the clouded desert
    Frozen with fear at the night wind
    If the lightning strikes I am dead
    If it doesn’t I will not live.
    —Minor White