Category Archives: news & commentary

Art Streiber wins in three categories in this year’s APA Awards

In the 2017 APA Awards, Art Streiber was honored in three categories: advertising, for his publicity portraits of Rob Lowe and Bill Nye; editorial, for his portrait of Michelle Williams; and series, for three of the portraits he shot for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” cover story. This year’s judges were Laurie Kratochvil, photo director/editor, visual […]

This Sunday at Photoville: Doug Menuez discusses the impact and importance of long-term projects

Photoville, the immensely popular photo festival that takes over a huge hunk of Brooklyn Bridge Park and DUMBO each September, kicked off this past Wednesday and features a dynamic variety of exhibitions and events. On Sunday, Doug Menuez will be interviewed onstage at St. Ann’s Warehouse about the impact and importance of long-term projects. He […]

House & Garden publishes a sneak preview of Melanie Acevedo’s gorgeous new book, “The Authentics”

  Learn more about The Authentics, to be published by Clarkson Potter on October 24, here. Preorder your copy here.

“Generation Wealth,” Lauren Greenfield’s acclaimed career-spanning exhibition, opens September 20 at ICP in New York City

Fresh off a successful run at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, Lauren Greenfield‘s “Generation Wealth” will open September 20 at ICP in New York City and will remain on view through January 7. For details, museum hours, and ticket information, please click here. To explore “Generation Wealth,” visit  

“Fearless Genius: The Next Generation,” featuring Doug Menuez’s portraits of the next generation of tech innovators, on view at the Leica Gallery in L.A. through Oct. 1

We’re pleased to announce that Leica Gallery in Los Angeles has mounted an exhibition of Doug Menuez’s portraits of the next generation of technology innovators and entrepreneurs. The images in “Fearless Genius: The Next Generation,” which is on view through October 1, are primarily from a recent hackathon in which college students competed over a […]

RSVP for A Walk on Water’s fundraising event on Sept. 9 in Montauk

For the third year running, A Walk on Water will be at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk, NY, to host a big two-day surf therapy event 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday and Sunday, September 8 and 9, for special-needs kids and their families. The event is sponsored by John Paul Mitchell Systems and […]

The New York Times’ travel section interviews Jimmy Chin about how to take memorable photos when you’re on vacation

Rebel Films signs photographer Steven Lippman for directing projects

We’re pleased to announce that Steven Lippman has been signed to Rebel Films, which will now represent the multitalented photographer/director for directing projects. “Steven’s motion work has a simplicity and beauty, coupled with a clear message,” says Mary Babouchian, president and executive producer of the L.A.-based production company. “He is a standout talent.” Rebel will […]

Read The New Yorker’s rave review of Lauren Greenfield’s career-spanning monograph, “Generation Wealth”

Here’s an excerpt from Rebecca Mead’s insightful, laudatory review: Greenfield’s interest is often in the limits of what can be bought and sold, and the psychological costs of materialist acquisition. A series of portraits, taken over a decade, of Suzanne, a successful hedge-fund executive, first show her at age thirty-seven, a Louis Vuitton purse on […]

Five minutes with Melanie Acevedo, courtesy of La Dolce Vita

The buzz is already building for Melanie Acevedo‘s forthcoming coffee-table book, The Authentics, a gorgeous tome that features her photographs of iconoclastic tastemakers—Christian Louboutin, Kelly Wearstler, Miles Redd, and many more—at home. La Dolce Vita blog recently interviewed Mel about everything from her personal style (“If you mean my style of dressing, I would have […]