Lauren Greenfield wins Art Directors Club award. Plus: Kathy Ryan on photographing for the NYT Magazine.

We’re thrilled to announce that Lauren Greenfield has won a Gold award for photography in this year’s Art Directors Club Awards. Lauren was honored for her “Fashion Show” work for New York magazine. (See “Lauren Greenfield on shooting spring fashion for New York magazine.”) Congratulations, Lauren! . . The ADC Awards gala is coming soon—May […]

“Inner Condition,” a new body of work by Nadav Kander, to go on view in Europe

. Two major exhibitions of Nadav Kander‘s work are opening this weekend in Europe, while another is opening in Israel. In Spain, the Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia in Almeria is hosting a show curated by Tamar Amon and Eli Zagury that will feature portraits taken between 1998 and 2010 alongside portraits from the “Obama’s […]

Uwe Duettmann, “globe-trotting assignments,” and the importance of having your own style

PDN chose a photo by our own Uwe Duettmann for its November cover story, which takes readers “Behind the Scenes on Globe-Trotting Assignments.” Uwe—who, as the magazine points out, is “one of Germany’s top advertising photographers”—shot the image below while in Hong Kong on an assignment for Zurich Insurance. . . In fact, the 12-ad […]

Nadav Kander in PDN’s Photo Annual 2010

. The Photo Annual edition of PDN came out this month, showcasing work in nine categories—including photos by Nadav Kander, whose “Obama’s People” portraits was awarded a Gold Medal from the Society of Publication Designers for Photography in the Non-Celebrity Profile Story category at the SPD Gala earlier this month. . . In the intro […]

Lauren Greenfield and Nadav Kander selected for American Photography 26

More than 8,000 images were submitted to American Photography for its book American Photography 26, but only 314 made the cut—including work by Lauren Greenfield and Nadav Kander. Their photos from the book, which will be published this fall, are below. To see a slideshow of all the images chosen for American Photography 26, click […]

It happened last week…featuring Nino Munoz, Nadav Kander, Kwaku Alston, Roxanne Lowit, Vincent Laforet, and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

. Last week was a vacation week for me but a bustling time for Stockland Martel’s photographers. Herewith, some highlights: . . The Huffington Post created a gallery of the entire military-themed Gisele Bundchen fashion story that Nino Munoz shot for Vogue and invited readers to “let us know which is Gisele’s fiercest moment.”   […]

Opening-night photos: Nadav Kander exhibitions in Berlin

Last week, Bill and Maureen went to Berlin for the opening of two exhibitions of Nadav’s work, at the Camera Work gallery and at Museum the Kennedys (the latter displayed “Obama’s People” with Richard Avedon’s “The Family”). . “For many years, Kander’s photographs have been an integral part of distinguished collections such as those of […]

Nadav Kander and Richard Avedon exhibition in Berlin

The Camera Work photo gallery, located in Berlin and named after Alfred Stieglitz’s pioneering magazine, represents work by some of the world’s most iconic photographers—Man Ray, Irving Penn, and Diane Arbus, among them. So we’re thrilled to report that on March 20, the gallery will present an exhibition featuring photographs by our own Nadav Kander. […]

Nadav Kander honored by Germany’s prestigious Lead Awards

. Nadav’s portrait portfolio “Obama’s People,” commissioned by Kathy Ryan for The New York Times Magazine and later published in Stern, has been awarded a commendation in the Portrait of the Year category in Germany’s Lead Awards. He is one of nine photographers to be selected for the Portrait shortlist; at a ceremony on March […]

Congratulations to our SPD awards finalists: Nadav Kander and Nino Muñoz

The Society of Publication Designers has announced the medal finalists for its 45th Annual Magazine Design Competition, and we’re beyond pleased to report that four of our photographers have made this prestigious list: Nadav Kander, for “Obama’s People,” shot for the January 18, 2009, issue of The New York Times Magazine: . . And Nino […]