Nadav Kander on photographing Julian Assange for The New Yorker

  From “Behind the Portrait: Julian Assange”: “The more I pare it down, the more you really see the condition of people,” Kander says, when describing his approach. His portraits rarely include environmental context—he aims to make pictures that focus on a person’s corporeal structure, his skin and bones. He’s interested in the physical facts […]

Nadav Kander photographs London mayor Sadiq Khan for The New Yorker

  Read the article: “Sadiq Khan Takes On Brexit and Terror”  

Tobias Hutzler photographs “Meridian (Gold),” a dazzling sculpture by artist Mika Tajima installed in Long Island City, New York

With Meridian (Gold), artist Mika Tajima has created a remarkable sculpture that—as The New Yorker points out—looks like a hot tub with light-filled mist erupting from it. “The mist changes color based on the fluctuating value of gold,” the magazines explains. “Computerized lights are fed data, in real time, from global markets.” The New Yorker […]

The New Yorker selects Nadav Kander’s photo of “A View From the Bridge” director Ivo van Hove as one of its “Favorite Portraits of 2015”

Nadav Kander photographs Belgian director Ivo van Hove for The New Yorker

Tobias Hutzler photographs artist Stanley Whitney’s thrilling abstract painting “My Name Is Peaches” at the Studio Museum in Harlem for The New Yorker

  Read “Shapes and Colors,” by Peter Schjeldahl, here.  

The New Yorker features Jimmy Chin and his filmmaker wife, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, in “Talk of the Town”

Tobias Hutzler photographs the perspective-bending installations of Danish artist Jeppe Hein for The New Yorker

For its June 22 issue, The New Yorker asked Tobias Hutzler to capture the experience of interacting with two public art installations by Jeppe Hein at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Below is the photo that appears in the magazine, plus a series of Tobias’ favorite images from the shoot.

The New Yorker sends Tobias Hutzler out into the streets to capture New York at night

The New Yorker recently asked Tobias Hutzler to shoot dynamic images of various New York City neighborhoods, from Chelsea to Midtown and the East Village. Below are some of his favorite photos from the assignment, one of which was used online as the introductory image for The New Yorker’s collaboration with radio station WNYC.  

Nadav Kander photographs Ronnie O’Sullivan, “The Unhappy King of Snooker,” for The New Yorker

  Read the article, “The Unhappy King of Snooker,” here.