Martin Molin, founder of the Swedish band Wintergaten, spent 14 months building a programmable marble machine that would play a song.
Manila is known to most for the poverty, corruption and violence that emanates throughout the capitol city. For Utah and Ether however, it is known for only one thing; the metro system.
I received an email from a man claiming to be the subject of the original photo months later, after the wall had been published in a magazine.
In essence 2,3 is a massive pop-up book, but taken to a whole new level, the pages of each book are incredible geometric sculptures.
After weeks of speculation, Radiohead release "Burn the Witch" to some amazing stop-motion visuals and some things burning.
In each of his three photo series, "Vale," "The Moor," and "The White Wale," British photographer Robert Darch shows masterful command of light and a propensity for precise composition.
Light-art photographer and painting artist Darren Pearson has transformed the way we look at photography and light exposure. And now, he is trying his process out with his iPhone.
“Homes at Night” by Todd Hido is an eery photo series depicting nightlife in an unexpected way.
Jonathan Smith’s "Streams" delves into the stark contrast which is created by the natural world around us.
Robert Klein Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of color photographs by Horst P. Horst (1906 - 1999).
Henry Gorse's Un-retouched Portraits
Jérôme Licht’s journalistic photography depicts the life of a modern-day Jack Kerouac.
Meltem Işık’s Portraits Examine Distorted Body Image
Maciek Jasik’s Photography Aims to Reintroduce the Mystical into Our Food
The Beauty of Analog Film Portraits
Over the course of 30 years, Peter Hujar embraced an ambitious range of subject matter—from studio work to street photography to landscapes.
Galerie des Galeries is currently exhibiting photographer Alex Prager for her first solo exhibition in France through January 23rd, 2016.