I believe that I can speak most convincingly of what I have known the longest if perhaps not the best, I have derived from seemingly everyday aspects of an outwardly quiet and undramatic life an endless and rich source of photographic challenge, and I am tempted to believe that the results resonate beyond the specific and personal and speak for other lives as well.
As part of a long-term project on Israel and Palestine, Paolo Pellegrin covered the planned evacuation of Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank in August 2005.
Leaving the Ivory Tower
Werner Bischof: Life and Work
Compelled by the horrors of World War II to leave his successful career as a studio photographer, Werner Bischof became an important humanitarian force in photojournalism before being killed at the early age of 38.
Book of the Week: Sightwalk
Gueorgui Pinkhassov is a different kind of street photographer, one who transforms the fixed world around him into a swirling study of color and composition. Sightwalk is Pinkhassov's meditation on the overlooked and subtle beauty of Tokyo's bustling streets.