Keizo Kitajima’s photographs of New York during the 80s capture a rawness that we might not ever see againThe Japanese photographer has reached great acclaim for his urban shots of people across the globe. But his New York photos in particular – the gritty and allusive – have profound and lasting impact.Read more →
Tenmei Kanoh on his legendary series FUCK, a collection of psychedelic nudes shot at an orgy in the late-60sWhile visiting New York on a commission in 1969, the Japanese photographer was invited to an orgy at the studio of Yayoi Kusama – “I had no choice but to shoot!”Read more →
Caleb Stein, Down by the HudsonCaleb Stein’s monochrome collection of portraits is an “ode” to the small town of Poughkeepsie, that finds its resolution in the edenic summer atmosphere of the local swimming spot.Read more →
Chadwick Tyler, God's PeopleAn exploration of gritty America by the American photographer for Sixteen Journal Volume 4.Read more →
Anthony Blasko, Down the MississippiAnthony Blasko shoots Delta community story down in the US deep south.Read more →
A Record of Human ErosionHow far can one travel in a single pair of shoes? What lands might one cover and what kind of terrain? Soft grasses and pebbly gravel that cut divots into one’s soles?Read more →
Drew Vickers, New York Club KidsDrew Vickers shoots New York Club Kids at home story for Sixteen Journal Volume 4.Read more →
Anthony Blasko, Las VegasAnthony Blasko shoots Las Vegas forgotten community for Sixteen Volume 3.Read more →
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