Dr. Paul Koudounaris shares his thoughts about the new book “Heavenly Bodies: Cult Treasures & Spectacular Saints from the Catacombs,” just in time for Day of the Dead.
Carli Davidson’s still photographs of dogs shaking is a surreal and hilarious take on what’s an otherwise everyday action in the dog world.
When it comes to gay culture, the term “cruising” doesn’t mean taking a leisurely boat trip, exotic sea voyage, or oceanic journey. It means something quite different.
Gorgeous pictures and intriguing propositions.
Peter Fetterman Gallery in Los Angeles is one of our favorite photography galleries, and it’s got a bunch of swell pictures by master photographer Eve Arnold.
Insane asylums (or whatever you call them nowadays) are generally serious, often sad, and historically terrifying places to be. In 1995, New York’s Willard Asylum shuttered its doors, leaving behind a sizable collection of suitcases — all belonging to patients who lived there from the 1910 through the 1960s.
What started as a one-off photo to entertain his family and friends became an opportunity for father Dave Engledow. Wanting to creatively document raising his daughter Alice Bee, Engledow created a picture of himself wearily using her bottle of milk in his coffee. As one fan led to another, Engledow’s creativity grew until he finally […]
Bruce Davidson, “Brooklyn Gang, (girl’s reflection in cigarette machine),” 1959 Photo courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery
Somewhere in this artwork is a “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit” joke, only with a feline twist. We’re too busy staring at these pics in awe though to come up with anything.
A young photographer coming of age in the San Fernando Valley, Brad Elterman would borrow his parents’ car to drive over the hill into Hollywood, where he captured 1970s rock history in the making.