Motohide Takami’s images locate the exact distance at which you can contemplate tragedy yet remain untouched by its damage.
Singh did justice to the most layered and dense figurations of his Indian homeland.
Like many accomplished photojournalists, James Hill’s work exists in a blurred space between reportage and fine art.
The work of Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar shows a striking mix of vibrant colors and stark architectural geometry.
Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen’s underknown, trailblazing series 122 Color Photographs is currently receiving its first solo show in New York, courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery.