A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs features Nathan Benn’s early 1980s photographs of dreams and debauchery in the Sunshine State.
Photographer Peter Steinhauer spent two decades photographing the traditional bamboo scaffolding that endures in Hong Kong.
Dave Jordano’s new book collects more than 100 of his startling, brilliant nighttime photographs of his hometown.
Andrew Garn’s book of photographs invites readers to see pigeons as friendly, feathered neighbors rather than pesky foe.
Kathy Shorr’s photography book helps to de-normalize what has become painfully normal
Steven Hirsch’s photographs capture unexpected beauty in one of America’s most polluted waterways.
Tom Blachford’s photographs in Midnight Modern were taken between midnight and 5am in Palm Springs, illuminated only by the moon.
From 1977 to 2001, Richard Sandler photographed startling juxtapositions between the grit and glamour of New York City and Boston.
Thomas Roma’s shadow portraits of dogs touch on something deeper than just the cuteness of frolicking pets.
Months after Bowie’s death at age 69, many never-before-published images of him are now compiled in Bowie: Photographs by Steve Schapiro (powerHouse), including photos from tours in 1976 and 1986.
The distinctly Floridian tradition of swamp buggy racing is like a messier version of NASCAR.
While on a solo road trip from California to Texas in 2007, Austin-based photographer Ryann Ford became enamored with the quirky designs of the rest stops along Route 66.