Opened to the public in 1910, McKim, Mead & White's Pennsylvania Station gave the traveller, visitor, and commuter alike an experience of grandeur never before seen in the United States. With its dramatic vaulted glass ceiling over its expansive main concourse, Pennsylvania Station was a monument not only to train travel but an architectural icon of New York City and one of the grandest public buildings of the 20th century.
This major work presents a remarkable sequence of photo-stories from pioneering photo agency VII, documenting world history as we have experienced it since the end of the Cold War. The 11 extraordinarily talented photographers who make up this agency work at the cutting edge of digital photojournalism, committed to recording social and cultural change as it happens around the world.
Rebuild is a collection of work by students from Tufts University, New York University, and Kosovo, who participated in a week-long journalism workshop in Kosovo in 2005. With guidance by Mort Rosenblum and Gary Knight, twelve students worked in tandem as photographers and writers to document the complex issues facing a country coping with the repercussions of war.
reGeneration 2 Nathalie Herschdorfer
Aperture Foundation, Inc.
Member Price: $35.96
Limited Stock: 1
Following the success of 2005's groundbreaking book and exhibition reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow 2005-2025, reGeneration 2: Tomorrow's Photographers Today turns the spotlight yet again on the next generation of photography's potential stars.
Robert Rauschenberg's engagement with photography began in the late 1940s under the tutelage of Hazel Larsen Archer at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. This exposure (or experience) was so great that for a time Rauschenberg was unsure whether to pursue painting or photography as a career.