Tag: photographer

David Allen’s ‘Ghost Light’ photos illuminate Bay Area actors

For his exhibit “Ghost Light,” performing arts photographer David Allen went old-school: He shot the 20 images of local professional…

9 months ago

Colombia defies stereotypes in Matt O’Brien’s photographs

Long portrayed in the media and popular entertainment as a land of drug trafficking, violence and other woes, Colombia is…

2 years ago

Photographer Anthony Hernandez gets his due at SFMOMA

Anthony Hernandez, who brought the landscape of Los Angeles, especially its poor and working-class areas, to street photography, has long…

2 years ago

Train travelers on personal journeys in McNair Evans’ photos

McNair Evans photographs people and landscapes affected by modernization, both realistically and poetically capturing stories of hardship and hope. For…

3 years ago

Vishniac photos depict pre-WWII Jews, and more

For decades, Roman Vishniac was recognized mainly for photographs he took of Eastern European Jewish life not long before the…

3 years ago

Edward Burtynsky photos serve as environmental warning

Edward Burtynsky isn’t your typical nature photographer: His works, often beautiful, also are arresting, functioning as a warning for humans…

3 years ago

Pride illuminated in Roger Erickson’s ‘OUTspoken’ photos

Photographer Roger Erickson calls the characters he captured in his new show “people who have made a difference.” “OUTspoken: Portraits…

3 years ago

Dynamic scenes of New York

Although similarities exist between Elliott Erwitt’s style and that of Walker Evans or Imogen Cunningham, Erwitt’s images on view at…

9 years ago