Feature Articles

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Jim Vecchi :: INTO THE LIGHT

For the past 30 years, Jim Vecchi’s camera has helped him turn his gaze inward. “My artworks are a reflection of my ongoing search for meaning,” he says. “I rely on beauty and the act of seeing to explore, question and reinterpret the way that we perceive the world.” Vecchi’s photographs offer a way in. It’s as [...]

By |September 15th, 2011|

Larry Yust :: Photographic Elevations

Larry Yust calls his composite images photographic elevations, a term that he says, “I invented, as far as I know.” Photographic elevations reference architectural elevations, which show how walls would appear if you could look anywhere at a building straight on. Elevations are drawn without perspective. Yust describes his photographic elevations as views which are not possible in nature [...]

By |May 15th, 2011|

The Intimate Eye: Nicholas Nixon’s Family Photographs

Among the most compelling of Nicholas Nixon’s photographic series are the portraits of his close-knit family. Taken over four decades, these photographs explore long-committed relationships, the passage of time and enduring family connections. Nicholas Nixon: Family Album, on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) through May 1, 2011, features more than 70 blackand- white portraits by one of the most celebrated American photographers of his generation.

By |February 1st, 2011|

Maggie Steber – Wild Horse Running Across the Plain

I first met Maggie Steber in the 1980s at the Maine Photo Workshops. Passion and motivation are the secrets of her success in making photographs for magazines and newspapers around the world. All the big names are on the list: LIFE, The New Yorker, The New York Times...

By |September 1st, 2010|

Candacy Taylor

Feature: Candacy Taylor To bring light to slices of American life with her projects, Taylor turned herself into a photographer.

By |May 1st, 2010|