How One Photographer & Her Partner Are…

We want to make life more beautiful. It’s a simple, declarative statement by Astrid Riecken, a photographer, and her partner, Samantha.

How One Photographer & Her Partner Are…

They miss the style of the mid-20th century, or earlier, and they are recreating its allure in photographs that photographer Astrid Riecken, posts to Instagram.


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An Island in the Bahamas Where Pigs Swim Free

“For more than 30 years, I have photographed animals. The constant in my photographs is the blurred line between human and animal; it is important to me to portray animals as having their own thoughts and distinct personalities, as equal to humans. I never use them as props.” – photographer, Robin Schwartz for The New York Times Magazine

An Island in the Bahamas Where Pigs Swim Free

New York Times Magazine, asked photographer, Robin Schwartz, what was her dream place to photograph, and she thought about the pigs that swim and their island, Big Major Cay.


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A Too-Perfect Picture

How do we know when a photographer caters to life and not to some previous prejudice? As Justice Potter Stewart said when pressed to define hard-core pornography in 1964, “I know it when I see it.” – Teju Cole for The New York Times Magazine

A Too-Perfect Picture

‘On Photography’ brilliant commentary by the insightful writer, photographer, and art historian, Teju Cole for The New York Times Magazine.


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