In spring 2024, Vivian Maier will get her first exhibition in the United States. The late street photographer rose to acclaim posthumously when her vast archive of images was discovered in a storage unit and made public, and now her vision of post-war America is coming to New York City thanks to Fotografiska.
Photographer Meryl Meisler‘s journey in street photography began in the early 1970s, when she started documenting suburban life on Long...
With its monthly photography contests, The Independent Photographer promotes talented photographers around the world.
Over the course of eight years, Swiss photographer Willy Spiller documented life on the New York City subway. From 1977 until 1984, Spiller amassed nearly 2,000 images of the subway. And in doing so, he was able to create a visual time capsule of this critical moment in the city's history. His collection, called Hell on Wheels, is a highly sought-after visual that shows the good and bad of the era.
Street photographer Anthimos Ntagkas is always on the lookout for an interesting scene.
For the past decade, photographer Suitcase Joe has been spending time at Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.
New York-based street photographer Billy Dinh has amassed a large and loyal Instagram following thanks to his talents. His dramatic, moody images heavily rely on light and shadow, which coupled with his ability to capture unique moments, make them look pulled from a film. Through Dinh's lens, we're able to watch the world unfold and peek into the small moments of life.
When Nicolas Miller moved to New York City several years ago, he was inspired to start his creative journey.
The night ushers in a new rainbow of colors.
Cats are comedians. They certainly don’t realize it, but as Japanese photographer Masayuki Oki shows, they are constantly doing things that make us laugh. Oki roams Tokyo and other city streets to look for kitties that are just being themselves, but they are doing so in a way that is funny to us humans. This includes dramatic fighting poses, weird facial expressions, and contorted positions as they groom themselves.
Discretion is part of street photography.
The street photography of Jamel Shabazz crystalized an important era of New York City and its boroughs.