In advance of today's running of the Kentucky Derby, Neil Latham's incredible photographs of racehorses from his book “American Thoroughbred.” The Steven Kasher Gallery will have these on display starting June 9 through July 30.
A little behind the scenes on a recent article on Penn Station.
“The passing of Penn Station is more than the end of a landmark. It makes the priority of real estate values over preservation conclusively clear. It confirms the demise of an age of opulent elegance, of conspicuous, magnificent spaces, rich and enduring materials, the monumental civic gesture, and extravagant expenditure for aesthetic ends.” #photography
“Whenever my mother and I would talk about photography, we’d always have similar thoughts and a similar eye. That became the premise of the show.” In case you missed these photographs by Mary McCartney and her mother Linda. #photography
Tennyson called her “a dreadful woman” and Carlyle said posing for her was like entering an inferno. But Julia Margaret Cameron’s photographs of such writers — Tennyson dreamy-eyed, unworldly and unkempt; Carlyle’s severe features hewn in a powerful