With dedication and intensity, Thomas Walther, a visionary collector of photography, has been sorting through the seemingly superfluous vernacular photography of this century. Other Pictures is his selection of over Continue Reading
The early American style of home decor, as seen in this photograph, was prevalent in the 1960s and 70s.
In the Summer Time 1971. The effect of the Civil Rights Movement brought a renewed sense of identity to the African-American community, which also resulted in a redefinition of personal style that Continue Reading
If you notice the stucco walls on the houses in this photograph there is a good chance that this is a neighborhood in either Albuquerque or Santa Fe, New Mexico Continue Reading
Two couples from circa 1915 posing in an interestingly symmetrical way.
Since the inception of photography in the early nineteenth century, photographs have been made, used, collected, and discarded in greatly increasing numbers. Despite the photograph’s persistence in daily life, until Continue Reading
Are you fascinated by vintage snapshots? Do you look at old photographs and wonder about the stories they tell? Then Tattered and Lost: Vernacular Photographs should be of interest to you. The Continue Reading
BUY NOW: Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard The advent of the Kodak camera in 1888 made photography accessible to amateurs as well as to professionals. Artists were not Continue Reading