A collection of portraits capturing 30 intercultural Montreal couples in sweet, personal moments.
Jean-François Nadeau’s black and white photography book chronicles the human face of Montreal from the mid-19th century until 1976.
In new photography collection, Wade Davis: Photographs author, anthropologist, and former National Geographic explorer-in-residence Wade Davis has selected 140 photographs from the thousands he has taken over the course of 15 years of travel across 80 nations, from Africa to the Arctic, the Columbian Amazon to the temples of Tibet.
A new photography collection elegantly captures the enduring spirit of cowboy culture—with a chapter dedicated to the struggling ranchers of the Canadian West.
On now until February 19 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, She Photographs encourages its audience to consider the role of contemporary photography from a female perspective.
Once dubbed the “Hustler with a Hasselblad,” American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe never played it safe behind a camera—or in front of it.
Celebrity photographer Douglas Kirkland is 81 years old, but he can still remember the details of his first major Hollywood assignment: photographing Marilyn Monroe.
Two rolls of film shot over two weeks around New Zealand’s South Island; a photo essay.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Beneath the farm houses in the tranquil French countryside exists a forgotten city—rooms and passages of narrow and twisting quarries where the stone is soft enough to carve with basic tools. These spaces were battlefield refuge for First World War soldiers and became home to countless sculptures, carvings, and artifacts as well.