Casco Viejo, Panama 
Alajandra Matiz, daughter of legendary Columbian photographer Leo Matiz, was recently in the process of digitizing her father’s immense photo archive when she found a sealed, yellowing envelope full of never-before-seen negatives, labeled “Mexico and Friends.”
One of the friends turned out to be Frida Kahlo.    

Casco Viejo, Panama 

Alajandra Matiz, daughter of legendary Columbian photographer Leo Matiz, was recently in the process of digitizing her father’s immense photo archive when she found a sealed, yellowing envelope full of never-before-seen negatives, labeled “Mexico and Friends.”

One of the friends turned out to be Frida Kahlo.    


Duchamp descending a staircase.

Duchamp descending a staircase.


"Love involves a peculiar unfathomable combination of understanding and misunderstanding." — Diane Arbus

"Love involves a peculiar unfathomable combination of understanding and misunderstanding." — Diane Arbus


Downtown Los Angeles

Photographs by Austrian-born LA filmmaker and photographer Matthias Königswieser, whose first solo exhibition, Chiaroscuro, is up now at Ace Hotel Downtown LA. 


New York City
There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless. —Simone de Beauvoir.
Broadway this past summer, in the eyes of photographer Patrick Romieu.

New York City

There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.
—Simone de Beauvoir.

Broadway this past summer, in the eyes of photographer Patrick Romieu.


London, UK
Last month we reported on London-based architectural photographer Andrew Meredith's adventures documenting the eerie vacancy of Hashima Island. Some of the captivating results of Andrew's trip hang this month in the gallery at Ace London. Opening reception is today, March 6, 7-9pm.

London, UK

Last month we reported on London-based architectural photographer Andrew Meredith's adventures documenting the eerie vacancy of Hashima Island. Some of the captivating results of Andrew's trip hang this month in the gallery at Ace London.

Opening reception is today, March 6, 7-9pm.


London, UK
A few weeks ago, New York based humanist photographer and filmmaker Cheryl Dunn came to London to present her latest documentary, Everybody Street — a homage to the lives and works of iconic street-photographers in NYC, from Bruce Davidson to Joel Meyerowitz, to Jill Freedman, to only name a few. We asked Cheryl to answer five questions about herself by picking images.
How do you see yourself?
I definitely see myself in motion, sort of weaving through crowds. I have a dance background and have a strong sense of physicality and this is always on my mind when I work and in life. I am very conscious of how I move through an environment and how I physically handle my tools that I use to shoot. With documentary practices, my aim is to be fluid and make things appear effortless as to not draw attention to myself so my subjects stay as natural as possible. A really unrealistic fantasy dream would be to be a Pina Bausch dancer. So here is a shot of one of her dancers that I took in Wuppertal, Germany. (above)
How do you see the others around you?

In a wider sense sometimes I see people as objects in a composition. And sometimes I put on headphones and go out and shoot street pictures and really study people and try to guess what they are thinking and get in their heads.
What was the last place you dreamt about?

It was definitely a fantasy world. Sexy with good music…
What you feel when you hear your favorite song/band?

Ha that dream… Sometimes I feel transported to a location and sometimes I think of a person I love or a visualization of the first time I heard that tune.
A secret power you would like to have?
              
To time travel to the past. I’m a little afraid of the future…
All photos by Cheryl Dunn.

London, UK

A few weeks ago, New York based humanist photographer and filmmaker Cheryl Dunn came to London to present her latest documentary, Everybody Street — a homage to the lives and works of iconic street-photographers in NYC, from Bruce Davidson to Joel Meyerowitz, to Jill Freedman, to only name a few. We asked Cheryl to answer five questions about herself by picking images.

How do you see yourself?

I definitely see myself in motion, sort of weaving through crowds. I have a dance background and have a strong sense of physicality and this is always on my mind when I work and in life. I am very conscious of how I move through an environment and how I physically handle my tools that I use to shoot. With documentary practices, my aim is to be fluid and make things appear effortless as to not draw attention to myself so my subjects stay as natural as possible. A really unrealistic fantasy dream would be to be a Pina Bausch dancer. So here is a shot of one of her dancers that I took in Wuppertal, Germany. (above)

How do you see the others around you?

In a wider sense sometimes I see people as objects in a composition. And sometimes I put on headphones and go out and shoot street pictures and really study people and try to guess what they are thinking and get in their heads.

What was the last place you dreamt about?

It was definitely a fantasy world. Sexy with good music…

What you feel when you hear your favorite song/band?

Ha that dream… Sometimes I feel transported to a location and sometimes I think of a person I love or a visualization of the first time I heard that tune.

A secret power you would like to have?

              

To time travel to the past. I’m a little afraid of the future…

All photos by Cheryl Dunn.


Beverly Hills, California
During a road trip in the south in the late 70s, William Eggleston laid down in a field, looked up at the sky, and made these dreamy photos. On view now at Gagosian Gallery through February 20.

Beverly Hills, California

During a road trip in the south in the late 70s, William Eggleston laid down in a field, looked up at the sky, and made these dreamy photos. On view now at Gagosian Gallery through February 20.


January 15, Full Wolf Moon
It’s a pretty good night to howl at the moon.

January 15, Full Wolf Moon

It’s a pretty good night to howl at the moon.


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London Shoreditch, United Kingdom

Photo and collage by multi-talent Anthony Gerace.

Anthony created large-scale collages for Ace London’s guest rooms this fall. Currently he’s finishing his collage series There Must Be More to Life Than This and embarking on new photo projects we can’t wait to see, including a survey of classic cinemas in London and a look at Box Elder County Utah.


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