R|A|P news

R|A|P calendar

POSTED: 29 Jul 14 12:00

"Wolman had spent the summer touring US music festivals, photographing musicians on stage. "I was getting tired of it," he recalls.

So looking around at Woodstock – the crowds, the cows, the mud, the drugs – Wolman decided to switch focus and shoot the spectators." 

The Guardian feature on Woodstock

POSTED: 29 Jul 14 12:00

"The Glastonbury super fence looks like you're in a prison, you can't even get out without a pass. These fences were more of a demarcation line of the festival area, clearly they weren't made to keep people out." - Baron Wolman

BBC News feature on Woodstock

POSTED: 06 May 14 12:00

"Feinstein was able to capture an intimate view of McQueen that shows an unusual warmth to the usually ice-cool actor, while proving once again that McQueen’s detached, thoughtful persona was more fact than film fiction."

GQ South Africa review Unseen McQueen.

POSTED: 06 May 14 12:00

"This handsome volume stands well apart from most coffee-table photography books."

iPhotoCentral review Photographers book.

POSTED: 17 Mar 14 12:00

Artist Talk: Hunter Barnes
A Testimony of Serpent Handling

MOBIA, New York
April 17

Hunter Barnes is a photographer who focuses his artistic gaze on the faces of groups of people who are consistently misrepresented in the modern American narrative. At MOBIA he will speak about his project and book, A Testimony of Serpent Handling, and share images and personal stories from his time spent in West Virginia. “I was invited by the families and congregation of my friend’s Serpent Handling churches in West Virginia to live and document their lives. The people in these photographs took me in as one of their own. I was shown a way of life sometimes unseen and able to share their story.” - Hunter Barnes

Free. Registration is suggested but not required. For more information or to register, please click on the "register" tab here, call (212) 408-1500, or email info@mobia.org.

POSTED: 07 Feb 14 12:00

"Sid shot almost every cinema giant of the mid-20th century and pulled off a feat surpassing even that: he captured them unguarded, stripping away the studio and P.R. artifice to find the people hiding underneath."

In Vanity Fair's celebrated '20th Annual Hollywood Issue', R|A|P's stunning publication, Sid Avery: The Art of the Hollywood Snapshot, inspires a ten-page spread devoted to Sid's remarkable talent.