Identity and surreal imagery: The dark worlds of Caryn Drexl
A variation on identity; creating portraits of identities of others in terms of relationships: Silent Dialogues: Viktoria Sorochinski
Vivian Maier, a nanny by trade, was also a prolific photographer whose work was literally unknown until shortly before her death, when boxes containing thousands of negatives, prints, and even un-developed film were discovered in storage. Her work is largely a very personal reflection of her day to day world, and often emulates the “street photography” style of the mid 20th century.
Think about the Moment and the Frame in this interview with French photographer Alain LaBoile.
“The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip”
A new book about the tradition of road trip photography.