Savor these rich images, valuable for street photographers and those wishing to keep alive the memory of 1980s New York. Robert Herman’s "The New Yorkers" is as much an historical document as it is art. It records a time in American... Read More
Canadian Vaughan Lyon is courageous. In his new book, "Power Shift", he makes the case for diffusing political party control. Lyon acknowledges, “Since the proposed model will involve the transfer of power from the elites to citizens,... Read More
The day after prize stallion Devil Dancer is shot in his paddock, private detective Wendell Clay meets a woman over some jumper cables and then gets hired to solve the crime; neither turns out to be what they seem. "Devil Dancer" is a... Read More
Robin Hood’s concept of taking from the rich to give to the poor sounds good—unless you happen to be rich. Frank Merlo’s "The Robin Hood Lies" asks, “What happens when there are no more rich to take from?” Using fifteen brief... Read More
Using relatively simple tools, Ken Duncan creates complex images that require exploration. The very nature of his chosen medium, the panoramic photograph, encompasses more in one frame than can normally be seen with our eyes. The viewer... Read More
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