When two of your favorite photography people get together, you can expect some remarkable discussion and phenomenal images. The Real Picture with Greg Gibson features Gary Hershorn, one of my favorite photographers of our generation. I am proud to know him and have worked with him at numerous events. In […]
New York Post photographer Anthony Causi loses battle with Covid-19
Anthony Causi, a longtime photographer for The New York Post whose prolific talent and larger-than-life personality made him a beloved and respected figure throughout the New York sports world, died Easter Sunday from the coronavirus.
“Tack Tuesdays” at Fotografiska New York
Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
Stephen Mallon’s “Passing Freight”
“Passing Freight” a solo exhibition of photographs by Stephen Mallon, debuts at the Front Room Gallery from February 13 to March 15, 2020. “Passing Freight” is a visual celebration of the unique beauty and function of freight train cars in United States.
Rainbow Shoe Repair: An Unexpected Theater of Flyness
Presented during New York Fashion Week, Rainbow Shoe Repair: An Unexpected Theater of Flyness is an exhibition and event series that considers how Lower East Side residents utilized a local photo studio to document community, fashion, and self-expression.
The Gowanus Canal in the Green Gallery
Movers, Not Shakers! pop up location, The Green Gallery at MNS, presented “Lost and Found in Brooklyn” by Mark D Phillips on October 19 to 20, 2019, during the Gowanus Open Studios weekend. The exhibit featured Phillips’ photographic collection of images in and around Brooklyn, of scenes that no longer exist, […]
The South Brooklyn Network Top TEN Photos of 2019
Continuing our tradition of photography on our website, we present our top ten photographs produced for our site by Mark D Phillips. From skiing to airplanes, it was an interesting year. And nature provided several opportunities for special photographs. Here is our selection:
Grassroots Baseball takes to Route 66
When two people you highly admire come together with a dream journey down Route 66, all you can do is say “I can’t wait to see their results.” Jean Fruth, one of today’s pre-eminent baseball photographers, and retiring National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum president, Jeff Idelson, launched Grassroots Baseball – dedicated to celebrating the amateur game.
Moving Walls: Remembering an American Tragedy
Sharon Yamato, author of Moving Walls: The Barracks of America’s Concentration Camps, states right at the start in her acknowledgments, “This story could not have been told without the deeply moving photographs of Stan Honda.”
WhiteWall comes to SoHo
A professional online photo lab based in Berlin, Germany, WhiteWall has quickly gained a reputation for its photos under acrylic glass, brilliant HD Metal and aluminum prints, and hand-crafted frames.