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  1. Photographer Nicholas Alan Cope's Black and White L.A.
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    Photographer Nicholas Alan Cope's Black and White L.A.

    For the past seven years, Los Angeles based architecture photographer Nicholas Alan Cope has been capturing the striking modernist cityscape the City of Angels has to offer and recently assembled...

    03.29.13

  2. Photographers We Love: Mark Mahaney
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    Photographers We Love: Mark Mahaney

    A name that may be familiar to you after reading many issues of Dwell: Mark Mahaney. Based in Brooklyn, New York with his wonderful family, Mark is an extremely talented photographer who has shot...

    written by: Julia Sabot
    03.22.13

  3. Today’s Tumblr: Found by National Geographic
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    Today’s Tumblr: Found by National Geographic

    Dwell is a huge fan of Tumblrs for inspiration and pictorial satisfaction. Today, we focus on "Found," a Tumblr created by National Geographic to celebrate their 125th anniversary. Sourced from the...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    03.12.13

  4. Photographer Focus: Rebecca Daniels
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    Photographer Focus: Rebecca Daniels

    Rebecca Daniels is an architectural photographer based in San Francisco, mainly commissioned by local architects to shoot their latest project. She has a beautiful eye for abstract details, shapes,...

    photos by: Rebecca Daniels
    03.12.13

  5. Shot by Jonas von der Hude
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    Shot by Jonas von der Hude

    Born in Lübeck, Germany and currently based in Hamburg, photographer Jonas von der Hude has been snap, snap, snapping away. Previously trained in all things carpentry, design, and photography, von...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    03.05.13

  6. Mirror Mirror
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    Mirror Mirror

    Since September 2012, Greek designer Panos Papanagiotou has been documenting angular architecture buildings and structures on his aptly-titled Tumblr, Mirrors. Via the iPhone, Papanagiotou shoots...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.28.13

  7. Toronto Houses by Kevin Morris
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    Toronto Houses by Kevin Morris

    It all started by accident in the fall of 2012. Photographer Kevin Morris was exploring Deer Park, a neighborhood in Toronto famous for its Tudor and Colonial revival houses. Years spent as a...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    photos by: Kevin Morris
    02.21.13

  8. Pinboard of the Day: Photography
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    Pinboard of the Day: Photography

    The right time, the right place, as they say. Case in point, these seven photographers who each managed to successfully capture and freeze a unique moment in time. A stunning black and white, snowy...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    02.20.13

  9. Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A.
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    Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A.

    In her work, Catherine Opie has consistently focused her lens on the subcultural phenomena and the castaways of Los Angeles—lonely, mansard-roofed Beverly Hills mansions, freeway underbellies, and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    02.15.13

  10. Celestial Seasons
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    Celestial Seasons

    As we head into the Year of the Snake celebrations this week, New York gallery Barry Friedman Ltd gears up to present contemporary Chinese artist Wang Wusheng at a solo exhibition, "Celestial Realm...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    photos by: Wang Wusheng
    02.08.13

  11. Hélène Binet's Composing Space
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    Hélène Binet's Composing Space

    If photography is painting with light, few make better canvases of buildings than Hélène Binet. The photographer has been documenting the world's most important structures for 25 years, and in late...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Hélène Binet
    02.07.13

  12. Above Santiago's Architecture Biennial
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    Above Santiago's Architecture Biennial

    This mesmerizing video comes from one of our favorite photographers, Cristobal Palma. It's incredible what Palma is able to do here, as his camera hovers and rises over the exhibition design that...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.16.13

  13. Balthazar Korab, 1926-2013
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    Balthazar Korab, 1926-2013

    Balthazar Korab—whose work and career we profiled in Dwell's Dec/Jan 2013 issue—passed away this week in Troy, Michigan, his hometown of many years. Korab was born in Hungary, escaped Budapest at...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    01.16.13

  14. Gifts for a Photographer

    Gifts for a Photographer

    I'm a photography student, so I am immersed in all things visual and functional for that world at the moment. Here's a list of 10 items desired by Academy of Art Photography Students in the Arbus...

    written by: Meigan Canfield
    12.02.10

  15. Balthazar Korab: Architect of Photography
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    Balthazar Korab: Architect of Photography

    A new biography highlights the rich, black-and-white photography of Balthazar Korab, whose sharp imagery helped give a face to modernist architecture in mid-century America.

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    12.18.12

  16. Balthazar Korab

    Balthazar Korab

     Korab was born in 1926 in Budapest, Hungary. As a young man, his studies of architecture at the Polytechnicum were interrupted in 1949 by the necessity to escape his country’s communist...

    08.17.11

  17. Jayson Carpenter

    Jayson Carpenter is a photographer based in San Francisco specializing in humanitarian, commercial, editorial, travel and people photography.

    08.17.11

  18. Sarah Wilson

    Sarah Wilson

    Photographer Sarah Wilson explores issues of community and culture through environmental portraiture. After nine years of studying and working in New York City, Wilson has returned to her...

    08.17.11

  19. Brent Humphreys

     Brent Humphreys was born and bred in Dallas, Texas. As a youngster growing up in Lake Highlands, days were filled with BMX, creeking and fire experimentation. Preteen, a strong work ethic...

    08.17.11

  20. Online Art Fair

    Online Art Fair

    Aperture is joining with VIP photo in the first online art fair that will connect viewers and dealers from all over the world with art through the Internet. Renowned artists, photographers and...

    07.13.12

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