Although Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is widely considered one of the world’s greatest photographers, much about his early work remains unknown. For this reason, Cartier-Bresson’s personal scrapbook of his best work from his rich early period (1932-46) provides an extraordinary window onto his process and artistic development, documenting both his travels to Spain and Mexico and his encounters with Surrealism and modern art.

The exhibition is organized by Agnes Sire of the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris, where it first appeared; it will have its sole American venue at ICP. The publication that accompanies the exhibition reproduces all the images chosen by Cartier-Bresson, as well as his correspondence and historical documents.

January 19 through April 29, 2007

Document of the DC Punk Scene


Susie J. Horgan’s book Punk Love is a finely-packaged and telling collection of images documenting the late 70s DC Punk movement, with words by Henry Rollins and Ian Mackaye. The images from their days at Haagen-Dazs in Georgetown and of Ian skating are worth the cover price alone. Essential bookshelf material for those among us desperately trying to buy back the 7″s we had in our youth.

Read about it, or just buy it here.

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Srab, from upcoming limited edition book “groupshow v1
More info coming soon.

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Jake Dobkin

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Ari Marcopoulos

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Brooklyn-based, Peter Beste. From his Norwegian Black Metal series

DIY camera


A bottle of glue, a ruler, and a pencil are the only things separating you for pure and crushing pinhole ecstasy. The Hole-On-Ex is a palm-sized 35mm camera that you construct with your very own blood, sweat, and tears. In exchange for about 90 minutes of your hard labor, you

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M+B gallery and AMMO Books are pleased to present GONZO, the debut exhibition of photography by famed American author Hunter S. Thompson. The exhibition coincides with the release of Thompson’s final book, of the same name, and chronicles his life through his own photographs and memorabilia.

Hell’s Angels, Wheelie, California
circa 1960s
Stamped, dated and numbered by the Estate of Hunter S. Thompson
image size: 30 x 30 inches
paper size: 36 x 36 inches

Edition of 10

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Mike Brodie aka “The Polaroid Kid”. An old friend of The World’s Best Ever, the 21 year old Brodie opens his first solo show in New York tonight at Bonnie Benrubi Gallery

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Joseph Holmes. If you are in New York, go see his work during the opening of “ne plus ultra 2007 annual” at Jen Bekman Gallery tonight

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Corey Arnold, 30, is a Freelance Photographer and Alaska Crab Fisherman. During October, January, and February you will find him working and photographing aboard the f/v Rollo in the Bering Sea. The rest of the year he lives in Norway or Portland, Oregon and spends the working hours photographing for exhibitions, art projects, books, magazines, bands, and advertisments. Recently, Corey has been focused on making pictures aboard fishing and whaling vessels in Northern Norway and Alaska. You might have seen him as a deckhand aboard the Rollo in the Discovery Channel’s emmy nominated series “Deadliest Catch 2”.

Corey’s work has been exhibited galleries, museums, and other venues worldwide. Photos from the Norwegian fishing industry were made possible by a grant from the American-Scandinavian Foundation. Assignment and other clients include the Discovery Channel, Outside Magazine, Giant Robot, Rolling Stone Italy, Adbusters (VRENG-N), SOMA Magazine, Dagbladet Magazinet(N), Karl’s Cars Magazine (N), Aker Seafoods, Alaska Seafood, Red Ledge Clothing, National Fisherman Magazine, Alaska Fisherman’s Journal, The Fisherman’s News, Fett Magazine (N), and Norwegian bands such as Turbonegro, Mayhem and Superfamily. When not photographing Corey also likes to write in the third person, skateboard and teach his cats to catch paper balls.

fashion ad campaign


This is the worlds best ever fashion campaign for Miu Miu, with a behind the scenes photo “documentary”. After view the pictures, you feel like you just flipped through a PG-13 version of Nobuyoshi Araki’s portfolio.

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