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Finding “Awkward Pleasures” on the Street

Posted by on July 12, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Bangkok-born, New York City-based photographer Poupay has an eye for unusual moments in ordinary spaces. Her series “Awkward Pleasures” is a collection of street images that present the eccentricities of the seemingly mundane, which exist everywhere but require special attention to be seen. She writes: “There are little surprises hiding everywhere without our notice. Since... More

David J. Carol’s “No Plan B”

Posted by on December 2, 2016 | Media

Photo © David J. Carol

David J. Carol has published a retrospective of his wry black-and-white street photography, No Plan B, taken from 1993-2016. Published by Peanut Press, which Carol runs with co-founder Ashly Stohl, No Plan B will be accompanied by an exhibition at the Leica store in SoHo in February 2017. The book comes in a white limited edition—which includes a signed gelatin-silver... More

Finding Common Ground on the Streets of Brooklyn

Posted by on August 18, 2016 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Amy Touchette

Photographer and PDNedu contributor Amy Touchette was recently featured in The New York Times for an ongoing body of street photography shot on her iPhone. Touchette’s work depicts the diversity of Brooklyn’s streets in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Williamsburg, but points more to what we all have in common than how we differ. She writes on her Instagram: “Everyday I seek evidence that we do... More