Page 69, Ken Ohara’s Close Encounters with Photography “As soon as he received a shipment of ONE from his Tokyo printer in early April 1970, the twenty-eight year old Ken Ohara presented a copy of his project to the New York photographer for whom he was working. After quickly studying the book, Richard Avedon urged […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Extended Portrait Studies – Ken Ohara"
I picked up quite a lot of books from the Jaipur Literature Festival and one of them was a photo book by Richard Bartholomew. Titled “A Critic’s Eye”, the book showcases work by Richard, mostly focused towards his family and a little bit towards his travels. Extremely personal, all pictures are in black and white. […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : A Critic’s Eye By Richard Bartholomew"
Some say Brice Richard is a traveler. I say he’s a master observer floating through the streets, capturing visions which elude us all. He is what photojournalists dream of becoming, invisible in the picture yet reflecting though the simplicity and magnificence of his models and compositions. Tonight I present to you, conversations with one of […]Read more "CC Conversations : Street Corner"