The unwavering, demented gaze of a stray dog captures the detached observation that characterizes the raw, unsettling work of photographer Daido Moriyama. The dog is caught in strong shadows against a high-contrast background, highlighting its whitened eyes and its angular, rangy pose. "Stray Dog," M
The statuesque Weimaraners that are the subjects of William Wegman's signature portraits have less to do with the stranded kittens of 'Hang in There' poster fame than they do with the works of Cindy Sherman or even Edward Weston. Like Sherman, Wegman is a practitioner of setup photography, a method i
Although he thought of himself as a painter, Moholy-Nagy is primarily remembered for his work as a photographer, in particular for his collaborations with Walter Gropius and other members of the Bauhaus. He wrote the definitive text on Bauhaus photography, "Painting, Photography, Motion Pictures" (19
Amidst his wigs, Campbells Soup cans, urine paintings, and constant entourage of beautiful people, Andy maintained a semblance of a rich inner life. If you want to stay thin, he advised, always order the food on the menu you don't want to eat.
Warhol was the leader of the pack in Pop-land. Born a