Refuge - Photographs by Fredrik Brodén & Matt George
A human who has been forced to flee their country due to persecution, conflict, or violence is defined a refugee. The U.S. has traditionally welcomed displaced people from these regions, allowing them to begin new lives in a new homeland.
On January 27th, 2017 an executive order reduced the maximum number of resettled refugees by almost 50%, leaving tens of thousands inside deadly conflict zones around the world.
These are the faces of those who have taken the incalculable risk of uprooting everything they have ever known in search of peace, freedom, and a better life.
Blue Skies - Photographs by Geof Kern
Geof Kern brings his distinct point of view to the legendary Neiman Marcus 'Art of Fashion' campaign. Creating in the surrealistic tradition that has always embraced fashion, Kern utilizes strong contrasts in scale and unexpected elements. To wit, botanicals and spray painted junk cars, like pieces of sculpture, provide a backdrop to designs by artists such as Saint Laurent, Gucci, and Proenza Schouler. Art juxtaposed with art.
Supporting partners: Neiman Marcus, The Photo Division, Fahey Klein Gallery, Bennett Elia, and NorthPark Center
Meals On Wheels - Photographs by Guy Reynolds
Photojournalist Guy Reynolds documents his weekly 'Meals On Wheels' route and provides us with a compassionate look at our neighbors in need. Reynolds' quick and clever eye captures moments that routinely go unseen.
Curated by Allison V. Smith and 1814 MAGAZINE
A portion of the proceeds from print sales goes to support 'Meals On Wheels'.
Age of the Supermodel - Photographs by Donna DeMari
In 1991, celebrated fashion photographer Donna DeMari was commissioned by British Vogue and its legendary Liz Tilberis to photograph the Fall / WinterHaute Couture Season from a unique vantage point… backstage. At that point in time very few people had ever been granted access to the inner sanctum of models, designers, and the secrets of Haute Couture.
Armed with a Nikon F2, a few rolls of film per show, and shooting only available light, Donna began to document the unguarded moments of the world's most beautiful women in the most exquisite designs of Balmain, Chanel, Scherrer, Laroche, Ungaro, LaCroix, Valentino, Versace, Givenchy, and Lanvin.
These previously unpublished photographs of Linda Evangelista, Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Gisele Zelauy, Yasmeen Ghauri, Christy Turlington, Heather Stewart-Whyte, Susie Bick, Tatjana Patitz, Kristen McMenamy, Nadia Auerman, and Karen Mulder among others, offer a rare glimpse into the world of Haute Couture during the Age Of The Supermodel.