1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 12 includes the work of Ansel Adams, Peter Ashworth, Alain-Charles Beau, Fredrik Brodén, Robin Friend, Ralph Gibson, Axel Hoedt, Randal Levenson, Cathleen Naundorf, Perry Ogden, and Laurie Simmons.
Cover: Nibelungen IV, Paris, 2010 by Cathleen Naundorf
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 11 includes the work of Ellen Carey, Jim Dow, Leon Gimpel, Yanina Goldstein, Christopher Herwig, Graciela Iturbide, Jeremy Kost, Stanley Marcus, Will McBride, James Moore, Melanie Pullen, and Lloyd Ziff.
Cover: "Givenchy Turns to Haute Couture Beauty", Dénise Seranet, Harper's Bazaar, 1964. James Moore
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 10 includes the work of Sophie Etchart, William Helburn, Axel Hoedt, E.O. Hoppé, Dennis Hopper, Geof Kern, Jeffrey Milstein, Daniel Robinson, Matthew Rolston, Valentine Schmidt, Malick Sidibé, Luke Smalley, and Abraham Winter.
Cover: Dovima with Opera Glasses, for Corday Perfume, 1961 by William Helburn
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 9 includes the work of Janette Beckman, Maxi Cohen, Donna DeMari, Claudine Doury, Lisa Guerriero, Melanie Pullen, Allison V. Smith, Vee Speers, Deborah Turbeville, Laura Wilson, and Kimiko Yoshida.
Cover: Stigmata, Isabelle at Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1977 by Deborah Turbeville
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 8 includes the work of Giasco Bertoli, Brian M. Cassidy, Stewart Cohen, Marcel Gautherot, Jean-Paul Goude, Oliver Hartung, Axel Hoedt, Henry Horenstein, Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre, Angus McBean, Snowdon, Aaron Stern, and Paulina Otylie Surys.
Cover: Grace Jones, Cry Now, Laugh Later, painted photo, sticky tape and cardboard, New York, 1982by Jean Paul Goude
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 7 includes the work of Tom Bianchi, Erwin Blumenfeld, Nathalie Daoust, Pascal Fellonneau, Ger Ger, Fred Herzog, James Loveday, Allison V. Smith, and Bruve Talamon. Also included in Issue no. 7 are works by Helmut Newton, Rupert Smith, and Larry Bell from the collection of Joan Quinn, and photographs made from the recently discovered glass plates circa 1870 Iranian Kurdistan from the Newsha Tavakolian Collection.
Cover: Do You Part For The Red Cross, Variant of Vogue U.S. cover, 1945 by Erwin Blumenfeld
Issue no. 6 includes the work of Fredrick Broden, Ellen Rogers, Bernard Faucon, Cristina de Middel, Edward Ruscha, Dominick Guillemot, Elena Capra, Chris Stein, Anne Lass, Karlheinz Weinberger, Charles Moriarty, and Lisa Guerriero.
Cover: Debbie Harry, New York, 1981, by Chris Stein
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 5 includes the work of John Carder Bush, Brandon Long, Christer Stromholm, Merhyl Levisse, Charles Moriarty, Lee Roach, Rafal Maleszyk, Sonja Kranz, Simon Norfolk, Colette Lumiere, Serge Lutens, Vivian Maier, Donna DeMari, and Alexander Gronsky.
Cover: The Pale Lady, Barcelona, 1959, by Christer Stromholm
Issue no. 4 includes the work of Gabriella de Martino, Antony Armstrong Jones, Paulina Otylie Surys, jagoda Szmytka, Mel Roberts, Isabelle Evertese, Jacob Fugslang Mikkelsen, Stephen Zirwes, Alex Prager, Florian Reischauer, Nathalie Daoust, Nicholas Kahn & Richard Selesnick, Suzy Parker, Charles Moriarty, and Katja Sonnewend.
Cover: Rich Thompson, Carmel, California, 1962 by Mel Roberts
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 3 includes the work of Ralph Mecke, Damian Weilers, Georges Dambier, Hanno Otten, Charles Moriarty, Allsion V. Smith, Tina Shaburishvilli, Jane Schreibman, Hiroshi Watanabe, Morgan O'Donovan, Francois Dischinger, Eric Mas and Graham Howe.
Cover: Simone D'Aillencort, Paris, 1959 by Georges Dambier
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 2 includes the work of Matthew Jensen, Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre, Wang Quingsong, Henry Horenstein, Jean Clemmer & Paco Rabanne, James Loveday, Cornel Lucas, Peter Ashworth, Malerie Marder, Geof Kern, Jean Louis Sauvat, John Paul Phillipe, Mari Wilson, and Donna DeMari.
Cover: Nues, a collaboration with Paco Rabanne, Paris, 1969 by Jean Clemmer
1814 MAGAZINE Issue no. 1 includes the work of E.O. Hoppé, Geof Kern, Donna DeMari, Eric Mas, Massimo Vitali, Anton Perich, Stanley Marcus, Ben Shaul, Eudora Welty, Dan H. Phillips, Pearl Harbour, and Camile Roman.