It's National Photography Month + we came to party.
Yoga by William Wegman
Before May races by like March + April, an important reminder: It's National Photography Month! Maybe you can’t hang out in your favorite art museum for the time being, but don't let that stop you from getting your fill of photo art. We picked a few superstars to highlight on the blog, some of which are featured below as an appetizer. (And there's loads more over here!) We've got images from a wide range of vintage greats—Gordon Parks, Ansel Adams, Berenice Abbott—whose work helps contextualize our (TBQH killer) collection of contemporary photography, all hand-picked by our head curator.
Once you’ve art-ogled appropriately, crack open those coffee table photography tomes you forgot you owned (what, just us?), take a deep dive into some of the most iconic photos of all time, support photojournalism by subscribing to a news source with an excellent photo program, or cover that perdy face and take a stroll to snap a few spring scenes yourself. Who knows—this infusion of awesome images might inspire your inner sharp shooter.
With art for everyone,
Arranging the Rainbow by Lisa Congdon
Animal Locomotion: Plate 717 (Cat) by Eadweard Muybridge
Fireflies under the full moon along the White Clay Kill, Tivoli, NY 7/9/14 by Pete Mauney