The printer gets a second glance in the new retrospective at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery. “Chronographic 1998-2013,” which opened Wednesday, features a rich dialogue on 15 years of fine art prints, showcasing various artists who have worked at the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies.
An exhibit at a Chelsea gallery captures a changing community landscape on 125th Street.
A new exhibition features winning photos taken by Columbia students who traveled through East Asia over the summer.
Ajit C. Pillai shares his photography.
Colin Sullivan explains the importance of photography on his life.
Computer Science professor Shree Nayar invented "BigShot," a camera that elementary school students can assemble themselves.
I came to Spectator’s open house on a whim during my sophomore year. I didn’t really care about the paper itself, but just tagged along with my roommate of now four years. I’d had enough of writing from class, so I decided to join the photo department as a novice photographer.
When I crossed the threshold of 2875 Broadway for the first time, I had my entire life planned out. I was going to be a reporter, damnit—a feisty cross between Nellie Bly and Christiane Amanpour, specifically—exposing social injustice and political scandal at every turn.
The photographer is a Barnard College senior majoring in American studies. As I See It appears Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The photographer is a Barnard senior majoring in American Studies. As I See It appears Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
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