"Greatest living 17th-Century photographer" finds treasure in others' trash
Revisiting a photography project from college, Jim Maire realized he had documented a landmark that had disappeared from the Bloomington landscape.
Readers of Bloom Magazine are being invited to take a look at their city through the eyes of its homeless residents.
Their neighborhood has been documented by photographers with work in the Museum of Modern Art, but now the kids on Pigeon Hill are representing themselves.
Wildlife photographer Steve Gifford tracks bobcats in southern Indiana. For Gifford, it's not just a second career; it's therapy.
James Balog's career as a wildlife and environmental photographer has taken him to the extreme ends of the world and himself.
As the Kinsey unveils its Mapplethorpes, a new biography sheds light on a figure central to the photographer's story--and the course of contemporary art.
With their Geolocation project, artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman find a portal within the virtual landscape that leads back to real life.
Although his pictures contain elements of visual reality, what they seem to represent is not the world out there, but, rather, inner life--a memory, a dream.
Jeffrey Wolin's new show pairs photos of residents of Bloomington’s subsidized housing projects taken in the late 80s with their current portraits.