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Kensington Blues is a portrait photography project about people who live along Kensington Avenue in North Philadelphia. During the nineteenth century, Kensington was a prosperous neighborhood, a national leader in the textile industry and home to a diverse population of hard-working immigrants. Industrial restructuring in the mid-twentieth century led to a sharp economic decline, including […]

“Picture books, books of photographs, are not being lost to the digital revolution; if anything they have become only more meaningful, more treasured.”—Sandra S. Phillips, 2014 First Book Prize judge Congratulations to Nadia Sablin, a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, New York, who was selected by renowned curator and historian Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator of photography […]

Take a look at this slideshow of photographs by 2012 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography finalists Thomas Alleman, Paula Bronstein, Pedro Farias-Nardi, Michael Forster Rothbart, Eros Hoagland, Jon Lowenstein, Hiroko Okahashi, Carlos Javier Ortiz, Stan Raucher, Bryan Schutmaat, Jeffrey Stockbridge, and Robert Yager—an incredibly accomplished and talented group of photographers. With each biennial competition, […]