Boris Pavlovich Kudoyarov (1898-1973) was a prominent master of photo-reportage and one of the best known Russian photographers. In 1925 he started as a reporter for Physical Culture and Sport magazine.
“The gold-lettered name of this shop means 'prosperity.' Private citizens come here to sell family jewels or other objects. The prices are fixed by the government. This scene has been photographed in old Peking through the window of a shop in Liu Li Chang, the street long famous for its art and antique shops.
This photography hints on why the Magnum photographer Robert Capa is credited with coining the term Generation X (Gen X), the generation born after the Western Post-World War II baby boom. He used it as a title for a photo-essay about the young men and women reaching adulthood after the WWII.
This photo, shot by the Swiss photographer René Burri, immortalized the proud, Havana-cigar-smoking Che Guevara and became an visual icon of the immortal revolutionary after his murder by the Bolivian army in 1967, although the magazine Look only reproduced a small version at
On June's 1963 Sunday morning, Kennedy and his entourage had landed at the Cologne/Bonn Airport in Germany. In Cologne, Ulrich Mack took this photo, resoundingly entitled A Piece of Advice for the American President.
This Photo was shot by Guido Mangold with a Leica M2 camera and first published by the Quick magazine, shortly before John F. Kennedy’s death, it reflects Mangold’s unswerving photography commitment and his photo professionalism.
This photo shows the turn of events outside the nightclub Vecchia Roma, but also clearly reflects Steel’s aggression and Ekberg’s annoyance – supposedly, she had already given up on this marriage at the time t