Calling all photographers—amateur-or professional! We are now accepting submissions to our Seventh Annual NIAF Photo Contest! Granted, this year's contest is like none before it. The pandemic has changed everything for all of us, sometimes tragically. But we're looking for uplifting images that represent your hopes and dreams during these difficult...

Paul Fusco, a member of the Magnum Photos collective who trained his eye on marginalized communities across the United States, died Wednesday. Magnum Photos confirmed the news in an obituary on its website. A representative for the collective said that Fusco died at 89 of dementia. “Magnum Photographers from across the generations remember [Fusco]...

The photographs of people on the street Francesca Magnani takes every day document how New Yorkers have been coping with the virus. Originally from Padua, Italy, the writer and photographer has been living in Brooklyn for more than 15 years, and her work has been featured in a solo show at Photoville and many publications, including Brownstoner. Ma...

"Gli stranieri impazziscono per l'Italian Lifestyle che, per quanto riguarda il cibo coniuga gusto, semplicità e salute. Non a caso negli USA impazziscono per libri come The Mamma Mia! Diet, scritto a 4 mani da me e Paola Palestini. Questo non è il classico libro di diete in senso tradizionale, ma lo possiamo definire un manuale sulla dieta mediter...

Saturday March 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm - I AM BOOKS, 189 NORTH STREET, BOSTON, MA 02113. Join us for a community celebration in honor of the newly released Tutta la Famiglia! Photographer Paul Cary Goldberg talks about his long-term photo project at Caffe Sicilia in Gloucester, Mass., and the process of getting his book published. This body of work...

In August of 2019, the IAMLA made its photographic collection accessible online. Since then, scores of people from around the world have used the museum's online platform to search the photographic collection. It has proven a valuable tool for researchers and the general public alike. Several people have even contacted the IAMLA to report that they...

Italy is best known for its picture-perfect cities, stunning lakes, incredible mountains and beautiful coastline. But its fairy tale-like forests are just as spellbinding- as these jaw-dropping images show. They were all snapped in enchanting woodland areas across Italy throughout the seasons and entered into the 2019 Experience Forests photo conte...

Long-time Staten Islanders likely have many memories of fabulous celebrations at the former Monte Bianco, Grant City. From weddings to proms to political and community events, the popular catering hall was the setting for myriad family and corporate events. Previously the Boulevard Hotel, the Monte Bianco was owned and operated by the Campitiello f...

January 15 – February 15, 2020. Opening reception: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:00pm-8:00pm. Please RSVP. IIC New York - 686 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065. GIANNI BERENGO GARDIN ● CLAUDIA CORRENT ● RENATO D’AGOSTIN ● FULVIO ROITER. A photographic homage to Venice. This exhibition is inspired by the sense of urgency to support artistic heritage cons...

Around 10million self-taking tourists cram into Rome's streets and around its ancient sites each year. But it wasn't always so. These fascinating vintage pictures taken in 1956 show a far less hectic Eternal City. The black-and-white snaps were captured by photographer Allan Hailstone, from Coventry, on a trip to Rome as a schoolboy in August 1956...