|All photos © Susanna Pozzoli. On the Block #59, 2008, courtesy Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte.
Italian photographer Susanna Pozzoli was invited by the Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte, a privately funded non-profit residency program for international artists, to work on a photographic project in 2007. The result was a three years long fascinating portrait of all the buildings’ interiors (private houses, school, church, bar, doctor’s office) present in one single city block, the one where Harlem Studio Fellowship is located. The project is currently on view at the UCR California Museum of Photography in Los Angeles.
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Elizabeth Kreutz‘s photo essay, “Lance Armstrong—The Comeback 2.0,” documented seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong’s bid to return to competitive cycling.
Images from Kreutz were included in the PDN Photo Annual 2010 online gallery.
|© Art Streiber / New York Magazine|
A contemplative Neil Patrick Harris, Hollywood’s first (openly) gay breakthrough star, photographed by Art Streiber for New York Magazine. More images from Streiber can be seen in the PDN Photo Annual 2010 winners gallery.
Conan O’Brien receiving last-minute maintenance of his trademark high-rise coiffure as Jeff Ross, one of the executive producers of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, looks on. After 16 years in New York City, O’Brien made the ill-fated journey west to take over The Tonight Show in California. Gillian Laub‘s photographic diary “Heeeere’s Conan” follows O’Brien on February 20, 2009, on the last day of taping the show in New York City.
More images from Laub and other winners can be seen in the PDN Photo Annual 2010 winners gallery.
© Diane Cook and Len Jenshel
Mount St. Helens, flanked by Mount Adams (far left) and Mount Hood, is settling fitfully back into the volcanic landscape. Three decades ago the mountain’s eruption killed 57 people and destroyed more than 200 square miles of forest. The cover of the current issue of National Geographic shows Mount St. Helen’s erupting on the morning of May 18, 1980. Photographed by Roger Werth for the Daily News.