From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Alejandro Garcia studied at the Academy of Art University in California, earned his degree there and moved to New York.
Alejandro Cegarra was born in 1989, in Caracas, Venezuela, which is the city he still calls home.
Alejandro Chaskielberg is an award-winning photographer who works in the border between document and fiction.
Alessandra Quadri was born in Padua, Italy, in 1980 and is currently based in Rome.
Alessandro Imbriaco has won the 2008 Canon Award for Young Photographers and World Press Photo 2010 Contemporary Issues 2nd Prize with his feature on the Casilino 900 nomad camp.
Alex Sandwell Kliszynski is a photographer who does wedding photography and portraits, but he has also produced curious series of art photography.
In 2018, Alex and Rebecca Norris Webb will publish a new edition of their collaborative work, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba.
Alexandra Avakian has been published by National Geographic magazine, Time, The New York Times Magazine and many others worldwide.
Alexis Rodríguez-Duarte and Tico Torres have been documenting the Cuban diaspora since 1993 for a portrait series entitled, Cuba Out of Cuba.
Alfred T. Palmer was a photographer who is best known for his photographs depicting Americana during World War II.
In 1956 freelance photographer Alfred Wertheimer was assigned to photograph a 21-year-old singer whom RCA was promoting.
Alison Wright, a New York-based documentary photographer, has spent her career capturing the universal human spirit through her photographs and writing.
War artist and photographer Alixandra Fazzina uncovers the human consequences of war and focuses much of her work on refugees.
Allan Tannenbaum has photographed everything from the 70s music and nightlife scenes to 9/11.
Allison Hunter is a visual artist who over the past twenty years has worked in photography, video, drawing, sculpture, and installation.
Alok Vaid-Menon draws upon their work as a mixed media performance artist to think through what it means to live and embody outside gender.
Carlos Alvarez-Montero’s work focuses on identity, individuality and appearances.
Alys Tomlinson is an award-winning editorial and fine art photographer based in London.
Alyssa Lavine graduated from Art Center College of Design in Photgraphy & Imaging with determination.
Keller Konya’s work has been exhibited regionally and internationally at a variety of cultural institutions including: The Houston Center for Photography, The Los Angeles International Airport and the Angkor Photography Festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia.