New York City


“Fifth Avenuers” is a visual registry of people and moments from one of the most iconic avenues in the world. It captures the vibrancy created by the mix of people that walk along the street that divides Manhattan into east and west.

Today in the United States of America, the population has been called to vote their next 45° President. Positive Magazine, in collaboration with the Uk film director Tom Dream has been travelling around US to see what the people think about the elections and about the two main candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. We […]

A new fashion editorial on Positive Magazine! Check it out this stunning images shot by Emily Malan featuring the Red Model Agency Conrad Bischoff. Photographer: Emily Malan Model: Conrad Bischoff @ Red Models Makeup/Grooming: Alana Wright Model wearing: Vans & American Apparel  

Thomas Roma: In the Vale of Cashmere will open on October 29 at Steven Kasher Gallery in New York City. Roma’s first major New York exhibition of new photographs since his acclaimed solo exhibition Come Sunday at the Museum of Modern Art in 1996. Thomas Roma has taught photography since 1983 at Yale, Fordham, Cooper […]

We are introducing a new interview with a young photographer from New York City. Dexter Storey lives now in Toronto where he’s studing acting at the Claude Watson Art Program at Earl Haig High School. He loves learning and having fun with friends as well as collaborating with like minded artists. He is currently working […]

Positive Magazine presents a series of photographs taken by Kirill Orlov, a photographer from Moscow based in New York City. His project is showing the skater Chiaka Naze during his training before a race competition witch took place the day after at the Propect Park in Brooklyn, NYC.   Kirill Orlov is a Russian photographer […]

  Shot entirely with either 35mm or 120mm film, “West Harlem: The Broadway Artery” is centered around the neighborhood of Hamilton Heights in West Harlem, New York City. Broadway Avenue is one of the main commuter arteries of Manhattan and stretches from the top to the bottom of the island. Running along the western bank […]

Fault Line is a project I am doing in the small coastal town of Brooklin, Maine. The protagonist is my younger cousin Adam, who lives there. I also photograph my brother, father, and other cousins. I chose the title because a fault line alludes to where the earth splits in an earthquake (a metaphor for […]

Photos and Text by Vera Mantengoli, reporting from New York City. Washington Square, Greenwich Village. Yesterday, 10/01/2015, at 2pm at least 500 french people living in NYC demonstated in front of the Stanford White Arch, one of the NYC symbols of freedom, their solidariety about what happened in Paris. They have been singing murmuring the […]

Hermes Pichon is a 24 old French photographer whom for as long as he can remember always loved beautiful images, and eventually started the photographic medium in order to try to create some of them. With a fixed focus wide angle, it is a curiosity of the world which leads him to his subjects, a […]