Five days after the tragic building collapse in Surfside, Miami, over 150 people are still unaccounted for. Photographers have been on the scene capturing images of the debris along with heartbreaking images of grief. Sarah and Allen discuss coverage from the Miami Herald, Washington Post, and the New York Times.
Also in the show: A Brooklyn apartment is transformed into a content creation studio, the Old Houses of Instagram, Jason Fulford’s “Photo No-Nos,” and Elinor Carucci captures the beauty of grey hair during COVID.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- Photo Gallery: Search continues for survivors at Surfside condo collapse site (via Miami Herald)
- Photos From the Scene of a Tragic Building Collapse in Florida (via NYT)
- The scene after a partial collapse of Florida condo building (via WashPo)
- Possible Failure Point Emerges in Miami-Area Building Collapse (via NYT)
- Brooklyn Apartment Now An All-Pink ‘Content Creation Studio’ (via Curbed)
- The Regal Suite (@blushattheregalsuite)
- Old Houses on Instagram (via NYT)
- Kelly Gomez’s “The Forgotten South”
- Photo No-Nos (via Aperture)
- Jason Fulford (@mushroom_collector)
- Photo No-No’s online variety show
- Silver Linings: The Unexpected Beauty of COVID Hair (via New Yorker)
- Comparing 2 Photos of a Kiss: Helmut Newton & Elinor Carucci