Catherine Gund, Shola Lynch, and Franklin Leonard discuss pioneers of cinema, African American archives, and the definitive films about black experience.
On the streets of New York, murals strike back against police brutality.
Was Richard Avedon and James Baldwin’s collaborative photobook a luxury object or a ruthless indictment of American culture?
In America’s sprawling correctional system, how do prisoners and their families represent themselves though photography?
A photographer connects leaders of the civil rights movement to the young activists working today.
The pianist and composer reflects on one of his favorite photographs and the documentation of jazz.
One year after the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, a photographer speaks about her powerful portraits of the victims’ families.
The classical singer, composer, and performance collaborator responds to a magisterial photographic moment.
From the streets of New York and beyond, a democratic vision of humanity.