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Spanning decades, an exhibition of the iconic photographer's work in India reveals the fraught nature of photojournalism.
From Allan Sekula, dreams and illusions of the postwar American economy.
A major retrospective surveys the photographer's career and social activism.
With relentless optimism, the artist considers the value of mediocrity.
In Europe and the United States, Stéphane Duroy charts the course of “big” history.
Jo Spence rejected categorizing labels of her work and practice and preferred to wander.
The influential photographer, who once worked for JCPenney’s, riffs on nostalgic Americana.
A girl-powered social media movement becomes an interactive exhibition.
At the Getty, photography holds up a mirror to the media.
Marilyn Minter brings her brand of glittery feminism to the Brooklyn Museum.
What role have images played in our collective memory of protest?
In the late 1970s, Mary Lucier pointed her camera at the sun and broke the rules of a new medium.
In his staged, gel-lit nudes, Jimmy DeSana explored the body as object.
In a region where women are regarded as an economic burden, Gauri Gill photographs girls in acts of quiet daring.
A collective of artists reimagines contemporary Greece.
In Eritrea, a young photographer pursues a cinematic vision.
At the Columbus Museum of Art, photographers look to the light in the sky.
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