From modern dance to postwar portraits, here are this fall’s must-see exhibitions in New York.
In film and photography, the genre-defying artist confronted American life in the Atomic Age.
Kaja Silverman revises the history of a deceptive medium.
In San Francisco, the author of the controversial novel A Little Life stages an exhibition about loneliness and beauty.
A new exhibition at the Met Breuer, featuring previously unseen prints, reveals the early impulses of a modern master.
In the 1960s, East German border troops photographed the entire length of the Berlin Wall. Fifty years later, a new book brings a secret archive to light.
An exhibition in Philadelphia explores African cities through street photography and portraiture.
In a retrospective at LE BAL in Paris, Gerard Petrus Fieret’s subversive images reveal the libertine atmosphere of 1960s Europe.