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.
From dream states to Russian decadence, here are this summer’s must-see photography exhibitions in New York.
In a pioneering new book, Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst document their gender transitions and their lives together.
Celebrated for his studio portraiture in the 1950s, Bamako’s most prominent photographer mastered the elements of style.
Are Israel and the West Bank an oasis, homeland, or colonial state? Twelve photographers set out to describe a contested territory.