In the 1970s, Mimi Plumb began photographing adolescent life and the bleached-out landscapes of California. Her suspenseful new book foretells the disasters of the present—and the future.
Susan Meiselas, Alec Soth, Nan Goldin, and others reflect on the life and work of a legendary photo editor and poet.
Ten years after protests ignited across North Africa and the Middle East, how can artists give meaning to revolution?
Nan Goldin, Native America, and how to be a photographer in the age of COVID-19—here are this year's highlights in photography and ideas.