Anabelle DeClement’s photographs consider how we interact with the people and places around us—and if we have the capacity to change.

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How a Photographer Connects with His Thai Australian Heritage
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How a Photographer Connects with His Thai Australian Heritage

Nathan Beard’s intimate portraits and embellished images challenge received notions of Thai cultural identity—and its representation in museums.
The Cairo Photographer Whose Studio Became a Dream Machine
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The Cairo Photographer Whose Studio Became a Dream Machine

Beginning in the late 1930s, Van Leo made hundreds of dazzling and uncanny self-portraits. What does his archive tell us about the mysteries of identity?
How a Group of Young Italian Artists Redefined Avant-Garde Photography
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How a Group of Young Italian Artists Redefined Avant-Garde Photography

A landmark exhibition makes the case for the Arte Povera movement’s lasting influence on lens-based conceptual art.
The Cutting Cleverness of Martha Rosler’s Collages
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The Cutting Cleverness of Martha Rosler’s Collages

The feminist artist's early photomontages from the 1960s and '70s present a world both striking and deeply familiar in its critique of patriarchy and consumerism.

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