The Biennale Embracing Fear and Ambiguity in Photography

Ahead of an ambitious exhibition in Germany, curator David Campany speaks about the lives of images.

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A Photographer’s Chronicle of Indigenous Life in Brazil

Throughout her career, Claudia Andujar has always experimented with visual language to portray her country’s most pressing cultural questions.

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In Harry Gruyaert’s Radical Street Photography, Color is the Defining Element

No matter where he turns his eye, the Belgian photographer constantly explores of the potential of color in a seemingly colorless urban world.

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Picturing Utopia, From Shakers to Hippie Communes

Chris Jennings traces a visual record of American longing and discontent.

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Dreamlike Photographs of Life Among the Trees

Clare Richardson and David Spero document communities embedded in nature—and search for the promised land.

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A Photographer’s Intimate Portraits of East Village Art Stars

In the early 1980s, Tim Greathouse photographed David Wojnarowicz, Greer Lankton, and Jimmy DeSana—and captured New York’s downtown scene before the destruction of AIDS.

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Laia Abril: Research, Narratives, and Platforms

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Join artist Laia Abril for a two-day workshop to learn the best strategies and practices to use when developing a long-term project. Abril, whose research-based work revolves around the conceptualization and interpretation of facts, will teach participants how to enhance the investigation and construction of a photographic narrative. Trained as a journalist, and through her experience as a photographer, bookmaker, and art director, Abril has developed a collaborative creative method to construct, analyze, and refine narratives across a number of different platforms. Examples of her work methodology will encourage participants to think laterally about their own projects. This workshop will…

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In This Film Series, Queer Sex Is Front and Center

From Andy Warhol to Marlon Riggs, MoMA presents film as a radical expression of sexuality and activism.

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Photographing Tupac, Biggie, and Everything in Between

Dana Lixenberg revisits her portraits of pop-culture icons and everyday citizens.

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