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In the 1950s, no U.S. publisher would touch Klein’s photobook about the city. But six decades later, his teeming vision of New York has become an icon of postwar popular culture.
The German artist surveyed advertisements, reportage, fashion, and art history, assembling a remarkable report on human gestures.
The photographer’s psychological portraits cast a unifying light around the world.
In dizzying sequences, the irreverent photographer embraces risk and failure.
In the digital age, locking down a sequence of images in print can seem like an act of resistance.
Mahtab Hussain’s tender portraits question the image of South Asian Muslim men in Britain.
How do filmmakers such as Jean-Luc Godard and Sofia Coppola translate moving images to the printed page?…
Justine Kurland crossed the United States in a weathered van, pursuing a chronicle of American Drifters.
Crossing the United States in her beat-up van, Justine Kurland pictures America’s tangled sense of itself.
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