A trio of photobooks about domestic life reveals the home as a site of humor, performance, and self-fulfillment.
For decades, medical images have been subjected to selective editing to create disturbing visions about the perils of abortion. But in the post-Roe era, how should pro-choice advocates handle visual representations?
In 2021, Charles Thiefaine began photographing the Indian Ocean island of Socotra, capturing the seeming bliss of the landscape amid the backdrop of political conflict.
Two recent photobooks offer up nostalgia for the dance floor—and imagine the hedonism of a post-pandemic future.
In a new photobook drawn from the Hujar archives and her own work, Davey shows how we build a sense of who we are through adulation.
In her inventive new photobook, the British photographer celebrates the life and rituals along the banks of England’s famous river.
Smith built one of the most influential fashion brands of the 1980s. An exhibition illustrates the breadth of his talents—and the limits of how fashion is chronicled.
With its impressive roll-call of photographers from Nan Goldin to Catherine Opie, Nest magazine celebrated self-invention.
For some men, masculinity is a habit or an addiction—a promise of power. But in the #MeToo era, can “liberation” be found through photography?
If fashion photography is defined by artifice, why does the industry crave rawness and reality?
In Cecil Beaton’s glittering world, everyone was dressed up with somewhere to go.
Matthew Finn’s photographs of London art students summon the innocent days of the 1990s.
How Chuck Shacochis made Edward Furlong into an art star.
Are fashion photographers responsible for producing truthful images?
Summer 2023, “Being & Becoming: Asian in America”