Buck Ellison creates deliberately artificial depictions of wealth and aspiration, crafted with the precision of commercial shoots.
Ross has been called one of the greatest portrait photographers in the history of the medium. As a long-overdue retrospective opens in Europe, a new generation will witness her radical belief in the individual.
A new publication of Gedney’s work shows why his lyrical images deserve a closer look.
The late photographer, who left behind more than two million images, spent her life in search of the elusive iconic frame.
Susan Meiselas, Alec Soth, Nan Goldin, and others reflect on the life and work of a legendary photo editor and poet.
Photographers Tom Kiefer and Alejandro Cartagena portray unseen lives, migrant journeys, and the disparity between reality and myth.
With its vivid color, indelible characters, and documentation of a pre-gentrified New York City, Goldin’s photography is a readymade mood board.
Mitch Epstein discusses Standing Rock, the American flag, and the moment he saw Mount Rushmore cry.
Susan Lipper, Kristine Potter, and Justine Kurland deconstruct the mythology of the Wild West.
In her latest series, Alex Prager conjures the drama of Golden Age Hollywood.
Ear Hustle podcast creator Nigel Poor uncovers a trove of photographs at California’s most infamous prison.
Zoe Leonard’s retrospective investigates the politics of image making.
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