Meet this year’s shortlist jury, featuring Amanda Maddox, Joanna Milter, and Drew Sawyer.
How Mexican photographers are pushing new visions for the medium.
Zora J Murff reflects on the intertwined legacies of segregation and violence in Black communities.
Drawing from a Chicago photography collection, the writer continues his interest in presenting the beauty of black skin.
Between Long Island, El Salvador, and Peru, an American Family’s Emotional Reunion.
An exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery captures the dizzying array of post-independence African photography.
Matthew Finn’s photographs of London art students summon the innocent days of the 1990s.
In his latest book, the photographer asks how news media grapple with fiction and lies in the “post-truth” era.
The acclaimed multimedia artist speaks about her poetic call to action on behalf of the world’s oceans—and why Robert Frank and Mary Ellen Mark loom large.
Ugo Mulas captured the swinging 1960s art world defined by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and Robert Rauschenberg.
Meet the twenty-three artists asking how photographs can define the diversity of urban experience today.