December 15th, 2017
The Best Photography Features of 2017
From Aperture’s “Future Gender” issue, Zackary Drucker and Kate Bornstein discuss pioneers, politics, and the next frontier in gender expression.
Three celebrated photographers push the limits of sexuality and surveillance.
Jessica Lynne speaks with the curators behind the Brooklyn Museum’s landmark exhibition about the revolutionary artists who transformed American culture.
The acclaimed photographer pushes self-portraiture into new realms of gender-bending theatricality.
Three young artists discuss the histories, struggles, and complexities of making photographs in America today.
From Aperture’s “Elements of Style” issue, is the world finally ready for Collier Schorr’s women?
Are we living in a state of emergency feminism?
In searing and poetic images, Andrew Tshabangu chronicles Johannesburg in the age of democracy.
In Lauren Greenfield’s chronicle of American wealth, the desire for status is insatiable.
How a small, liberal-arts college became a birthplace of modern photography.
Delighting in male beauty and gender play, a prolific Swiss photographer reinvented the rules of attraction.
LaToya Ruby Frazier and Kellie Jones reflect on political photography from Selma to Flint.
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