An artist investigates the aesthetics of surveillance at home and on the U.S.-Mexico Border.
Isaac Julien’s latest film explores the life and work of a man who believed in the power of photographs to transform American society.
Under-appreciated during her lifetime, physical chemist Rosalind E. Franklin’s mysterious and ground-breaking photograph helped transform the science of genetics.
A long-overdue exhibition expands the canon of gay photography.
Forty years after the Iran’s turbulent political transformation, a look back at the images that captivated the world.
In her latest exhibition, Phoebe Boswell takes self-portraits—and self-healing—to a new level.
How Chuck Shacochis made Edward Furlong into an art star.
The photographer’s psychological portraits cast a unifying light around the world.
What can Robert Bergman teach us about the act of seeing?