An extraordinary photobook reveals the lives of persecuted Germans during World War II.
The grandfather of the legendary House of Xtravaganza was known as an artist, activist, and family man.
A recent exhibition considers the legacy of James Baldwin and the civil rights era in photographs.
For the members of the legendary House of Xtravaganza, family is about love, identity, and protection.
From the photographs that inspired Sofia Coppola’s films to Zanele Muholi’s visual activism, here are this year’s highlights in photography and ideas.
In the digital age, locking down a sequence of images in print can seem like an act of resistance.
Hannah Starkey’s cinematic, psychologically astute portraits define the contemporary flaneuse.
Dave Heath’s photographs reveal the pure emotions of midcentury American life.
Should an American publication have tried to “rescue” a boy from poverty?
The artist discusses feminism, photograms, and what it means to “hover” in the world.
From iconic monographs by master photographers, to groundbreaking, never-before-published work, we offer titles for everyone on your holiday list.
Liz Johnson Artur’s intimate workbooks honor communities across the African diaspora.