The celebrated photojournalist James Nachtwey has covered global conflicts for four decades. But in his current retrospective, politics is an afterthought.
Bouchra Khalili wants to make a platform for migrant and minority voices—but when do images become theater?
An exhibition at the Getty deconstructs an identity crisis in contemporary photography.
In a new exhibition, Jonathas de Andrade confronts his country’s complicated past and present.
A new museum in Morocco becomes a destination for contemporary art.
Zoe Leonard’s retrospective investigates the politics of image making.
For more than fifty years, the South African photographer has documented the structures of a divided society.
At the Museum of Sex, a new look at the prolific—and provocative—Japanese photographer.
A group exhibition in Paris navigates documentary strategies in a directionless world.