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What can artists, archivists, and communities learn from historic collections of Native photography?
Campbell Addy and Jamal Nxedlana speak about building international audiences for Black art, culture, and fashion.
In an interview for his new monograph, Fosso spoke with the late curator Okwui Enwezor about his teenage self-portraits and how all his work concerns the question of power.
In her latest photobook, the Japanese photographer discusses self-portraiture as a radical feminist gesture.
Aikaterini Gegisian’s new artist book—made from appropriated images—centers physical pleasure as a form of resistance to capitalism.
How did Nan Goldin’s slideshow with hundreds of images, presented at bars and nightclubs, become an iconic photobook?
And not only during a crisis.
In his glittering portraits, the artist is building an alternate world.
Eli Durst speaks about team-building exercises, suburban Americana, and why his photographs resist interpretation.