A recent exhibition considers the legacy of James Baldwin and the civil rights era in photographs.
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.
Matthew Leifheit conjures history and fantasy in the fabled gay enclave.
Kitsch and pleasure in the information age.
In an interview, the visual activist speaks about courage, rethinking history, and the politics of exclusion.
From biohacking to vitamins, photographer Matthieu Gafsou’s latest series questions the relationship between human bodies and technology.
When Soviet troops invaded Czechoslovakia’s capital in August 1968, Josef Koudelka was one of the first on the scene.
Shani Jamila, Larry Ossei-Mensah, and Teju Cole discuss travel, mobility, and the meaning of images.