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Getty Museum Mounts First Major U.S. Retrospective of Josef Koudelka in Over 25 Years
From the Iron Curtain to the West Bank wall
Larry Clark Pop-Up Show Travels to Los Angeles
Larry Clark, whose prints often sell for tens of thousands of dollars and are included in the collections of museums...
Gordon Parks’ return to Fort Scott
“My sense is that if it had run it would have been a very nuanced photo essay.”
On the Wall: ‘Take Ten’ Explores a Woman’s Perspective
What are the most critical issues facing women today? A new photography exhibit addressing that very overwhelming question opens tomorrow...
On the Wall: Weegee Goes to the Movies
Playful, rarely-seen infrared pictures by the renowned crime scene photographer
On the Wall: December 2014
The month's best photography exhibitions
Ruven Afanador’s Captivating Portraits of the Men of Flamenco
Ruven Afanador’s love affair with flamenco started long before he ever caught an actual performance. As a child living in...
Must See: Books and Shows For Fall 2014
Portraits By Martin Schoeller teNeues $125 Shooting for magazines including The New Yorker and Rolling Stone, Martin Schoeller made a...
On the Wall: October 2014
From Here to There: Alec Soth’s America Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI, Sept. 14 – Jan. 4, 2015...
On the Wall: Sebastião Salgado’s Pristine Planet
In a word, “Genesis” is stunning, but the new Sebastião Salgado exhibit that opened last week at ICP has a...