Ã?milie Régnier Across Borders
April 24, 2017
In 2013, a frightening experience in Northern Mali forced photographer Émilie Régnier to rethink her career.
America’s Front Line
February 17, 2017
Peter van Agtmael’s photographs show us the surreal landscape of the United States post-9/11.
Most Wanted: Charlotte Tilbury K.I.S.S.I.N.G. Lipstick in Love Bite
January 4, 2017
Charlotte Tilbury’s K.I.S.S.I.N.G. lipstick can brighten the next few dreary months with our favorite shade, “Love Bite.”
December 27, 2016
Nancy Borowick’s mother Laurel and father Howie were both diagnosed with stage-four cancer when she was in her twenties. As a nearly involuntary response, she took out her camera.
Discovery: Alexandra Savior
December 6, 2016
Alexandra Savior insists on not fitting into an industry-made mold.
Carrie Mae Weems and a Shifting Stage
November 4, 2016
Carrie Mae Weems likens her newest body of work, “Scenes & Take,” to an accordion that’s still unfolding, revealing more layers and more complexities.
Roe Ethridge’s Temporalities
October 16, 2016
“Nearest Neighbors,” Roe Ethridge’s current mid-career retrospective at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, explores the Miami-born photographer’s consistent style: No matter the subject, he plays with temporality, incorporating cataloging, repetition, and layers.
Eugene Richards and American Poverty
October 5, 2016
Eugene Richards combines photographs and written personal narratives, forcing the viewer to face the realities of those living under the poverty line.