photography

Filipino-American artist Paul Pfeiffer has been asking audiences to question their relationship with cultural spectacles since the 1990s. In his first major U.S.

Through intimate photographs and the artist's own words, Danelle Manthey’s photographs and accompanying essays recontextualize light displays as more than just holiday kitsch, but as visionary works…
Not the most impressive at first glance, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce's photograph from the window at Le Gras, with its blurred shadow-shapes of trees and buildings, was integral to the development of…
Darkrooms are instrumental in movie plots: tiny rooms, red lights, and photographs hanging from a piece of string. But developing a photograph is not as easy as it looks in the movies.
All employed by LIFE magazine, these women—six of the most important photographers of the past century—contributed to the development of modern photojournalism between the 1930s and the early 1970s.

Fundamental to the art of William Kentridge is charcoal, a simple prehistoric medium that has long anchored his multi-disciplined, intellectually epic body of…

Eight years in the making, this sprawling show of some 350…

As the British-Australian photographer Tim Page confirmed during an interview in 2019: “Vietnam was the first and last war with no censorship.”For some photographers, the search for gory and violent…