Andrea L. Volpe

On the 150th Anniversary of Edward Curtis' birth, his famously beautiful photographs of Native Americans are being seen in a new light
In a comprehensive retrospective at the Met, David Hockney examines what style means in modernism, and in particular what it means to Hockney, demonstrating the artist's originality as well…
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 exhibit showcases the artists shortlisted for this prestigious prize–Sophie Calle, Awoiska van der Molen, Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, who work…
Looking at Avedon’s mid-century portraits feels like his camera was at once a laser beam and a spotlight, seeing presciently through the haze of history.
American and Photographic History on Display at the Museum of Modern Art.
This small, spare show of forged-steel sculptures and recent drawings is a concentrated lesson in Serra’s two main bodies of work.

Thomas Struth’s recent explorations of the natural and high-tech worlds are on display in a show of work that has not been previously exhibited in the United States.  

Robert Frank: Sideways, on exhibit at the Bowdoin College Art Museum in Brunswick, Maine, through January 29, takes a straight-on look at lesser-known photographs Frank took between 1941, when he…