photography

Robert Frank: Sideways, a 2017 exhibit at the Bowdoin College Art Museum in Brunswick, takes a straight-on look at lesser-known photographs Frank took between 1941, when he first arrived in the…
The relationship between clothes, self-expression, and social perception has been present in the real and fictional life of humanity for thousands of years.
These incredible images, representing the best in photojournalism from around the world, are stunning for their technical and artistic skill, as well as the stories they tell.
Until recently there was a sense that Diane Arbus’ landmark photography, which was not extensively exhibited during her lifetime, sprung fully formed into existence, rather than through thoughtful…
The Museum of Modern Art in New York City explored the creation of the museum’s extraordinary photography collection and the role of one of the nation’s most important patrons of photography in…
Life magazine visualized a distinctly mid-20th-century American worldview and fundamentally shaped modern ideas about photography.
For more than four decades, photographer Dawoud Bey has documented life in America through his poignant images of marginalized communities.

A conversation with Eve Schillo, Assistant Curator, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Beth Harris.

Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907, photograph, 33.34 x 26.51 cm (includes black…