photography

Photography can be a powerful tool in the right hands. It can document history as it happens, and before we fully understand it; it can show us aspects of ourselves and others that we were…

UTICA, NY… Pictures of people, farms, and the striking landscapes of Central New York populate “Tommy Brown: Upstate,” on view through April 7 in the Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts…

There was a time in the early years of photography when artists debated whether or not the new medium was an artform. Those that argued yes, did so for many of the reasons recognized as…

Art & Object recently had the opportunity to chat with Richard Moore, the President of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD). We spoke to him about his career, the…

Internationally acclaimed artist Tiffany Chung (b. 1969, Đà Nẵng, Vietnam) is known for her multimedia work that explores migration, conflict and shifting geographies in the wake of political and…

 

Driving around the Johannesburg suburb of Fietas, David Goldblatt (1930–2018) tours the region that became a recurring subject in his photography. Goldblatt began photographing Fietas in…

ATLANTA – This spring, the High Museum of Art will present “Way Out There: The Art of Southern Backroads,” an exhibition that celebrates the region’s self-taught artists and…

This photograph of young farmers on their way to a dance was taken in Germany in 1914 by August Sander. Except they weren't farmers. And the dance they were on their way to was World War I.