photography

In a new body of work from Dawoud Bey, the prolific portrait photographer explores blackness from a new angle: landscapes set at twilight. Night Coming Tenderly, Black, originally…

Coming to theaters in March, 2019, Mapplethrope explores the life and times of famed photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, who died of AIDS-related complications in 1989, at the height of his…

Photographer Erik James Montgomery has a studio in a former fire station in the downtown area of what's often called America's most dangerous city, Camden, NJ. In addition to having a successful…

I'm not a photographer of architecture; I see my work as portraits of spaces.
—Candida Höfer

As soon as you enter the first gallery at…

In this rare interview, photographer Robert Frank discusses his seminal book The Americans (1958). He reflects on specific images from the series and gives insight into his process at the…

Robert Mapplethorpe (1946–1989), one of the most critically acclaimed yet controversial American artists of the late…

The photographs of Graciela Iturbide not only bear witness to Mexican society but express an intense personal and poetic lyricism about her native country. One of the most influential…

Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce Catherine Opie’s next exhibition with the gallery, The Modernist. The photography series and related film—Opie’s first—offer a distinct narrative arc…