Book ReviewHow We See: Photobooks by WomenIn this new photobook anthology and touring exhibition, women take center stage in a tradition that has historically ignored their importance.Read More
How We See: Photobooks by Women
In this new photobook anthology and touring exhibition, women take center stage in a tradition that has historically ignored their importance.
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America in a Trance
Combining punches of color, intense natural light and ironic visuals, this photographer commentates on the gloom of dying industries in the wake of political promise.
The Sweetness of Envy
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Deana Lawson — Aperture Monograph
These photographs contain multitudes — references to African diaspora, complex emotions, unspoken dreams, dignity, pride, love, visible scars, the trappings of household circumstance, the tenderness of generations.
Flowers for Lisa
In his latest series, Abelardo Morell takes a traditional still life subject — a vase of flowers — and pushes and pulls it well beyond the typical boundaries of that genre, with endlessly delightful results.
Nostalgia and Wonder in the Portraits of Beowulf Sheehan
Looking back on Sheehan’s author portraits, we are reminded of the importance of connecting with the faces behind the stories that impact our lives.
A Shaded Path: Intimate Views of Kyrgyzstan
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