We found 356 articles with keyword Portrait
  • Rie Yamada
    In Rie Yamada’s absurd investigation into the family album, the photographer restages family portraits, putting herself in every role. 
  • Jamil Hellu
    By embracing humor while confronting important social issues, this photographer creates multi-faceted portraits about sexual, racial and cultural identity.
  • 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.
  • Michael Christopher Brown
    Following the “Freedom Caravan” that carried Fidel Castro’s remains across Cuba after his death, photographer Michael Christopher Brown offers a revealing portrait of the island nation.
  • Bruce Polin
    Strolling around Prospect Park in Brooklyn with a cart full of photographic gear in tow, Bruce Polin creates revealing, compelling portraits of New York City’s diverse inhabitants.
  • Natalie Krick
    What does it mean to be a beautiful woman? In this book, photographer Natalie Krick plays with the viewer’s expectations and preconceptions about imagery of sensual women.
  • Adam Ferguson
    Portraits of resilience and strength—these young women were captured by Boko Haram and forced to carry suicide bombs. But instead of succumbing to their captors’ torments and committing a violent act, they resisted.
  • Mirjana Vrbaški
    Galvanized by the idea that there is a “right” way to be a woman, this photographer set out to create spare, revealing portraits of her female subjects—all in search of the qualities that connect every gender.
  • National Portrait Gallery
    A review of a first-rate catalogue—filled with compelling stories as well as an overview of photography’s relation to painting and other arts—that accompanied a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London. 
  • Foam Amsterdam
    Characterized by bold patterns and striking studio stylings, this master portrait-maker’s work is currently on view for the first time in the Netherlands. Discover his prolific output as well as a critical look at visual representation of Malian society in the mid-20th century.