When Hip-Hop Was Young
Sue Kwon photographed the artists whose music would go on to change the world.
February 5, 2022
Alec Soth’s Obsessive Ode to Image-Making
The photographer’s latest book, “A Pound of Pictures,” invites us into his process and asks us to connect the dots.
February 1, 2022
The Humans of Daniel Arnold’s New York
The photographer chronicles the interstitial weirdness of the city and the people in it, who are often too caught up in the busy stream of existence to pause and reflect on their lives.
January 29, 2022
The Dark Purpose Behind a Town Constable’s Journal
Why did a local official, at the turn of the twentieth century, maintain a ledger tracking Chinese residents?
January 28, 2022
A Married Couple’s Pictures of Longing and Repression
Ken Graves and Eva Lipman’s œuvre fixates upon the American social rites that mediate touch, particularly between men.
January 24, 2022
The Continued Calamity at the Border
Migrants from across the region have again filled camps in northern Mexico, where criminals and traffickers prey upon them.
January 18, 2022
The Real Places That Gave Rise to Southern Fictions
Tema Stauffer’s photographs explore how the experience of going somewhere is shaped by your expectations of what you will find.
January 12, 2022
An Undersung Master Portrait Photographer
Judith Joy Ross zeroes in on her subjects’ vulnerability but never exploits it.
January 11, 2022
The Fading Ways of Indigenous Arctic Hunters
Ragnar Axelsson’s portraits from Greenland reveal the effects of climate change on ice floes, sled dogs, and a traditional culture.
December 28, 2021
A Photographer Revisits the Book That Taught Her About Dying
Inspired by an antique photo collection called “Wisconsin Death Trip,” Alessandra Sanguinetti went in search of her own American gothic.
December 18, 2021