A Double View of the World from Inside Mosques
In Marwan Bassiouni’s “New Western Views,” the windows of Muslim houses of worship provide an unfamiliar framing for ordinary sights.
February 27, 2023
The Life and Death of a Ukrainian Photographer
Maksym Levin started documenting war “to become famous.” After seeing conflict up close, his motivations shifted.
February 25, 2023
The Impact of Russian Missile Strikes on Ukraine’s Power Grid
The Kremlin wagered that by depriving Ukrainians of electricity—and heat and water—during wintertime, they would sap the country’s resolve.
February 20, 2023
How America’s Most Cherished Photographer Learned to See
For five decades, Stephen Shore has remade our vision of the country, largely by remaking his own.
February 17, 2023
A Landscape Shared by Native Americans and the One Per Cent
The Shinnecock photographer Jeremy Dennis was inspired by Noam Chomsky’s view of zombie movies when he set out to tell the long and violent story of his peoples’ stolen homeland.
February 17, 2023
An Outlier to the Pictures Generation Gets Her Due
Ellen Carey’s kaleidoscopic self-portraits put her out of synch with many of her peers. As her work has evolved, the times have caught up.
February 13, 2023
A Turkish Photographer’s Tribute to the Girls of Quranic Schools
In the book “Hafiz,” Sabiha Çimen depicts young Muslims forming their own “playground of the imagination.”
February 4, 2023
Richard Avedon’s Naked Murals
A new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum showcases the terrific physical presence of a trio of the photographer’s large-scale works.
January 29, 2023
Samuel Fosso’s Century in Selfies
The photographer uses his own body—and a little help from the Pope’s tailor—to chronicle Black history.
January 21, 2023
A Parisian Wanderer with a Humanist Lens
Pierre Verger traced and retraced paths through the U.S. and elsewhere while staying alert to beauty in all its forms.
January 18, 2023