A pantheon of public figures captured in singular fashion.
The human face of climate change. David M. Roth reports.
Light’s photos document the impact of human activity on the Earth. Maria Porges reports.
Alien and noir-ish scenes bring to the fore photography’s phenomenological properties. Elwyn Pallmerton reports.
Five photographers re-examine the ideas of Man Ray.
This sprawling, ambitious, head-spinning show uses vernacular images to chart photography’s impact, from the beginning to the present.
“He sucked a big sad poem right out of America onto film.” –Jack Kerouac
He integrated modernist ideas about painting into photographic portraiture, making pictures of artists that are iconic.
Emerson merges geometric abstraction with Op; Olson probes the microscopic essences of plants.
Light usually signifies good things, like prosperity and knowledge. But not in Christina Seely’s images. These photos of the “brightest cities on Earth” will make you think twice the next time you flip a light switch.
If you remember the ’60s you weren’t there, goes the saying. But Doug Biggert was there and he remembers, thanks to more than 2,000 photographs that do everything but import the scent of patchouli and pot.
At the heart of documentary photography lies an epistemological conundrum: What do we know and how do we know it?