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Whether investigations originate in the nineteenth, twentieth, or twenty-first century, the desire to lay bare the unknown is perpetual.
Lisa Oppenheim teases apart the individual steps of picture-making, wringing from the medium’s technical apparatus a surprisingly broad range of meanings.
Photographer Anne Hardy speaks about her new exhibition of photographs and sculptures at Maureen Paley, London.
In this interview, photojournalist Michael Kamber discusses his new book Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq.
A discussion with A New American Picture artist Doug Rickard, Tuesday, October 16 at Aperture Gallery.
A new photography exhibition at Aperture Gallery opens Wednesday, October 17.
Looking at the relationship between the work of two influential street photographers.
Order your limited signed edition of Richard Misrach’s acclaimed Golden Gate series.
Aperture’s traveling photography exhibition is now on view at Palau Robert in Barcelona.
Purchase a ticket and get a limited-edition pre-release copy of Parr’s new book, Life’s a Beach.
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center hosts a visiting artist lecture with Mary Ellen Mark.
The New York Times Lens blog features Lyon’s bucolic wallpaper scenes.
AIGA and Design Observer celebrate the best book design in America.
Celebrating the US launch of A Moment. Master Photographers: Portraits by Michael Somoroff.
Congratulations to An-My Lê and Uta Barth, MacArthur Fellowship recipients.
Be the first to own a copy of Life’s a Beach, Martin Parr’s new deluxe limited-edition photobook.
A brief summary in images and tweets.
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