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Philip Gefter speaks with Museum of Modern Art’s new chief curator of photography, Quentin Bajac.
Brian Dillon considers the diverse, eccentric collection of photography at London’s Archive of Modern Conflict.
In memory of painter and photographer Saul Leiter, Aperture republishes Eric Banks’s article about his visit with Leiter in his East Village studio.
Isabel Stevens reviews Still: American Silent Motion Picture Photography, David S. Shields’s survey of American photography from cinema’s silent era.
Don’t miss the first NYC solo exhibition of Doug Rickard’s Street View photography.
A slideshow of photographs from Aperture’s 60th anniversary gala.
Artist Brian Bress speaks with Carmen Winant about his work.
A stunning reprint of Rinko Kawauchi’s Illuminance.
An exhibition of vintage Diane Arbus prints at KMR Arts Gallery.
Our choice of the best in online photography news and commentary.
A conversation about photography’s interactions with the world of architecture with Barney Kulok and Joel Smith.
South Street Seaport Museum invites submissions of new works in street photography.
A sixtieth anniversary celebration and reading room launches at Aperture Gallery.
Martin Parr talks about his lifetime photographing at the beach, and how it has culminated in his latest book, Life’s a Beach.
The Google Street View photographer speaks on his reinterpretation of American street photography.
Rare and amazing images from the American West, in a series of National Geographic exhibitions.
The first complete east coast exhibition of “A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters.”
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