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From "Documentary, Expanded", Lev Manovich discusses the emerging field of social-media visualization.
For "Documentary, Expanded", Teru Kuwayama discusses Basetrack, Afghanistan, and the advantages of social media reporting.
Susan Meiselas discusses how documentary photographers can respond to a transformed media environment.
Jacob King reviews "What is a Photograph?", on view at International Center of Photography through May 4, 2014.
A new limited-edition photograph from Manuel Geerinck. Now available online.
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.
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