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PhotographyApril 01, 2020
Shortcuts to the world that nobody else can see

Higbee takes us for a walk down the winding career path of a street photographer. One that has no shortcuts. Ok, maybe a few. But not the ones you think of.

PhotographyMarch 11, 2020
The idea of movement

By focusing on the idea of movement rather than movement itself, the London-based photographer captures the bodies of dancers and performers like no other.

PhotographyMarch 10, 2020
A vagabond with a camera

Using photography as a tool for social change, Holdt has become renowned for his “American Pictures” series portraying American society’s inequality.

PhotographyMarch 03, 2020
A Black visual utopia

Come celebrate Black beauty and culture at the photographer’s first solo show in the US, on view until May 18 at NYC’s International Center of Photography.

PhotographyFebruary 27, 2020
The space between breaths

Singapore-born photographer Arabelle Zhuang exposes the crucial importance of diverse topics that had an impact on her rise as an artist and individual.

PhotographyFebruary 04, 2020
Gender fluidity and limitlessness

Exploring gender fluidity and limitlessness through photography, the Tilda Swinton-guest curated exhibition lands on SF’s McEvoy Foundation on February 7.

PhotographyFebruary 03, 2020
What is reality?

Through the works of Alejandro Chaskielberg, Edouard Taufenbach and Danila Tkachenko, Almanaque gallery in Mexico explores the endless myriad of realities.

PhotographyJanuary 30, 2020
Immortalizing the Yanomami

Meet the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous groups, through the lens of the photographer, who’s been by their side for almost fifty years.

PhotographyJanuary 24, 2020
The body and its endless possibilities

How little is needed before something becomes, feels and is perceived as unnatural? Discover Sebastian T. Thorsted & Jasko Bobar’s answer in Copenhagen.

PhotographyJanuary 15, 2020
Nothing to prove, nothing to hide

In a repressive society and a restrictive culture, the Indonesian artist has found in photography a way to turn traumas, fears and aspirations into art.

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