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Art - PhotographySeptember 15, 2023
Raising Funds Through Art

After a week since Morocco was hit by a catastrophic earthquake that has affected over 30,000 people, twenty-six photographers launch a print sale to help.

Fashion - PhotographySeptember 12, 2023
Lightness of being

For the first time in Sweden, Fotografiska Stockholm brings together over 100 artworks by the trailblazer photographer and creator of the supermodels.

PhotographySeptember 01, 2023
Inspired by home

Khedekar’s “Tamasha” photo book depicts the Dalit people and the traditional Tamasha dance, a cultural movement inviting thousands of Dalit families.

PhotographyAugust 30, 2023
The bad new ones

Oliver Chanarin’s solo debut photo book, “A Perfect Sentence”, published by Loose Joints, exists “in the spirit of something that will always be unfinished.”

PhotographyAugust 29, 2023
The beauty behind the lens

Six contemporary photographers, from Paul Mpagi Sepuya to Deanna Templeton, exhibit at SFMOMA their special affinity and connection with their subjects.

Fashion - PhotographyAugust 15, 2023
Photographic Treasures of the 20th Century

After acquiring the Condé Nast Archives, the Pinault Collection exhibits over 400 works by Newton, Penn, Arbus or Steichen in Venice's Palazzo Grassi.

PhotographyAugust 09, 2023
Perception vs. Reality

American photographer Tod Papageorge travelled the country to explore Los Angeles. Stumbling upon a beach, he took out his camera and captured the moment.

PhotographyAugust 03, 2023
AI: pain and pleasure

Chinese photographer Lean Lui captures the essence of AI in society. Intriguing yet frightening, we see high potential and possible horrors in “Cyber Doll”.

PhotographyAugust 01, 2023
Quality over quantity

His new photo book, “All the Past We Leave Behind” proves being a nomad is a fulfilling escape from the stereotypical oppressive American workplace.

PhotographyJuly 27, 2023
A closer look at relationships

If you’ve ever been in love and heartbroken, this show including the works of Collier Schorr, Araki, and Nan Goldin a is for you. In NYC until Sept 11.

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