©Malick Sidibé, Portrait of Miss Kante Sira, 1964, printed 2007. Courtesy L. Parker Stephenson Photographs; included in Portraits, on view at the gallery through February 16.
January – February 2012 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra January 1, 2012
If Vivian Maier had not existed, it would have bee...
Best of 2016
BY Vince Aletti, December 16, 2016
Formed in 1963 by 11 photographers who recognized the necessity of “a forum to address the underrepresentation of African Americans in their field,” the Kamoinge Workshop gave its members a sense of solidarity and support in a period when black Americans were the frequent subject of mainstream media coverage but rarely its author.
Ruben Natal-San Miguel
BY Jean Dykstra, April 21, 2020
Ruben Natal-San Miguel was on his way to Postmasters Gallery in Tribeca from his home in Harlem with the last two photographs for his exhibition Women R Beautiful when he got word that New York City’s mayor had closed all non-essential businesses to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
By Jean Dykstra November 1, 2022
Linda Troeller, whose work is on view at the Museum of Sex in New York City, responds to five questions from photograph.
January – February 2009 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra January 1, 2009
According to Degas, “Nothing in art should seem ac...
Zora J Murff
BY Jean Dykstra, November 10, 2020
Zora J Murff’s series At No Point in Between is a slow burn of a project. Based in the historically Black neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska, his portraits, landscape images, and found photographs build upon each other to form a quietly devastating indictment of the multiple ways that violence is inflicted on Black communities.
January – February 2008 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra January 1, 2008
When a person sees me for the first time, they wil...
January – February 2005 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra January 1, 2005
For 29 years as curator of photography at The Muse...
January – February 2010 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra January 1, 2010
Just a few years ago, it seems, Lenny Kravitz conj...
Eight Photographs. Eight Ways to Contemplate the Climate Crisis
BY Giada De Agostinis, January 6, 2020
In a special feature, photograph magazine asked eight professionals in the field of photography to each select a single photograph related to the climate crisis that resonated with them in the last year.
Tracey Moffatt: Portals at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York City
BY Barbara Pollack, January 14, 2020
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November – December 2019 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra November 1, 2019
In celebration of Fraenkel Gallery’s 40th annivers...