Our cover image – ©Olivia Parker, Interior with Pears, 1979 – is just one of the more than 100 photographs included in Order of Imagination: The Photographs of Olivia Parker, which opens at the Peabody Essex Museum July 13 and covers the span of the photographer’s 40-year career.
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.
Still Standing: Hannah Price | Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh
BY Glen Helfand, March 1, 2023
Still Standing, the title of Hannah Price’s recent...
July – August 2010 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra July 1, 2010
As the Walrus said in Lewis Carroll’sThrough the L...
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.
July – August 2007 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra July 1, 2007
For the artist, the world is like Pandora’s box. I...
July – August 2011 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra July 1, 2011
Longer ago than I care to admit, I made my one and...
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.
Jeremy August Haik
BY Adam Ryder, January 1, 2015
Jeremy August Haik, Pediment (diptych), 2014 On ...
Image and Object: Erin Shirreff, Sara VanDerBeek, and Catherine Wagner
BY Glen Helfand, July 1, 2019
Three notable shows in Northern California this summer provide examples of how sculpture, and the idea of sculpture, are explored in photo-based work: Erin Shirreff, Sara VanDerBeek, and Catherine Wagner each make photo-based art and objects that are deeply informed by sculptural concerns.
July – August 2006 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra July 1, 2006
In the world of extreme sports, in-line skaters ar...
July – August 2008 About The Cover
By Jean Dykstra July 1, 2008
What must they look like, these photographs, to pe...
Time Traveling with Gosette Lubondo
BY Elisabeth Biondi, September 30, 2022
The photographer casts herself back in time, to when the DRC was a Belgian colony.