Elisabeth Biondi explores the photographs in Matt Leifheit’sFire Island Nightsseries, which she calls “an allusive document of gay life on the island …. Flamboyant in their expression of pleasure, gloomy in their sense of foreboding.”
Matthew Pillsbury: Nate and Me
BY Jean Dykstra, March 8, 2014
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BY Jean Dykstra, May 5, 2020
When photographer Endia Beal was teaching at Winston-Salem State University, one of the historically black colleges and universities, her students regularly talked to her about what they were experiencing in job interviews.
BY Adam Ryder, March 1, 2015
Stanford Bunny (x2), 2013 Matthew Gamber’s uniqu...
Liz Johnson Artur
BY Lyle Rexer, July 1, 2019
Diane Arbus famously remarked that making a p...
Interview: Michelle Dunn Marsh and Sylvia Plachy
BY Jean Dykstra, March 1, 2021
Michelle Dunn Marsh, the founder of Minor Matters, the Seattle-based photography book publisher, has championed many photographers over the years.
BY Jean Dykstra, September 6, 2018
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Catherine Opie: O at LACMA / Catherine Opie: Portraits at the Hammer Museum / Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road at the Museum of Contemporary Art
BY Catherine Wagley, March 14, 2016
“We thought, ‘Let’s have a Cathy Opie moment in 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.
Susan Rankaitis: Grey Matters at Robert Mann Gallery, New York
BY Lyle Rexer, June 19, 2017
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The Metaphysical Momentum of Wolfgang Tillmans
BY Stephen Frailey, September 29, 2022
A sprawling exhibition at MoMA presents Wolfgang Tillmans’s work as a democratic gesture and a narrative of inclusion.
Matthew Porter: Greet the Dust
BY Catherine Wagley, October 5, 2013
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Diane Arbus: In the Beginning at the Met Breuer
BY Lyle Rexer, August 20, 2016
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