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  1. From Boys to Men in the South Bronx , Today

    In “Haven,” Sarah Blesener looked beyond stereotypical portrayals of the South Bronx as she photographed a group of lifelong friends coming of age.

  2. A Holiday Gift Guide for Hardcover Fans Metropolitan, Yesterday

    This season, there is a wide selection of coffee-table books that capture different sides of the city that never sleeps.

  3. A Modeling Rite of Passage, Unmasked Styles, Yesterday

    A new exhibition of photographs by Juergen Teller exposes the truth of young women on their go-sees.

  4. ‘Crazy Jigsaw Puzzles’ Improve Our Views of Coral Reefs Science, November 22

    An analysis of 3D photomosaics of reefs in the Pacific Ocean could help scientists better understand the health of coral around the world.

  5. Stephen Shore’s MoMA Survey Shows a Restless Reformer as a Master of Photography Weekend, November 22

    The Museum of Modern Art offers a commanding retrospective of five decades of Stephen Shore’s groundbreaking work.

  6. Cropping Photos With Mac Preview Business, November 22

    The free image editor that Apple includes with its Macs can do a lot of things, including trimming out unwanted parts of your photos.

  7. Behind the Cover: 11.26.17 Magazine, November 22

    In this issue, the iconic Spike Lee revisited.

  8. Fairytale Photos of Everyday Life , November 22

    After surviving a car accident, Cig Harvey set out to photograph her relationship with life itself, drawing on her family, mystery and a sense of wonder.

  9. What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week Weekend, November 21

    New shows focus on Emma Amos’s women of many colors, McArthur Binion’s “DNA Series” and Torbjorn Rodland’s arresting photographs.

  10. Congo’s Youth Find Peace in a Violent Land , November 21

    In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Thomas de Wouters sought to document a growing youth movement devoted to nonviolence.

  11. Paris Hilton Said She Invented the Selfie. We Set Out to Find the Truth. Styles, November 20

    The hotel heiress tweeted that she and Britney Spears had pioneered the method in 2006. Here’s our investigation.

  12. In Search of the American Family , November 20

    An upcoming show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston explores the idea of family: from the ones shown in portraits to the fleeting glimpses of the photographer whose own family is back home, waiting.

  13. In High School Darkrooms, Shedding Light on a Vintage Craft Metro, November 19

    Film photography has become a popular class offering in Manhattan high schools, as younger generations embrace vintage technology.

  14. What War Can’t Destroy Styles, November 18

    Years of conflict have torn at the seams of Juba, South Sudan. But the city’s people hold their heads high.

  15. In Connecticut, a Quintessential Christmas Travel, November 18

    Caryn B. Davis, a photographer, captures the warmth of the winter holiday season in her new book “A Connecticut Christmas.”

  16. Behind the Cover: 11.19.17 Magazine, November 17

    In this issue, an investigation into the true civilian death count in Iraq.

  17. In the 1990s, New York’s Nightlife Found a New Beat , November 16

    Underground was out. Flash, velvet ropes and Gatsby-like decadence were in. Catherine McGann was there to photograph it.

  18. News Photography That Steps Back From Grief and Crime Scenes Insider, November 16

    “I am looking for ways to explore the periphery, away from the media pack.”

  19. A Photo of Billy the Kid Bought for $10 at a Flea Market May Be Worth Millions National, November 16

    Experts say it’s a rare, valuable tintype of the famous outlaw, with Pat Garrett, the man who later killed him.

  20. A Photographer and Her Subject Share a Journey Over the Decades , November 16

    In “An Autobiography of Miss Wish,” Nina Berman tells the story of Kimberly Stevens, a survivor of sex trafficking and child pornography, whom Ms. Berman has known since meeting her in London 27 years ago.

  21. The History of Photography is a History of Shattered Glass Magazine, November 15

    In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, photography’s long engagement with broken windows took on a new, sorrowful meaning.

  22. Marlene Dietrich in Photos: A Study in Contrasts Culture, November 15

    Two exhibitions, one in Washington, the other in Paris, explore how the actress sought to express the many facets of her fluid personality.

  23. A New Museum for an Old Colony, Puerto Rico , November 15

    “The Museum of the Old Colony” is a photo-based installation exploring the complicated – and unequal – relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States.

  24. Some Things T Editors Like Right Now T Style, November 14

    A roundup of things T editors — and our contributors — are excited about on a given week.

  25. Overnight in Walmart Parking Lots: Silence, Solace and Refuge National, November 14

    Walmart’s practice of letting people populate many of its parking lots has made the retail giant’s stores a reliable destination and a place where an informal culture emerges before and after dark.

  26. Flights of Fancy: Photographing the World’s Plane Watchers , November 14

    Mindaugas Kavaliauskas has traveled to more than a dozen cities around the world to photograph airplane spotters who gather around airports.

  27. Patrick Nagatani, Photographer Famous for Collages, Dies at 72 Obits, November 13

    His constructions captured the legacies of nuclear weaponry and his parents’ internment in camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II.

  28. Valuable Photographs Are Stolen From MoMA PS1 — Then Mailed Back Culture, November 13

    Two photographs by Carolee Schneemann valued at $105,000 disappeared, but were returned without explanation. The police are investigating the burglary.

  29. Why Richard Avedon’s Work Has Never Been More Relevant Arts & Leisure, November 13

    The photographer’s social conscience, revealed in a show at Pace/MacGill and a new edition of “Nothing Personal,” deepens his enduring legacy.

  30. Why Fashion Can’t Stop Looking North Styles, November 13

    An exhibition celebrating the north of England and its residents’ influence on photography, fashion and art has opened in London.

  31. Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: Capturing the Elusive Robert Frank Book Review, November 12

    R J Smith’s “American Witness” is a biography of the pioneering photographer and filmmaker.

  32. Behind the Cover: 11.12.17 Magazine, November 10

    In this issue, a look at life beyond the steering wheel.

  33. Is This Really the Bluesman Robert Johnson? , November 10

    Zeke Schein says a vintage photo he discovered on eBay may be that of Robert Johnson, the legendary bluesman who up to now has appeared in only two surviving images.

  34. Is This Really the Bluesman Robert Johnson? Slideshow, November 10

    Zeke Schein says a vintage photo he discovered on eBay may be that of Robert Johnson, the legendary bluesman who up to now has appeared in only two surviving images.

  35. Malick Sidibé’s Mali: Scenes of a Rollicking Night Life Culture, November 10

    An exhibition at the Cartier Foundation in Paris shows how this renowned photographer captured the wild night life of Bamako, Mali, in the 1960s and ’70s.

  36. Pete Souza Photographed the Obama Presidency. Now He Helps People Remember It. Washington, November 9

    Mr. Souza’s photo retrospectives, often laced with tongue-in-cheek captions and commentary, began during President Trump’s first week in the White House.

  37. On Stephen Shore, and Looking for America T Style, November 9

    Five American writers respond to his photography, soon to be displayed in a retrospective at MoMA.

  38. Putting a Face to a Comment: The New Online Crusaders , November 8

    Kyrre Lien, a photographer based in Oslo, combed through tens of thousands of online comments to photograph the lives of internet debaters from around the world.

  39. Putting a Face to a Comment: The New Online Crusaders Slideshow, November 8

    Kyrre Lien, a photographer based in Oslo, combed through tens of thousands of online comments to photograph the lives of internet debaters from around the world.

  40. The Nelson-Atkins Museum Acquires 800 Photographs Culture, November 8

    The museum, in Kansas City, Mo., has been adding the photos using a $10 million gift from the Hall Family Foundation, it announced Wednesday.

  41. Walker Evans’s Cuba, via Ernest Hemingway , November 7

    To ensure his photos would not be confiscated by authorities, Walker Evans entrusted a trove of 46 prints made in 1933 Havana to his friend — Ernest Hemingway.

  42. Walker Evans’s Cuba, via Ernest Hemingway Slideshow, November 7

    To ensure they would not be confiscated by authorities, Walker Evans entrusted a trove of 46 prints made in 1933 Havana to his friend — Ernest Hemingway.

  43. Coed Sports Learning, November 7

    Do you think women and men should compete against each other in sports?

  44. Mel Rosenthal, Photographer Who Captured the Bronx, Dies at 77 Obits, November 6

    Mr. Rosenthal’s images of the South Bronx from the 1970s and ’80s documented an area in distress, but they emphasized the survival of the human spirit.

  45. Mel Rosenthal, Seeking Justice With a Camera , November 6

    Mel Rosenthal, the photographer and teacher whose “In the South Bronx of America” showcased his passion for the underdog, is remembered by Ricky Flores, one of his many former students.

  46. Your Week in Culture: Jimmie Durham, Bruno Mars, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Onstage Arts & Leisure, November 3

    Also the week of Nov. 5: a Rolling Stone documentary on HBO; and a Dominick Argento concert at Carnegie Hall.

  47. Behind the Cover: 11.05.17 Magazine, November 3

    In this issue, a look at the Democratic Party’s murky first year without Barack Obama.

  48. Joseph Rodriguez’s El Barrio in the ’80s , November 3

    A new book revisits Joseph Rodriguez’s first project, a yearslong look at El Barrio, which was once the heart of New York’s Puerto Rican community.

  49. Virginia Thoren, Artful Fashion Photographer, Dies at 97 Obits, November 2

    An advertising designer with no formal training in photography, Ms. Thoren chased beauty with a camera using natural light and realistic settings.

  50. Holiday Photos? Don’t Say ‘Cheese’ Well, November 2

    Nine tips for how to calmly handle a family holiday photo session.

  51. A Storytelling Revival in Mississippi , November 2

    To honor the bicentennial of Mississippi’s statehood, residents throughout the state are telling the stories of their own communities with photographs using the 21st century technology of smartphones.

  52. Trump’s Official Portrait Resembles a Smiley Emoji Styles, November 1

    The photograph presents a very different image than previous ones he has used.

  53. The Unseen Julia Child , November 1

    While Julia Child was capturing France through its cuisine, it was that same French magic that inspired her husband, Paul, to capture the country through photography.

  54. The Unseen Julia Child Slideshow, November 1

    While Julia Child was capturing France through its cuisine, it was that same French magic that inspired her husband, Paul, to capture the country through photography.

  55. Vivian Maier, Through a Clearer Lens Culture, October 31

    Pamela Bannos’s biography sees past the myth of one of the 20th century’s great photographers.

  56. The Untold Quiet of Kurdish Iraq , October 31

    Lam Duc-Hien, a Vietnamese photographer, first imagined Iraq to be full of tanks and violence. But after documenting the Kurdish region of Iraq for more than two decades, he found something very different.

  57. ‘So Long, Bobby’: New Exhibit Looks Back at Robert Kennedy’s Funeral Train Culture, October 30

    “The Train: RFK’s Last Journey” will blend historical footage and crowdsourced snapshots of the trip from New York City to Washington, D.C.

  58. Quirky Photos of Small Town Halloween , October 30

    For several years, Timothy Archibald has photographed how his neighbors in El Sobrante, Calif., celebrate Halloween.

  59. The Perfect Woman to Paint Michelle Obama Op Ed, October 28

    Portraits of black people don’t need to be confrontational or symbolic.

  60. How We Find Our Way to the Dead Op Ed, October 28

    The ghosts of a culture are shaped by its machines.

  61. ‘Terry Richardson Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg’ Styles, October 27

    As fashion magazines and brands distance themselves from the photographer, insiders say the problem is a lot bigger than one man.

  62. Behind the Cover: 10.29.17 Magazine, October 27

    In this issue, a bounty of food, elegance and just plain fun.

  63. Live Event: A Conversation With Two New York Times Photojournalists Insider, October 26

    Join us on Nov. 16 for a conversation with Todd Heisler and Leslye Davis, two visual journalists at The New York Times.

  64. Halloween Costumes Learning, October 27

    Will you or your pets be dressing up for Halloween this year?

  65. Beauty, Politics and Humor in a Rapidly Changing City , October 26

    Richard Sandler’s images of New York from 1977 to 2001 show a city in transition from bust to boom. He wonders if it was a fair trade.

  66. Aperture at 65: Changing the ‘Cult’ of Photography Slideshow, October 26

    The executive director of the Aperture Foundation spoke with us about how the organization has shaped the conversation around photography through its magazine and books.

  67. Aperture at 65: Changing the ‘Cult’ of Photography , October 26

    From its early days championing art photography to today’s shaping of personal identity on social media, Aperture has been leading the conversation on photography for 65 years.

  68. Sandboarding Learning, October 26

    What are your favorite recreational sports?