As a member of the Photo League in the 1940s and ’50s, she roved New York City, capturing the humanity of ordinary people. She was 87 when her work was rediscovered.
Her candid shots at fashion shows captured stars of the industry as themselves and showed that the spectacle behind the curtain often rivaled the main event.
In an age of instant everything, drawing invites us to slow down and appreciate the world around us.
Marc Jacobs, Christy Turlington, Fran Lebowitz and others remember the singular talent of an on-the-scene photographer.
Places like Senda Verde, a refuge in the tropical Andes, offer an alternative to cruises and safaris.
Amid 145 square miles of rainforest, home to at least 266 bird species, all you can do is wait and watch.
After two years without human visitors, the monkeys were restless.
Arctic foxes. Sheep. Raccoons. See them before they’re gone.
These stout little creatures look like My Little Ponies on Mars. The photographer Gareth McConnell had to see for himself.
For the magazine’s Voyages Issue, six photographers in pursuit of animal encounters.
The photographer explores themes of Black history and Southern identity in “Chrysalis,” his first solo exhibition at Gagosian, London.
Working in their home city, the photographer Julie Blackmon and her daughter, Stella, a filmmaker, find some mystery in everyday life.
In her new poetry collection, “The Rupture Tense,” Xie peeks at the past — her family’s, and China’s — to examine the consequences of “how we see, what we see, and also what we allow to remain unseen.”
A condemned building along a beach in Queens is coming down. A photographer spent the summer visiting beachgoers who felt protected by its standing.
Clément Chéroux, who joined the museum in 2020, will direct the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation in Paris.
The nonprofit photography organization will relocate in 2024, to offices across from the American Museum of Natural History, with greater visibility.
Models flew over Paris or floated in a bubble in his arresting images, seen in Harper’s Bazaar and other fashion bibles in the experimental ’60s.
David Zwirner Gallery in New York is restaging the photographer’s 1972 retrospective.
He built his reputation with dreamlike images of New York, Rome, Moscow and Tokyo and cast a satirical eye on fashion in a decade of work for Vogue.
At rarefied weddings, including those of British Vogue’s top editor, Princess Diana’s niece and Paris Hilton, German Larkin has become a fixture.
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain was one of the world’s most photographed and painted people. Three artists explain how they made portraits of the monarch that stood out from the crowd.
A new book traces the arc of hip-hop jewelry from the 1980s to today.
Selections from the Weekend section, including a review of the remake of "Pinocchio" on Disney+.
His informal, generous pictures were some of the most moving art of the 1990s. Now, at MoMA, time catches up with the German photographer.
Elizabeth took her first steps in a world we recognize only from sepia photographs, and became Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. Here are a selection of images from her life.
Explaining the policies and processes that define our journalism.
Spencer Elden, who was pictured as a baby on the cover of “Nevermind,” argued in his lawsuit that the grunge rock group had engaged in “child pornography.”
Timothy McGurr captures intimate moments with big stars.
What is school really for? Students at Oakland’s Fremont High answer this question with their cameras.