From New York to Los Angeles, Black, L.G.B.T.Q., Native American and women artists are exhibiting works that highlight their communities and personal perspectives.
The Guggenheim will show the work of the conceptual artist who probes questions of identity.
The work and struggle by Jamel Robinson and other artists is part of the “African American Art in the 20th Century” exhibition at the Hudson River Museum.
He specialized in leveraged buyouts in the 1980s, shot distant landscapes and wildlife from helicopters, then collected so many motorcycles that he opened a museum.
She was well known at the Westminster Kennel Club show for her ability to communicate with dogs. “I just understand who they are,” she said.
Here are some of my most memorable photos from the past three decades, and the stories behind them.
As a curator at MoMA and then a professor at Princeton, he pushed museums and art historians to take photography seriously.
Our favorite fashion photos from London, Milan and Paris.
The San Francisco artists blazed trails in the ’60s and ’70s that converge at Paula Cooper.
During lockdown, a traveling master of the photomontage took on a radically new subject: the roiling sea near his home.
“Odd Apples” contains colorful portraits of some lesser-known apples like the knobbed russet from England.
Immerse yourself in the visual splendor of a tiny volcanic island in the northern Andaman Sea, the only home of the little-known Narcondam hornbill.
Drawing on a fantastical aesthetic sense partly formed in childhood, Doan Ly makes arrangements — and equally alluring photos of them — that are rich in color and narrative.
To document the crisis of Mexico’s disappeared, the photographer Fred Ramos followed families in their search and documented the clothing that dressed unidentified bodies.
Shahid Zaidi is working to preserve the photos his father shot of Pakistan’s first leaders and of its people in the era of the country’s founding.
Marie Tomanova spent the pandemic working on a new photo book, “New York New York.”
In a risk-taking career, he helped the paper win a Pulitzer for its 9/11 photography and later prompted a debate on journalistic ethics that led to his leaving The Times.
El nuevo lanzamiento de Apple es un diez por ciento más rápido que la versión anterior y las fotos son ligeramente mejores. Nuestro columnista y sus perros nos guían por las novedades.
Vera Lutter evaded wildfires and sacrificed meals and sleep to produce beguiling photographs with an archaic form of image-making.
The Swiss-Guinean artist Namsa Leuba spent years exploring her mixed-race background in Africa. Now she had a chance to return to where she grew up.
Since her daughter was born, the photographer Rinko Kawauchi tried to visit her parents every two months. This summer, she finally made the trip again.
Last year, as the pandemic took hold, we launched a new visual series called The World Through a Lens. Here’s a look behind the scenes.
Campers from a pioneering retreat for gender-nonconforming children look back on what it taught them — and their journeys to becoming who they are.
Eyes need a break from words on words?
May 2021 was the turning point, and we chronicled it, moment by moment, through the eyes of 15 photographers 25 and under.
Portraits of new mothers across New York City.
What does love look like in a time of anti-Asian hate? Asian and Asian-American photographers respond. With an essay by Celeste Ng.
The beauty tips, travel fantasies and thoughts on art, books and more that got us through.
Crisscrossing the tundra, digging dens, chasing prey: a rare look at the elusive wolverine in a rapidly changing region.
This was the year of the empty seat at the table. We spent Thanksgiving with seven families who lost relatives to Covid.
It’s been a year unlike any other in living memory. We selected five poems by contemporary American poets and asked five photographers to let the poems inspire them.
A summer romp in the Tetons with Jimmy Chin and his pals.
We use them to grip, to hold, to guide. A photo essay in honor of the American worker.
"I’ve found strength in being able to hold and see myself at this moment in time."
How, in a single photograph, Robert Frank captured the ongoing story of a divided nation.
With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.
She immersed herself in the rougher precincts of American life for months at a time, portraying their denizens as noble but not necessarily heroic.
Where is the art form headed? These rising stars offer some clues.
After his apartment was demolished to make space for Barclays Center, Jeff Mermelstein photographed the new arena’s suits, shills and suds.
As hundreds of firefighters raced to the cathedral, in the center of the French capital, Parisians gathered to watch, many of them in tears.
Ms. Copeland, the American Ballet Theater’s first black principal ballerina, served as guest editor for a special section on dance photography.
A Journey Through Dance Photography From the New York Times Archives
I wanted to uncover ancient shards of my childhood gender and piece them back into the whole.
Joan E. Biren began to photograph at a time when it was almost impossible to find authentic images of lesbians and aimed to help build a movement for their liberation.
A look at 90 years of strong congresswomen.
Best known for his portraits of black Americans during the Harlem Renaissance, James Van Der Zee captured the humanity and sense of place of the neighborhood.
This year’s Kumbh Mela, a Hindu pilgrimage, was the biggest and most expensive ever. But some holy men said the difference from prior years was not a positive one. “I give it a zero,” said one.