T/photography

  1. What Are You Doing for Lunch? Business, June 21

    A vintage look at getting away from work (usually) to grab a bite.

  2. The Land Where the Internet Ends Opinion, June 21

    To find real solitude, you have to go out of range. But every year that’s harder to do, as America’s off-the-grid places disappear.

  3. Queer Dating Apps Are Unsafe by Design Opinion, June 20

    Privacy is particularly important for L.G.B.T.Q. people.

  4. Overlooked No More: Claude Cahun, Whose Photographs Explored Gender and Sexuality Obituaries, June 19

    Society generally considered women to be women and men to be men in early-20th-century France. Cahun’s work protested gender and sexual norms, and has become increasingly relevant.

  5. How a Dallas Photojournalist Captured an Image of a Gunman Mid-Attack U.S., June 18

    “Was I in the right place at the wrong time, or was I in the wrong place at the right time?” the photojournalist, Tom Fox of The Dallas Morning News, said after a man opened fire at a federal courthouse.

  6. These Are the Faces of Tranquillity Opinion, June 15

    A photographer aims to interrupt the predominant narratives about people of color surrounded by urban decay.

  7. A Brooklyn Drag Show Celebrates Arab Queens Arts, June 14

    At a new cabaret, queens and L.G.B.T.Q. Arabs can party freely.

  8. Lorna Simpson Embraces the Blues Arts, June 13

    Photography, video, installation, and now painting in her new solo show, “Darkening,” in Chelsea. Is there anything this artist can’t do?

  9. What to See in Art Galleries Right Now Arts, June 12

    Jordan Belson, the filmmaker-mystic as painter; Pedro Almodóvar, the director as photographer; and three artists as disrupters of textiles.

  10. The Hong Kong Extradition Protests in Pictures World, June 12

    Demonstrations this week over a proposed law that would allow extraditions to mainland China have produced some of the city’s biggest shows of dissent in years.

  11. Rebel Girls Style, June 7

    And a few boys, too. When riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill played their first New York show in 22 years, these are the fans who showed up — one as early as noon and two who hadn’t told their parents. Hi mom and dad!

  12. ‘Our Crimes Are Not Who We Are’ New York, June 6

    A glimpse at women serving very long sentences. Is there life, the photographer asks, after life in prison?

  13. D-Day in Photos: Heroes of a More Certain Time World, June 6

    As the number of surviving veterans dwindles, the old pillars of trans-Atlantic certainty have begun to tremble.

  14. D-Day in Photos: Heroes of a More Certain Time World, June 6

    As the number of surviving veterans dwindles, the old pillars of trans-Atlantic certainty have begun to tremble.

  15. Now There Are Honeymoon Photographers Fashion, June 5

    A growing number of couples aren’t willing to hand their iPhone over to just anyone for iconic honeymoon photos. A paparazzi of one follows them instead.

  16. Trump’s U.K. Trip in Pictures World, June 4

    On Day 2 of President Trump’s state visit to Britain, he set aside the royal pomp and turned his focus to diplomacy and trade.

  17. Trump’s U.K. Visit in Pictures: Protests and Diplomacy World, June 4

    On Day 2 of President Trump’s state visit to Britain, he set aside the royal pomp and turned his focus to diplomacy and trade.

  18. Trump’s U.K. Trip in Pictures World, June 3

    Lunch with the queen, and a wreath at Westminster Abbey: The president’s three-day state visit to Britain began with an agenda that was heavy on the pomp.

  19. 30 Years After Tiananmen, ‘Tank Man’ Remains an Icon and a Mystery World, June 3

    He is a global symbol of resistance. But who was “Tank Man” and how has he remained a mystery?

  20. Virginia Zabriskie, 91, Art Dealer Who Promoted the Overlooked, Dies Obituaries, May 31

    Ms. Zabriskie supported legions of painters and sculptors who did not have celebrity status but were vital contributors to American art.

  21. Rediscovering My Father Well, May 31

    In a lost photo, I found the memory of my dad I wanted to preserve.

  22. Afro-Ecuadoreans Maintain Identity Through Spiritual Practices Lens, May 31

    The photographer Johis Alarcón documented not just the indelible influence of African culture in Ecuador, but also how the descendants of enslaved women maintained their culture.

  23. Photos of the Tiananmen Square Protests Through the Lens of a Student Witness World, May 30

    After three decades, Jian Liu decided to reveal images he took of the hopeful 1989 student movement and its bloody aftermath.

  24. Were You at Woodstock 1969? Arts, May 30

    We want to see your photographs and keepsakes for a future project.

  25. If You Licked These Photos They Would Taste Like New York. (So Don’t Lick Them.) Lens, May 30

    A look at a century of New York photographs by The Times’s staff photographers.

  26. In ‘Leaving Home, Coming Home,’ Robert Frank Recounts His Career Movies, May 28

    In Gerald Fox’s documentary, the photographer looks back at his life and work.