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  1. 2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home Weekend, June 3

    Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

  2. In Photos: America Rises in a Sixth Night of Protest National, June 1

    George Floyd’s death continued to resonate far beyond Minneapolis, where he died. In, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Ferguson, Mo., Portland, Ore., Los Angeles and countless other cities, demonstrations raged.

  3. Elsa Dorfman, Who Made Art With Giant Polaroids, Dies at 83 Obits, June 2

    She used a 200-pound camera for her natural portraits of everyday subjects and celebrities — even while Polaroid, outpaced by technology, was fast going out of business.

  4. In Photos: America Rises in a Sixth Night of Protest National, June 1

    George Floyd’s death continued to resonate far beyond Minneapolis, where he died. In, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Ferguson, Mo., Portland, Ore., Los Angeles and countless other cities, demonstrations raged.

  5. In Photos: America Surges in Second Week of Protest National, June 1

    George Floyd’s death continued to resonate far beyond Minneapolis, where he died. In Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Ferguson, Mo., Portland, Ore., Los Angeles and countless other cities, demonstrations raged.

  6. Finding Euphoria in Bangkok’s Food Scene Travel, June 1

    In search of creative inspiration, a New York-based photographer spent two weeks documenting Bangkok’s fresh markets and street vendors.

  7. 4 Books to Inspire Your Inner Designer Special Sections, May 31

    New books on hand dryers, carpet patterns and Soviet and Scandinavian design influences.

  8. John Loengard, Life Photographer and Chronicler, Dies at 85 Obits, May 30

    He shot compelling portraits of the Beatles, Georgia O’Keeffe and many others and celebrated photography, and Life magazine, in books.

  9. An Artist Who Delights in the Minor Key T Style, May 29

    Moyra Davey’s work moves freely between photography, video and writing but is united in its unwavering attention to the objects and accidents of everyday life.

  10. Five Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now Weekend, May 28

    Get up close to the finest mosaics in Western Europe, 19th-century busts (an earlier form of self-promotion), the archaeology of Turkey, the Met’s conservation projects and stately European homes.

  11. 2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home Weekend, May 28

    Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

  12. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, May 28

    Summer knits, a colorful dragon-bowl recipe — and more.

  13. Returning, and Awakening, to the Beauty of Rural Alabama Travel, May 28

    Having traveled to Alabama to wait out the coronavirus pandemic, a photographer reassesses his relationship with his childhood and his hometown.

  14. Atget’s Paris, 100 Years Later Foreign, May 27

    The famous photographer sought out an empty city. Our photographer found a Paris evacuated by the coronavirus.

  15. First Inklings of Fame National, May 22

    The class of 2020 has no idea what the future holds — and neither do we. Here’s a look back at some icons starting on their paths to renown.

  16. Five Art Books to Read This Summer Weekend, May 21

    As the art world mulls whether a return to “normalcy” should be its goal, publishers mine the archives of artists who found their own counterpaths.

  17. What Do the Paparazzi Do When the Stars Are Quarantined? Styles, May 20

    More FaceTime means less face time, but the celebrity photographers are still shooting away.

  18. A Visual Dispatch From One of the World’s Most Remote Islands Travel, May 20

    The inhabitants of Tristan da Cunha, which sits in the remote waters of the South Atlantic, are insulated from the coronavirus by an immense moat.

  19. ‘I Have to Make Use of What Is at My Disposal.’ Interactive, May 20

    What Zanele Muholi, Titus Kaphar, Kara Walker and other artists are creating during quarantine.

  20. The Joy of Deleting My Many Mediocre Photos Styles, May 18

    Like Frankenstein’s creature, they trail us across time and terra. Let’s set ourselves free.

  21. Astrid Kirchherr, Who Helped Create the Beatles’ Image, Dies at 81 Obits, May 16

    The stark black-and-white photographs she took of the group in Hamburg, Germany, before the musicians were famous captured both their toughness and their sensitivity.

  22. I'm Usually a Conflict Photographer. Now, I'm Documenting My Family. Interactive, May 16

    For the first time in my career I decided not to cover a major event. I'm seeing something more timeless and universal.

  23. Una mirada íntima a la cosecha de azafrán en Italia en Español, May 15

    En la región italiana de Abruzzo, la cosecha de esta lucrativa especia es una tradición centenaria permeada de una arraigada pasión por la tierra y su historia.

  24. Fear, Trauma, Hope and Calm Summary, May 14

    For two months, I shot New Yorkers responding to the pandemic. I’m still processing what I saw.

  25. India’s ‘Maximum City’ Engulfed by Coronavirus Foreign, May 14

    Overflowing hospitals. Exhausted cops. Desperate slums. Here are images from Mumbai as the coronavirus upends the metropolis.

  26. A Phone, a Window and a Toaster Oven: How I Took Portraits From Miles Away Summary, May 14

    The pandemic presented a photographer with an unusual problem: shoot in a socially distant way without sacrificing intimacy. The solution required some unconventional thinking and a lot of patience.

  27. A Phone, a Window and a Toaster Oven: How I Took Portraits From Miles Away Summary, May 14

    The pandemic presented a photographer with an unusual problem: shoot in a socially distant way without sacrificing intimacy. The solution required some unconventional thinking and a lot of patience.

  28. 2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home Weekend, May 13

    Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

  29. Still Life With Fly Swatter, or Hourglass, or Lemons T Style, May 12

    Five housebound photographers used everyday items to create images that speak to both their inner lives and the world beyond their walls.

  30. El virus se comió mi vida en Español, May 12

    Igual que el mundo, yo me he detenido también. Y me he puesto a mirar.

  31. An Intimate Look at Italy’s Saffron Harvest Travel, May 12

    In the Abruzzo region of Italy, harvesting the lucrative spice is a centuries-old tradition, infused with a deep-seated passion for the land and its history.

  32. After Months Apart, Mother’s Day Visits Through a Doorway National, May 11

    At a Los Angeles nursing home, families got their first chance to see Mom since the lockdown began — as long as they stayed outside, and she stayed in.

  33. Three Weeks in April: An E.M.T. Crew Faces Exhaustion, Isolation and Death Science, May 11

    A photojournalist switched careers and became an E.M.T. just months before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Recently, he brought his camera along to document what he and his crew are seeing.

  34. Voices From the Pandemic’s Front Lines Summary, May 11

    Scores of Times staff members worked to present the stories of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals who are risking everything to care for Covid-19 patients.

  35. ‘It’s Hard When You Can’t Go Anywhere’: Life Inside an Assisted Living Facility Interactive, May 9

    We gave disposable cameras to six residents of Evergreen Gardens, a long-term-care residence in Colorado, so they could document their days during the coronavirus pandemic. These are their photographs.

  36. El guante en Español, May 9

    Con la llegada de la primavera, los guantes desechables en las aceras han brotado como si se tratase de una nueva especie vegetal.

  37. El iPhone SE de Apple: reseña de un teléfono espectacular por un precio modesto en Español, May 8

    Por un precio más accesible que sus hermanos, este celular es rápido, tiene una gran cámara y una linda pantalla. Ya era hora ¿no?

  38. Enough With the Selfies. How About a Quarantine Portrait? Styles, May 7

    To mark this unusual period in history, some people are commissioning art photography of themselves.

  39. Meet The Neighbors Interactive, May 6

    We asked the residents of one building in Jamaica, Queens, what they’ve learned in quarantine and what they are looking forward to once it has passed.

  40. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  41. The World’s Stadiums Become a Lifeline Interactive, May 1

    Soccer fields, football stadiums, tennis courts and martial arts arenas have been filling gaps in health care systems overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic.