In “Double Click,” the writer Carol Kino explores the pioneering glamour of a famous fashion-photography pair.
What is lost when journaling moves into the cloud?
Jeremy Allen White made the sofa from his Calvin Klein campaign famous, but once upon a time the red velvet couch was part of an ambitious American art project.
Generations of creatives once flocked to the city seeking affordable rent. Now, despite skyrocketing real estate prices, some continue to carve out studio spaces of their own.
The objects most closely associated with John’s public persona as a performer, showman and style icon captivated the crowd in the first week of sales.
Seeking social media stardom for their underage daughters, mothers post images of them on Instagram. The accounts draw men sexually attracted to children, and they sometimes pay to see more.
A founder of the Kamoinge Workshop, he made lush, powerful photos that document and honor members of the African diaspora.
Mr. Erwitt, who died last year, moved to the Brentmore more than 50 years ago. His estate has listed the co-op for $11.5 million and the studio for $2.3 million.
What do celebrities do in their downtime? A new project by The New York Times Magazine captures the awards season’s buzziest actors in their element.
Retro-photography apps that mimic the appearance of analog film formats make your digital files seem like they’re from another era.
The artist’s longtime gallerist, Arne Glimcher, has organized an exhibition of the artist’s final portraits at Pace, opening Feb. 22.
A pile of film negatives started a collector on an obsession to collect old photos that offer a history of Rio de Janeiro and the event that has made it world famous — carnival.
Sixty years after the Beatles appeared live on “Ed Sullivan,” McCartney reflects on his photos capturing those halcyon days. The Brooklyn Museum will exhibit them, and some will be for sale later.
A “crackpot eccentric Yankee” from Massachusetts, he revived the careers of long-forgotten Southern artists during the blues boom of the 1960s.
Tienen entre veintitantos y cuarentaipocos años y por estos días han recordado con nostalgia una época más despreocupada.
The Brooklyn Museum exhibits art works collected by the musical superstars — and makes a show of the collectors, too.
A photographer who was at Kennedy Airport when the band landed there in 1964 went on to have an illustrious career.
Simply using a drone doesn’t mean you can shoot excellent aerial photographs.
A globalized art market has brought attention to Ghanaian artists like Ibrahim Mahama. On an arts-focused trip to the West African country, a writer finds a thriving scene following its own agenda.
Las herramientas de inteligencia artificial pueden crear imágenes realistas de personas que no existen. Detectarla puede ser más difícil de lo que crees.
Including titles by Janet Malcolm, Patricia Engel, Tracy Kidder and more.
Family reunions, play dates and holidays never looked so good. But for some, isolation and sadness linger.
Caring for seriously ill patients needing round-the-clock attention during the pandemic has added layers of commitment.
A team of reporters and photographers profiled 10 city centers across the country, all in varying stages of economic recovery and transformation.