A celebrated book and a major museum exhibition revealed the harrowing tale behind the image of a wounded Marine. Their version was wrong.
An updating roundup of daily dispatches from the runways — and images from T’s photographers.
Christian Tierney, who tours with some of Ireland’s biggest pop stars, got his start on YouTube.
Working at a magazine is “e pluribus unum” at its finest, creative people attempting to solve a riddle together.
We sent the designers behind the buzzy New York brand an instant camera and asked them to capture their home-décor-inspired fall 2019 collection.
Scenes from the trauma bay haunt those of us who work to save the victims of gun violence.
Mengwen Cao photographed and interviewed New Yorkers who were adopted from Asia and grew up in white families.
More than 4,000 images from her early work are being displayed at the Hauser & Wirth gallery in Los Angeles.
Whether you want to take a flattering photo for your Instagram profile or to perfect a head shot, here’s what to keep in mind.
Facing one way used to be just for divas. Then came selfie sticks, ring lights and Instagram.
Erwin Olaf’s photos have the gloss of fashion shots and a haunting undercurrent that makes you long for more context. As he turns 60, three museums will present his work.
For almost half a century, the British photographer has captured the diversity and eccentricity of the city of Manchester in northwestern England.
Another look at the fall 2019 collections.
A preservation group is seeking a home for the orange wall coverings and olive-green counters from the Chicago headquarters of Johnson Publishing.
Farshad Usyan followed in his late brother’s footsteps as a photographer for Agence France-Presse. In his personal work, he focuses on the mundane struggles and simple pleasures in his homeland.
Vintage photos from The New York Times archive show the enduring power of the pooch.
We’ll be updating this story with daily dispatches and our favorite images from the shows, as captured by T’s photographers.
Hungry for commercial work, the young photographer captured the city’s storefronts and residents with Kodachrome film from 1966 to 1967.
In his final On Photography column, Teju Cole argues that images of human suffering often implicitly serves the powers that be.
An exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York — including photographs that have never been published before — shows the pioneering player with his teammates and his family.
The Authority Collective, whose members are women, transgender or nonbinary photographers, is building a supportive community while challenging industry leaders’ thinking about diversity and representation.
His camera has captured conflict from Northern Ireland to Vietnam. An exhibition at Tate Britain in London shows some of his finest work.
Times photographers like Doug Mills watched the game from the viewfinders of their cameras.
Thousands of Robert Frank’s unpublished photographs taken during and after his journeys that led to “The Americans” have never been seen before by wide audiences.
An exquisite show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art recalls travel before digital maps, when photography was the hottest of new media.
Erica Baum’s photographs of sewing patterns; Leah Guadagnoli’s sculptural paintings; Anna Plesset and Fred and Daniel Terna reckon with loss; ‘Make Believe’ takes on the movies.
Through photographs of celebration, mourning and everyday life in his parents’ hometown, Manila, Lawrence Sumulong searches for what his life could have been.
The Half King, a bar favored by war correspondents and conflict photographers, endured all kinds of disasters in its 19 years. Then came the tourists.
Accessories and data may not take up much physical space, but they contribute to frustration and anxiety. Here are ways to keep e-junk at bay, Marie Kondo-style.
Daily recaps from the spring 2019 runways and our favorite images, shot by T photographers.
Photographers captured scenes in the skies as the Earth’s shadow covered the moon.