He pioneered the use of strobe photography to break down a golfer’s swing. He was also innovative, even crafty, in documenting P.G.A. tournaments for decades.
The art critics of The Times select their favorites from this year’s crop of art books.
Images from the life of one of soccer’s — and Argentina’s — biggest icons.
The Barroso is one of Portugal’s most isolated areas, known for its rough terrain, abiding agricultural traditions and stunning beauty.
Jolovan Wham, a civil rights activist in Singapore, was charged with violating the Public Order Act for holding up a cardboard sign with a smiley face on it near a police station in March.
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.
Leilah Babirye’s luminous sculptural figures, Luigi Ghirri’s vintage photographs, and Paul Chan’s Wittgenstein drawings
A look at a photographer who follows graffiti artists, a student chronicling Black art, a collective devoted to social justice and more.
A longtime photographer for The Source has formed a partnership to sell sweatshirts emblazoned with the famous images he created.
He was “a formidable visual architect” who captured the streets of Paris during the violent demonstrations in 1968 and documented the human experience in other parts of the world.
Quawan Charles was found dead in a field in rural Louisiana days after he had vanished. Now his family is asking whether his death could have been prevented with a faster response.
You can still connect with loved ones near and far with a holiday card, and referencing the pandemic is OK. Just be mindful of your tone.
On Saturday, the museum opens with changes to 20 of its 60 permanent collection galleries. A critic’s guide to the standouts on each floor.
The Indigenous American artist and filmmaker is the subject of two concurrent shows. His work “rivals in visual and linguistic beauty any new art I’ve seen in some time,” our critic says.
Maaza Mengiste spent years on “The Shadow King,” not only writing but also learning Italian, living in Rome and amassing an archive of historical photography that informed her book.
Emily Ratajkowski accused the photographer Jonathan Leder of assault and using photos against her wishes. Other women say they have similar experiences.
Six years ago, Norman Jean Roy walked away from his career behind the camera. These days, he’s baking bread.
Every year, millions of pilgrims descend on the central Iraqi city of Karbala to commemorate the Shiite holiday of Arbaeen, one of the largest organized gatherings in the world.
He was the magazine’s first photographer, capturing Frank Zappa, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead and many more in the days before image control.
A visual tour of the International Space Station, humanity’s high-tech home in the sky.
Many of the greatest images you’ve seen from the space station were made in the cupola.
The photographer Priscilla Rattazzi brings to life the amazing, endangered Hoodoo rock sculptures of southern Utah.
In three post-lockdown exhibitions, the museum stakes out its role in the life of its neighborhood’s multiethnic citizens.
Ballet flats, colorful rugs — and more.
How could I capture, remotely, intimate portraits of the actor from my New Jersey home? By recruiting two sweet, capable assistants.
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.
We spent months photographing dozens of families across the country to understand what food insecurity looks like today.
"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.
What Zanele Muholi, Titus Kaphar, Kara Walker and other artists are creating during quarantine.
For the first time in my career I decided not to cover a major event. I'm seeing something more timeless and universal.
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.
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.
With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.
Soccer fields, football stadiums, tennis courts and martial arts arenas have been filling gaps in health care systems overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic.