The Brooklyn Museum’s massive show of war photography is a wasted opportunity.
Two photographers focus on the difficulties of putting words to what one sees.
Is it possible to create an intellectually aware, politically honest image?
How a photographer’s images of Jews were liberated from the lachrymose history he imposed upon them.
Robert Burley’s The Disappearance of Darkness, Harvey Wang’s From Darkroom to Daylight.
The film’s torture scenes do not excuse or glorify torture; they do something worse: draw the audience into accommodating it.
The Canadian artist who transformed the Vancouver art scene.
The recently discovered photographs of Vivian Maier are tantalizing works of artistry and ambition.
Zoe Strauss has turned the streets of Philadelphia into a museum for her photography.
Can a beautiful image also accurately capture a moment in time? Can a documentary photograph also be an object of thoughtful reflection?