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DAYLIGHT DIOLOUGES X SARA URBAEZ, LISTO

LISTO is a new online curatorial platform devoted to dismantling colonial tendencies in photo.

 

 

HIRE BLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS!

New York Times photo-editor Brent Lewis in conversation with Amy Silverman.

 

 

BRYAN THOMAS: SUNRISE / SUNSET

'Sunrise/Sunset' looks at the impact of gun violence on the African American community.

 

 

ARTHUR TRESS: THEORETICAL MODELS

Tress has had a long and prolific photo career. With this work Tress explores a more abstract approach.

 

 

DAWOUD BEY: BEYOND THE MARGINS

Dawoud Bey in conversation with Humble Arts Foundation’s Jon Feinstein.

 

 

AN-MY LÊ:  LANDSCAPE OF CONFLICT

An-my Lê questions how we process and understand current and past wars...

 

ZORA J MURFF: CORRECTIONS

Zora's work examines the experience of young people caught up in the criminal justice system...

 

 

ELINOR CARUCCI: MOTHER

Elinor Carucci’s work crafts deeply intimate, honest scenes of personal and family life...

 

 

LUCAS BLALOCK: SEEING THINGS APART

Blalock’s work dissects the current state of the medium and its relationship to sculpture... 

 

 

PENELOPE UMBRICO: MOUNTAINS, MOVING

Penelope Umbrico rephotographs the classic mountainscapes of canonical photographers...

 

 

      EIRIK JOHNSON:       WE WERE HERE

Johnson's lovely collection of tree graffiti shot with a large format camera and colored gels

 

 

CAROLYN DRAKE:  WILD PIGEON

Carolyn Drake’s photos of the Uyghurs, a Turkic Muslim ethnic group, are stamped with visions, talismans and yearning.

 

          KEN SCHLES:        SUSPENSION OF MEMORY

An inventive revisitation of Schles's classic work 'Invisible City' with writing by Alan Rapp

ANTHONY FRIEDKIN: THE GAY ESSAY

We are proud to provide this exclusive look along with audio commentary of Anthony Friedkin’s The Gay Essay.

DAVID GRAHAM: THIRTY-FIVE YEARS / 35 PICTURES

David Graham's photographs chronicled the zany colors of vernacular America. 

 

MIKE BRODIE: A PERIOD OF JUVENILE PROSPERITY

Featuring 'The Polaroid Kid's legendary images of young freight-hoppers and tramps 

ALEC SOTH: 
ORLANDO

A look at the other side of Orlando originally created during Magnum's 'Postcard's from America' series