Michel Comte's New Show Reveals the Terrible Beauty of Climate Change
Fashion photographer-turned-mountaineer Michel Comte makes spectacular photographs of remote landscapes with a concerned eye to fast-vanishing glaciers.
Thomas Struth's New Photos Stare Death in the Face
"To be alive is a gift." Thomas Struth, showing new work at Marian Goodman Gallery, talks about his (terror-struck) experience of New York in the '70s, and reveals his concerns about the future of the planet.
Frieze London is Feisty and On Point
This year's edition of juggernaut art fair Frieze London finds space to tackle sexual politics, institutional racism, and environmental angst but—customary brain Frieze aside—still manages to leave us feeling upbeat.