Jheyda McGarrell Is Taking the Future Into Their Own Hands
The Art Hoe Collective curator is behind the Black Image Center, which aims to make photography accessible to Black communities in Los Angeles.
Arnold Odermatt's Photographs Lift the Curtain on Problematic Policing
The mid-century Swiss photographer's images struggle with an inability to represent contact between law enforcement and people.
Give Peace a Chance
If John and Yoko taught us anything, it's that you can make change happen from anywhere—even your bed!
Flying Too Close at the Center of Civilization
In the fifth installment of photographer Hans Neumann's "Ensayo" video poem series, premiering on GARAGE, a modern-day Icarus takes flight.
Found, But Also Lost
A new exhibition of street photographer Bruce Gilden’s early work, compiled from a happy-accident discovery of old film, showcases a former New York.
Jessica Lange's American Photo Story
The actress' black and white photography is now on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.
Love, Ren Hang
A new retrospective of the acclaimed Chinese photographer opens in Berlin this month.
Carol Alt Doesn't Want To Have Grey Hair
The 1980's proto-supermodel discusses eight minute photoshoots, and pissing off Irving Penn with neverending phone calls.
The Enduring Influence of Photographer J.D. Okhai Ojeikere
The Nigerian's work remains a touchstone for contemporary photographers—as well as hair salons.
Michael Stipe's Visual Record
In a new book of photography, the former R.E.M. frontman confronts his anxieties about our digital future—and admits he only looks at Instagram for Patti Smith's posts.
Hassan Hajjaj is No Shrinking Violet
The photographer's retrospective opens this week at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.
Emma Summerton Has "Landed"
Looking through the photographer's private stash of Polaroids ahead of her debut solo show at the Christophe Guy Galerie in Zurich.