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Explore the Dark, Surreal Glamour of Helmut Newton's Monte Carlo

The fashion photographer's images of the capital of Monaco are erotic, precisely composed scenes with a background of urban entropy. Supported by Louis Vuitton.
Erin Schwartz
1.26.18
Art
Art

Newly Published Polaroids Open a Window onto Artists' Homes, Including Cy Twombly's

Famed photographer François Halard's instant interiors reveal his sensitivity to the atmosphere of some rarely pictured spaces.
Max Lakin
1.25.18
Fashion
Fashion

Gucci and Feminist Theorists Agree: It Really Is the Year of the Dog

Alessandro Michele's Year of the Dog collection, shot by Petra Collins, reminds us why dogs are the best mascot for our moment.
Erin Schwartz
1.22.18
Art
Art

A New Art Book Archives British Gay Bars

Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan have archived a fast-changing scene.
Hettie Judah
1.19.18
Art
Art

Robin Rhode Has a Lot of Feelings About Geometry

In the artist's latest photos of his own wall paintings, precise shape and color become tools for both escape and interaction.
Emily McDermott
1.18.18
Art
Art

An Artist's Provocative Photos of Family Life in a Damaged Town

LaToya Ruby Frazier's affecting new work casts an unflinching look at the effects of pollution.
Sarah Valdez
1.17.18
Photography
Photography

This Party Photographer Was the Cobrasnake of Fin-de-Siècle Europe

A new exhibition at the Met shows how Adolf de Meyer's photographs created celebrity right before the eyes of Europe's International Set.
Lucy Teitler
12.11.17
Art
Art

Is Stephen Shore the Most Influential Photographer of the 20th Century?

Stephen Shore's triumphant MoMA retrospective surveys the work of a Warholian shutterbug whose lifelong embrace of the medium's vernacular forms has now earned him a healthy following on Instagram.
Saul Anton
11.20.17
Art
Art

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.
Emily McDermott
11.15.17
Art
Art

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.
Paul Laster
11.14.17
Art
Art

Teju Cole Performs the Trump Nightmare

Author, critic, photographer, and now performance artist Teju Cole distills the tumult of the past year in the US into a dark, oneiric presentation.
Orit Gat
11.8.17
Art
Art

Devin Allen Gave Up Drug Dealing for Street Photography

Just five years ago, Devin Allen was still mired in Baltimore's drug trade. Now he's an award-winning street photographer and a social media phenomenon.
Ian Bourland
11.6.17