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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
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Art

Matthew Rolston Holds Up a Funhouse Mirror to Art History

In a striking new series, the storied magazine photographer revisits a curious popular reconstruction of some painterly and sculptural classics.
Michael Slenske
11.2.17
PHOTOGRAPHY
PHOTOGRAPHY

Hiroshi Sugimoto Travels Back in Time in These Lush New Photographs

Hiroshi Sugimoto's new photographs at the Japan Society follow the route taken by four 16th-century teenagers to limn the overlapping histories of Europe and Japan.
Jean Dykstra
10.20.17
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Art

Two Museum Shows Prove That the World has Always Been This Unhinged

A pair of outwardly diverse exhibitions in New York—one historical, the other contemporary—both end up speaking to our profoundly unsettled present.
Sarah Valdez
10.17.17
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Art

Kitchen Chiller: Benny Safdie Imagines Robin Barnes's Demise

Inspired by Corinne May Botz's photographs of Frances Glessner Lee's crime-scene dioramas, filmmaker Benny Safdie imagines Robin Barnes's demise.
Benny Safdie
10.11.17
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Art

The Uncanny Crime Scene Models of Frances Glessner Lee

Eighteen perfect crime scenes, one remarkable woman obsessed with improving the detection of crime. Enter the world of prolific rule-breaker and forensic model-maker Frances Glessner Lee.
Corinne May Botz
10.11.17
Life
Life

Book Lovers

When Crushed, the first annual Brooklyn Dirty Book Fair, took over a Brooklyn studio building on a recent weekend, the vibe was studiously seductive.
F. Leonora Solomon
7.24.17
Life
Life

Nobody Will Make Us Do Yoga: A Conversation with Michel Houellebecq

The acclaimed and controversial French author discusses his new show of photographs.
Christian Lorentzen
6.12.17