A Dutch photographer explores where and how we put animals to work
Our dependence on petroleum is revealed through masterful, massive landscape studies from around the world
The hauntingly clear-eyed lunacy of Ralph Eugene Meatyard comes to Philly
Cool off with three water-based photo exhibitions on view this summer
Katy Grannan and Charlie White, the subject of a new show at LACMA, each take revealing portraits of people they've just met on the street
Photography writ ultra-large is currently all the rage. Here's a guide to the wide range of work you can see now
In the wake of last year's earthquake and tsunami disaster, this Japanese photographer took arguably the most compelling images yet. His careful approach to landscape photography is a big reason why.
We sit down with the renowned Dutch portraitist, whose mid-career retrospective is up now.
In his latest work, French photographer Denis Darzacq collaborates with his handicapped subjects for intimate, spirited portraits
The "Godmother of Punk" shows off her visual prowess at Detroit Institute of the Arts
The street stylings of an iconic counterculture photographer continue to evolve in his latest show "Wherever you go"
Working within a rigid, self-imposed documentary system, Simon finds the very human stories often hidden in the margins
An exhibition in California recalls the cyanotype process and one of its first pioneers
Tanja Alexia Hollander explores the nature of 21st-century friendship in her ambitious project Are You Really My Friend?
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