The Annenberg Space for Photography maps the complex landscape of walls and rends, openings and sutures, that, to an ever-larger degree, defines our age.
Since 2005, Joel Sartore has been taking portraits of every single animal species living in Earth’s various zoos and nature preserves.
An exhibition of photographs in the collection of the Library of Congress celebrates “the humanistic and funny part of America.”
Will Wilson, among other Native American artists, has sought to reclaim a sense of agency through his two bodies of work.
Lauren Greenfield’s Generation Wealth, a book and exhibition of the same name at the Annenberg Space for Photography, documents the out-of-control growth of the one percent.