Amidst the frenzy of accelerated consumption and existential doom, Glass Life provides a lucid meditation on how and why we consume.
In Girl Pictures, the photographer presents a seductive fantasy of a world in which being a young woman is not cause for fear but a source of boundless freedom.
The issue is as much about prevailing ideas around Los Angeles as it is about the people who lived, and continue to live, there.
For The Last Testament, Jonas Bendiksen photographed seven men from around the world who each believe they are the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Thomas R. Schiff’s photographs capture the American library as it transformed from a members-only space into a public institution.
Happening on March 1 at Aperture, the Visual Resistance Community Action Forum is open to anyone looking to fight oppression in creative ways.
Though revisiting the vinyl record is in danger of becoming little more than an act of nostalgia, ‘Total Records’ explores the art of the album cover within the context of our thoroughly modern practice of image sharing.
A publication released by Aperture offers a subjective overview of photobooks from China, from the 1900s to today.
The Photographer’s Cookbook is a real gem for photo enthusiasts, featuring the favorite recipes of 50 major photographers, from William Eggleston to Marion Faller.
From initiation rites to harvest festivals, many traditional African rituals require participants to don masks and elaborate costumes that transform their wearers into spirits, beasts, or ancestral beings.
A phonebook is a collection of data that encapsulates a specific place at a specific time. It’s a complete historical record, a city in book form. Rochester 585/716 wonders whether a photo book can be the same.
Once upon a time, there was but One Cat Photographer to Rule Them All.