Twelve women photographers demonstrate their creative ingenuity and raw technical skill.
Abbott aimed her lens at so many 20th-century subjects that her photographs challenge us to rethink modernity itself.
Nighttime darkness compresses space and alters colors, making ordinary places both more terrifying and more freeing, changing the social dynamic of those who walk in them.
Berenice Abbott was best known for being New York City’s official photographer during the Great Depression, though she actually explored a panoply of subjects during her six-decade-long career.
If the Queens Museum of Art isn’t the most well-known museum, it certainly is one of the most resourceful as it seems to work wonders with the limited resources they have. Tomorrow (Wednesday, June 9) is QMA’s annual gala and we hope you will consider supporting one of the borough of Queens’s leading venues for contemporary art.