In its expanded new edition, Meyerowitz’s photo book makes incidental details the leading characters.
LA’s Mexican-American Lowrider Car Culture, Photographed in All Its Glory
Lowriding is often considered to be a male-dominated movement, but Kristin Bedford shines a spotlight on the women of all ages behind the wheel.
Drug Culture: Picturing Pharmaceuticals Since 1850
PhotoRx: Pharmacy in Photography Since 1850 explores a pharmaceutical company’s collection of art on drugs.
Joel Meyerowitz’s Still Life Photographs of the Objects in Cézanne’s Studio
Photographer Joel Meyerowitz captured objects in Cézanne’s studio against a grey wall, considering the influence of this background on the artist’s work.
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Otherworldly Photographs of Movie Theaters
The question that Hiroshi Sugimoto asked himself in 1976 sounded a bit like a koan: What happens if you shoot a whole movie in a single frame?
Exploring New York City’s Silent Shores
The 600 miles of New York City’s shoreline that secured its status as a center of trade in the 18th century now host some of its more forgotten spaces.
The Secret Life of Infrastructure: Lynn Saville’s ‘Dark City’
Realism is the default mode for street photography — in New York, anyway — so it is impressive when a photographer transcends the genre by embracing the attributes and effects of a different approach.
A Photographer Documents the Fantasy World of Six Shut-In Brothers
For 14 years, the six Angulo brothers were locked away from society in a Lower East Side housing project.
Capturing the Ganges River through Foggy Mists
New York-based photographer Caleb Cain Marcus traveled the 1,500 miles of the Ganges River, winding through India and Bangladesh and capturing life and landscapes around the river through fog and ethereal light.