Four captivating examples of the artist’s photographs, taken between 1973 and 1984, will be auctioned in August as part of Swann’s fourth annual LGBTQ+ Art, Material Culture, and History sale.
Earlier this summer, one of only 22 models of the Leica prototype “0-Series” quietly sold for over $15 million — five times the previous record for a camera.
The artwork emulated photographer Richard Drew’s well-known image of a person leaping from one of the World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001.
Her decades-long devotion to the world of wrestling is all the more noteworthy considering that her father forbade her from attending matches as a child, deeming them an inappropriate pastime for women.
Meghan Boody’s images were initially produced in 2014 for a gun buyback program in New Orleans, but some expressed concerns when the works resurfaced this year in the context of a for-profit exhibition.
From Where They Stood examines the rare phenomenon of prisoners who were able to provide direct victim documentation of the Holocaust.
NASA has released photographs taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, some capturing the ancient universe dating back 13 billion years.
The New Mexico photographer and Navajo Nation citizen has devoted years to surveying the environmental injustice against his people.
Emanuel Hahn’s photobook Koreatown Dreaming offers readers a personal look into the stories of a generation that often remains tight-lipped about their hardships to put on a brave face for the world.
Erica Reade’s photos meditate on moments of romance and intimacy in public spaces.
An artist book introduced by curator Bob Nickas seeks to introduce a new generation to the artist, who abandoned her art career 30 years ago to practice social work.
The IAIA remains the only educational institution in the world dedicated to the study of contemporary Native American and Alaska Native arts.