Fortunately, In No Great Hurry never succumbs to cutesy hagiography.
If you've ever been photographed by Michael Ernest Sweet, there's a good chance you wouldn't know it. With his pocket-size Ricoh GR in one hand, he scans the streets for a target, snaps his photo without using the viewfinder, and moves on in the blink of an eye. "It's like I'm a ninja," he told us v ... More >>
Looking back at Marina Abramovic’s staring contest
Meet Christer Strömholm's 'friends'
Francesca Woodman on display
The Whitney mounts a big survey of work by the noted Appropriation artist
A show of contemporary photos takes on our age's 'gilded toxicity'
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 7, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 49 I spy with my little eye by Alexander Cockburn He's probably dead now, but some years ago in London there used to be an escape artist who had a pitch on one of the busier streets. If you came by ... More >>
via NPR, Ansel Adams Courtesy of Rick NorsigianConstruction worker and painter Rick Norsigian bartered for photo negatives at a Fresno, California, garage sale 10 years ago, purchasing 65 frames for $45 -- not much of a bargain for someone else's random landscape photos -- that is, until they ... More >>
Three photo shows at the Jewish Museum, the Studio Museum, and Yossi Milo Gallery
At Marian Goodman Gallery, the Dutch artist aims her lens on the faces and ways of youth
Here's a good one for future Jeopardy contestants: Legendary French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson - whose work is currently being exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art through June 28 - has a strange connection to this infamously sketchy and Celebrity-collecting "Church."
Fashion photog captures a dying beauty
A new book celebrates a mid-'70s scene's surprising diversity in real-time
Photographer Irving Penn died yesterday in Manhattan at the age of 92. He shot everything but was best known for his stately but expressive black and white portraits, such as these of a vulpine John Osbourne and Truman Capote as a tired executive, the burnished effects of which required much ... More >>
The photographer who changed the way we look at—and depict—ourselves.
Long before Carrie Bradshaw, there was the city
Plus 'Collected: Propositions on the Permanent Collection', also at the Studio Museum
Two new exhibits on fashion photography's greats
The museum saddles up, effaces history
What real urbanites are wearing
A fascinating blandness and a rage for normalcy
A pioneering photographer's spontaneous yet precisely calibrated view of modern India
Subway shooters to set their sights on underground camera ban
The Best Photo Books of 2003
Fazal Sheikh's Worldview
Surveying the Season's Most Extravagant Photo Books
A Last-Minute Guide to Holiday Picture Books
Award-Winning Photographer James Nachtwey Finds the Blood and Gore in Every War
Richard Avedon Frames the `60s