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- Nu Som’s Nudescapes
A photographic artist who shoots nude self-portraits in public claims to be bashful about showing her own body.
- Connected by Bob Greenberg
An exhibit explores humankind’s relation with technology, curated by the founder of digital powerhouse R/GA.
- Platon’s Portraits of Troops
A master chronicler of celebrities, British photographer Platon turns his lens on U.S. men and women in uniform.
- Never-Ending Journey
In an unprecedented survey, the Harry Ransom Center explores Elliot Erwitt’s output over seven decades.
- Deconstructing War Images
In War Is Beautiful, David Shields casts doubt on the New York Times credo of “All the News That’s Fit to Print.”
- Laura Wilson’s Wild West
Promoting the project That Day, a photographer who worked alongside Richard Avedon shares her view of the West.
- The Real Detroit
Dave Jordano returns to his troubled hometown to document its longtime residents and ever-changing landscape.
- Layers of Life
Tirzah Brott captures “women of a certain age” whose sense of panache makes them still-shining stars.
- Paradoxical Tribes
Jimmy Nelson’s Before They Pass Away is full of stunning imagery. Does it exploit those it tries to represent?
- Inside Warhol’s Factory
Andy Warhol spent a lifetime making himself (and friends) world famous. The madness behind his methods.
- On the Front Line
Lynsey Addario talks about juggling her photojournalist career, her family, and the writing of her acclaimed memoir.
- Riding the Edge
Balancing career goals with outdoor mayhem, Bryan Derballa plays on the threshold between ambition and abandon.
- Self & Other
Sophie Klafter’s compelling portrait series “corpoReality” is drawn from her own unique physicality.
- Soul Survivors
Kathy Shorr finds and documents survivors of random gun violence and lets them share their stories.
- Gender Studies
Ilana Panich Linsman explores themes including mortality, identity, and the inner psychology of outward beauty.
- Time Travel
Irena Werning spans the globe in a photo study of the quirky fun — and sobering reality — of going back in time.
- Human Touch
Supranav Dash portrays the craftspeople who are still peddling disappearing trades in his native India.
- Lost in the Landscape
In Mexico, Fernando Brito captures haunting death scenes that symbolize random violence and social decay.
- Haunting Soldiers
Using a 19th-century collodian photographic process, Ellen Susan takes a close look at modern warriors.
- Getting Close Up
In revealing portraits of famous and lesser-known subjects, Martin Schoeller explores the question: What’s in a face?
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