- The Top Ten Arts Stories of the Decade
Createquity summarizes the most important news stories impacting the arts globally over the past ten years.
- Albert Watson’s Roving Artistic Eye
A retrospective tome from Taschen and accompanying exhibit cover the work of a photographer who defies pigeonholes.
- When Artistic Education Matters
Arts degrees don’t have much impact on income from the arts. But do they affect how long people stay in their chosen fields?
- Leica Fiesta in Spain
Madrid’s PHotoESPAÑA 2017 ranges from 100 Years of Leica Photography to spotlights on Elliot Erwitt and Minor White.
- The Best Photography Books of 2016
The best offerings in a great year for photo books, plus highlights from roundups in spring, summer, and fall.
- Stars at the Lucies
At Carnegie Hall, the 14th Annual Lucie Awards spotlight photography’s stylistic and geographic diversity.
- Artistic Proving Ground
In The Grey Ghost, Dan Winters turns his lens to the NYC streets in the tradition of Steiglitz, Strand, and Callahan.
- Best Photobooks Fall 2016
From new monographs to unseen work by photographic masters, a crop of books full of dazzling surprises.
- 16 Shows at PHotoEspaña 16
Madrid’s annual photo festival showcases women artists in a wide-ranging set of exhibitions throughout the summer.
- Best Photobooks Summer 2016
Bob Dylan off duty, Mexican border meditations, scenes from the Libyan revolution, and other delights in the book world.
- The Vision of Lillian Bassman
An exhibition takes a fresh look at classic fashion imagery that was ahead of its time—and timeless.
- Best Photobooks Spring 2016
From psychological studies to environmental caveats, collectible photo volumes for your coffee table.
- Irving Penn’s Artistic Journey
One of the grand masters of photography, Irving Penn had set out to be a painter. A vast retrospective traces his career.
- Being(s) in the Landscape
A showcase of Richard Misrach images renders solitary figures within grandiose natural environs.
- Sex & Revolution
Madrid’s PHotoEspaña festival probes Latin American themes including revolutionary politics, sensuality, and feminism.
- Best New Photobooks 2015
A roundup of the most impressive volumes of the year. Plus great books released in fall, summer, and spring.
- Lone Star State of Mind
Artist Nancy Newberry’s cinematic scenes of Texana fuse the real and the imagined, the past and the present.
- Filmmaking Trade Secrets
Vincent Laforet shares his tips for making the transition from still photography to film: The camera bag is his toolbox.
- Self-Publish or Perish
New indie and DIY models are reshaping the ways artists create and market books to showcase their work.
- Photography Fragmented
In the age of information overload, what defines a photograph? Madrid’s PHotoEspaña 2014 seeks answers.
- Rankin Roll
An unfettered look at the visual odyssey of Britain’s creator of Dazed and Confused and Another Magazine.
- Best Photobooks of 2014
Hardly a lost art: These 50+ titles prove that the photo and the printing press were made for each other.
- Pixels vs Frames
Is digital replacing film in the movies? Is that good? A recent doc hosted by Keanu Reeves shows both sides.
- Best Photobooks of 2013
From pop culture to photojournalism, fine art to environmental studies, photography books worth checking out.
- Intimacy & Death
The 2013 PHotoEspaña was a riveting showcase of eroticism, politics, and morbidity (among other things).
- The Last Roll
Kodachrome film has dazzled fans since the 1930s. Steve McCurry takes it around the world on a final assignment.
Making Wild Things
Max Records, star of Where the Wild Things Are, talks about working with Spike Jonze on the film of the classic kids’ book.