Visual Arts

  • Warhol the ShutterbugWarhol
    A traveling exhibition sheds new light on Andy Warhol’s artistry by emphasizing his avocation: candid photography.


  • Josef Albers Explores Mexico
    Best known for his colorful abstractions, Josef Albers found inspiration within geometric patterns in his architectural black-and-white photographs.


  • Faceless Women
    Can you spot the women in these photographs? Patty Carroll talks about Anonymous Women.


  • SpainPHotoEspaña 2017
    Madrid showcases 100 Years of Leica Photography and such masters as Elliot Erwitt and Minor White.


  • Stars at the Lucieslucies
    In a bid to rival the Oscars, the 14th Annual Lucie Awards spotlight photography’s stylistic and geographic diversity.

  • Artistic Proving Groundwinters
    In The Grey Ghost, Dan Winters turns his lens to NYC streets in the tradition of Steiglitz and Strand.








  • Sex & RevolutionSex & Revolution
    PHotoEspaña probes Latin American themes including politics, sensuality, and feminism.


  • state-of-mindLone Star State of Mind
    Artist Nancy Newberry’s cinematic scenes of Texana fuse real and the imagined, past and the present.




  • rankin-rollRankin Roll
    A look at the visual odyssey of Britain’s creator of Dazed and Confused and Another Magazine.

  • books-of-the-yearBest Photobooks of 2014
    Hardly a lost art: 50+ titles prove that the photo and the printing press were made for each other.

  • digitalvfilmPixels vs Frames
    Is digital replacing film in the movies? Is that good? A doc hosted by Keanu Reeves shows both sides.


  • PHE13Intimacy & Death
    PHotoEspaña 2013: a showcase of eroticism, politics, and morbidity (among other things).

  • The Last RollGoodbye Kodachrome
    Kodachrome film dazzled fans for decades. Steve McCurry takes it 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.


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