The artist has meticulously staged creepy scenarios using actors and props.
It's okay, it's art.
It accompanies the article "Can Animals Be Gay?"
"Taking pictures makes me feel like a princess," says little Ruby Ellenby.
Typical mom stuff!
Hugo sets up his own "film stills" based on common themes in Nigerian movies, resulting in sharp, strong images with narratives all their own.
Now at Hasted Hunt Kraeutler gallery.
This month, magazines gave us some compelling editorials, from Dakota Fanning to Terrence Koh.
The photographer learned her technique working at the Miami Forensic Imaging Bureau.
The Brooklyn Museum’s photo exhibit showcases rock stars, of course, but it also highlights the photographers who captured them.
Robertson’s series feels like images from a film-noir set — or maybe plans for a new, gaudy, alluring Art Deco mansion in Miami.
A selection of images handpicked from twenty different provinces over 60 years.
See fifteen photos full of humor but also some horror.
The exhibit — 38 pieces of which we’ve included in this slideshow — is part documentary, part high drama.
Small-town Japan gets the quirky, lucent treatment.
Surprisingly pleasant scenes from the Sun City Retirement Community, in Arizona.
Laura Letinsky has made a career of photographing elegant undone tables, always suggesting decadent meals shared, perhaps, between ballerinas.
Good-bye, Coney Island?
A Vulture slideshow.
An exclusive preview of photos from her new book, and her memories of taking them.
Here’s hoping our pals at La Guardia don’t resort to anything like this.
In his late-seventies series Arthur Rimbaud in New York, David Wojnarowicz seems to have airlifted the legendary poet from late-nineteenth-century Paris and dropped him into a crappy Manhattan walk-up.
Think of it as a visual analogue to Spring Awakening — if John Gallagher Jr. had insisted on playing all the roles.
Though Errol Morris is an amazing director, he's not much of a blogger yet.