Picture by picture, a Canadian dentist built a photography collection by artists from the Black Atlantic
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Photographer Jon Henry’s ‘Stranger Fruit’ is a portrait of collective grief
At Abakus Projects, Henry’s pictures of Black women holding their sons respond to murders of Black men by police.
Dinorá Justice turns to ‘Mother/Nature’ to reimagine artists’ objectification of women
The Newton artist’s “Portraits” series will be displayed at Gallery NAGA through June 3.
Meet the Makers: Painter and public school art teacher Liana Farmer
“I’m in a constant state of exhaustion,” Farmer says. “The exhaustion, however, does not stop me from doing what I have to do, which is make art.”
What do Indian public archives and Richard Avedon have in common?
Dayanita Singh’s images of the former and Avedon’s professional apprenticeship are reminders that, before they’re anything else, photographs are information.
Charles Yuen’s paintings are cosmic puzzles to be pondered
‘Rhyming the Invisible’ is at LaiSun Keane through May 28.
At the MFA, a democratic medium for a democratic society
‘Painted Tintypes: Photography for the People’ looks at some unexpectedly colorful 19th-century pictures.
Every breath she takes: Ming Smith at MoMA
Her photographs are their own genre: documentary dreamscape.
In Portland, looking back at a continent on the cusp of change
"Outside the Frame: Todd Webb in Africa" revisits a photographic project from 1958.