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A new exhibition explores the pop artist and the enduring appeal of the instant print
A conversation between the Iranian-born photographer and film-maker, and her longtime friend, artist Isaac Julien
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Snapshots of life in Kabul and beyond when the country was still a kingdom
The British-Ghanaian artist has been chronicling urban youth culture for 30 years
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The artist’s eerie, otherworldly images reflect the alternate perceptions she experienced in her youth
This ambitious and irresistible survey of 20th-century female photographers reveals a wealth of fine unknown work
The photographer and film-maker on looking to the past and future in his first US solo exhibition
The artist is being forced to rethink creative life beyond the darkroom
The artist curates her highlights from ‘The New Woman Behind the Camera’ exhibition at The Met
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The engrossing ‘Light Years’ exhibition celebrates the evolution of photography from the 1970s onwards
Ahead of a new exhibition, an interview with the artist on how she captures tranquility and darkness
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The artist first photographed the Amazon’s indigenous people and pledged to fight their cause in 1971. She is still fighting
Holocaust survivor who documented partisan life on the Eastern Front during the second world war
This MoMA exhibition traces the extraordinary work of an amateur camera club of Brazilian modernists