How a Megachurch Adapted to Social Distancing
Mark Peterson’s images of a drive-in service at a Virginia Beach megachurch feel both wholly of the coronavirus pandemic and wholly retro.
April 18, 2020
A Different Side to Dorothea Lange
A lyrical new book by the photographer Sam Contis collects lesser-known images from the great documentarian’s archive.
April 12, 2020
The People Staying, and Living, in America’s Motels
Danna Singer’s pictures manage to combine the offhand intimacy of family snapshots with the dignified, staged formality of portrait painting.
April 2, 2020
What We’re Buying for the Quarantine
A look into the grocery carts of New Yorkers on the edge of a pandemic.
March 18, 2020
The Anxious Hands of New York’s Subway Riders in the Face of the Coronavirus
Hannah La Follette Ryan’s “Subway Hands” catalogues a mass shift in how we interact with the city and with one another in the midst of a pandemic.
March 14, 2020
A Photographer’s Parents Wave Farewell
Deanna Dikeman’s portrait series doubles as a family album, compressing nearly three decades of her parents’ adieux into a deft and affecting chronology.
March 4, 2020
The Faces of a New Union Movement
“At the end of the day, we’re just trying to secure dignified work,” one young organizer says.
February 28, 2020
How Santu Mofokeng Shaped South African Photography
Mofokeng, who died in January, made work that waded through themes of history and land, and helped shape the course of South African photography.
February 24, 2020
A Young Swiss Photographer’s Transfixing Portraits of the Women in Her Orbit
It’s familiarity and trust that produce Senta Simond’s images, which are portraits of both obsession and self-possession.
February 20, 2020
Anthony Barboza’s Galaxy of Black Stars
What I see in the photographer’s pictures is his romance with all the subjects he was able to contain, if only for a few moments, in his studio.
February 11, 2020