“The Metropolis in Latin America,” at the Americas Society, is a tale of ambition, nationalism, violence, technical innovation and economic transformation.
Category Archives: Photography
Downtown Manhattan was the center of the art world in the early ’80s, but 15 years on, most of the artists and galleries had left. These are the people who stayed.
The Institute of Contemporary Art had initially decided to keep the exhibition open, despite accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior against Mr. Nixon.
Julia Van Haaften’s biography is about the pioneering photographer who memorably shot the New York skyline and made sensitive portraits of James Joyce and many others.
Markus Brunetti’s photographs of imposing cathedrals and churches, both rustic and grand, show a breathtaking clarity.
“Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings” at the National Gallery of Art is a record of exploration — into her past, America’s history and photography’s.
In “The Street Philosophy of Garry Winogrand,” Dyer’s essays accompany 100 photographs that capture the fallout from the midcentury American moment.
Nick Mauss’s exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art links visual art, photography, sculpture, dance, live performance and queer theory.
The exhibition, “John Waters: Indecent Exposure,” will include over 160 works of visual art by the filmmaker, author and performer.
The pop star returns to Madison Square Garden, and the French actress is deliciously diabolical in the new film “Ismael’s Ghosts.”