Photography

The artist Simon Starling photographs Giorgio Griffa’s studio in Turin

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A Step Away from Them, excerpt from Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara. Used by permission of City Lights Books. Photography: Clément Pascal

The Frieze New York 2018 campaign — excerpts of which are displayed across this page — maps the poet and curator’s Lunch Poems

A Step Away from Them, excerpt from Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara. Used by permission of City Lights Books. Photography: Clément Pascal

Frieze Art Fair Video - 18 Jan 2018

Exploring New York City in the footsteps of Frank O’Hara

One year on from his death, Fondation Cartier pays tribute to the Malian photographer with a large-scale retrospective

Annette Kelm, Still Life with Spring, 2017, 80 × 120 cm. Courtesy: the artist, König Galerie, Berlin, and Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

From early Vogue shoots and Hollywood’s golden era to domestic still lifes, the photographer reveals the images that have inspired her

In Thomas Ruff’s retrospective at London’s Whitechapel Gallery, raw scientific information becomes aesthetic expression

David Goldblatt discusses representation, censorship and his decision to remove his archive from the University of Cape Town

The final book in a series published by MoMA draws on the museum's collection to chart the development of photography from the mid-19th century to

With a strong surrealist strain, and including a welcome number of female artists, highlights from the 48th edition of the photography festival

The winner of the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award 2017 talks about the ethics of documenting the migration crisis

Mat Collishaw Thresholds at Somerset House 2017. Courtesy Graham Carlow

Mat Collishaw’s virtual-reality tribute to photo pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot suggests what VR can learn from early photography’s reception

Detail of contact sheet showing Robert Rauschenberg and Brice Marden silkscreening in the chapel of 381 Lafayette Street, New York, 1968. Photography attributed to Mel Bochner Courtesy: Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York

Wayne Koestenbaum responds to a little-seen record of Robert Rauschenberg at work