Photography

Published in conjunction with a show at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, ‘Apollo’s Muse’ catalogues stellar lunar imagery

By Kadish Morris

An exhibition at New York’s Historical Society presents 70 arresting images from pioneering women

By Kadish Morris

A new book presents images by eight pioneering women who reported from conflict zones

By Frieze News Desk

In pictures: contrasting visions of one of the most clichéd symbols of the nation

By Figgy Guyver
Ren Hang, Untitled 27, 2012. © Estate of Ren Hang. Courtesy: Estate of Ren Hang and Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Two years after his untimely death, the Chinese photographer continues to shape a generation of young image-makers

By Bohan Qiu

Snapchat guru Nathan Jurgenson’s new book argues that our surfeit of images has ushered in a new way of existing in the world

By Daniel Penny

How does an image captured 55 million light-years from Earth reflect on humanity?

By Orit Gat

From whiteness to the male gaze, photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng reflect on the conventions that underpin the fashion industry

By Shahidha Bari
Stan Brakhage filming The Act of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes, 1971. Courtesy: © 2019 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; photograph: Michael Chikiris

Lynne Tillman on the clash between real-life and expectation

By Lynne Tillman

25 years after his death, we remember the inimitable performance artist and fashion designer

By Frieze News Desk

An exhibition at neugerriemschneider, Berlin, explores the healing properties of sticks as a symbol for social change

By Carina Bukuts

Maryland Institute College of Art has addressed its admissions policy which refused black students between 1895 and 1954

By Frieze News Desk