As we look ahead to the coming year, we revisit five photobooks that stood out to us in 2022.
In her latest monograph. Alessandra Sanguinetti crafts a kind of spiritual sequel to Michael Lesy’s cult classic, Wisconsin Death Trip. The result is one of the best photobooks of the year.
Larry Clark’s second feature film portrays the highs and lows of life on the margins from an insider’s perspective.
The photographer’s highly anticipated MoMA show is overwhelming in the best possible way.
Centered around the sport of modified stock car racing, Horenstein’s new monograph comprises a fascinating look at a subculture as it existed half a century ago.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our inaugural fundraising campaign.
This month in Philadelphia: John W. Mosley – Chicken Bone Beach at Temple University.
In this newly revised and expanded edition of Recreation, Mitch Epstein brings focus to life’s in-between moments while chronicling Americans’ pursuit of leisure across several decades.
William Eggleston’s lone foray into filmmaking, Stranded in Canton is an understated, unassuming, and unforgettable Southern Gothic masterpiece.
Magnum photographer Alec Soth’s recent YouTube talks compare and contrast the photographic and filmmaking processes.