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Photography

  1. the cut podcast
    Emily Ratajkowski Wants Her Pictures BackThe model, actress, and essayist talks image, power, and consent on this week’s episode of The Cut podcast.
  2. first person
    Buying Myself BackWhen does a model own her own image?
  3. art
    Young Black Photographers, Blurring the LinesA look at “Just Pictures,” a new show curated by Antwaun Sargent.
  4. fundraising
    Some ‘Pro-Sex, Anti-Fascist’ Art for Your WallsProceeds benefit groups supporting Black trans people and sex workers.
  5. the bigger picture
    Jumping for JusticeChris Facey’s photographs recall summer in the ’90s.
  6. the bigger picture
    On the Front Lines of the Portland ProtestsAs protesters face down Trump’s heavily armed “secret police,” photographer JD Barnes has been capturing the chaos.
  7. the bigger picture
    Exploring the Complexities of Latinidad and CommunityIn the Bronx Documentary Center’s third annual American Foto Festival.
  8. the bigger picture
    Portrait of a Place: Sucre, ColombiaPhotographer Josefina Santos captures her mother’s hometown, a part of her own identity.
  9. the bigger picture
    See the Second Lives of Drive-in Movie Theaters“People make a purposeful trip to visit these places. They’re invested.”
  10. the bigger picture
    Taking Back the LensA collective bolstering visibility in photography invites you to “See in Black.”
  11. the bigger picture
    70-Plus Photographers Unite in Fundraising Initiative Against Systemic RacismReframing the Future is working with photographers and graphic designers to fundraise for National Bail Out and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.
  12. photography
    The Afterlife of George Floyd: A Portfolio by Photographer Eli ReedAmerican iconography of a death, history and a Black southern homecoming.
  13. the bigger picture
    Portraits of an Isolated Family“It is a daunting task to capture the essence of someone you love in a photograph.”
  14. the bigger picture
    Photographing the New New YorkCheryl Dunn captures the city’s suddenly quiet streets.
  15. the bigger picture
    Photographer Shan Wallace Revisits the Ballroom Scene of Her YouthAn intimate look at voguing culture in 2020, in New York and Baltimore.
  16. the bigger picture
    Alice Zoo’s Photographs Explore How Memory Is Recorded“I was taking this dark thing and giving it a shape and a name.”
  17. the bigger picture
    In Venezuela, Photographer Andrea Hernández Puts the Pandemic Into Perspective“This project makes me think about the things that are bigger than myself.”
  18. read with us
    Our Mothers, Before UsWhat can we learn from images of the women we never met?
  19. they seem cool
    The Model Inspired by Cinnamon RollsMeet Massima Desire.
  20. the bigger picture
    Intimate Portraits, Captured From a DistanceTsarina Merrin documents the importance of community, even during strange times.
  21. the bigger picture
    38 Glimpses of Social Distancing Around the WorldThe pause, in pictures.
  22. the bigger picture
    Channeling Creativity in Crisis“The pictures we created in our garden, in a way, were like an elaboration of our feelings and trying to find the refuge in our own world.”
  23. photography
    How to Help One of the Busiest Hospitals in New York CityPictures for Elmhurst is selling prints by New York photographers to raise funds for Elmhurst Hospital.
  24. the bigger picture
    Adjusting to Life at HomeNanna Heitmann documents her days while quarantined in Moscow.
  25. the bigger picture
    In Norway, a Photographer and His Partner Are Isolating and ExpectingEspen Rasmussen documents his family’s new normal.
  26. the bigger picture
    Italy’s Lockdown, Photographed Through a Rear WindowFilippo Venturi documents a neighborhood making the most of its yard time.
  27. they seem cool
    The Mother-Daughter Duo Fueled by CreativityMeet Liz and Winter Collins.
  28. cut covers
    Rah-Rah, BitchesLa’Darius Marshall is the real breakout star of Cheer.
  29. art and soul
    The Baltimore Museum of Art Is Putting Women First in 2020In a year of exhibitions dedicated to female-identifying artists, here are eight that stand out.
  30. politics
    Bernie’s Wife Is the Original SandernistaFor richer or poorer, Jane Sanders married a movement.
  31. the bigger picture
    The Many Faces of Madame d’OraThe photographer’s Neue Galerie retrospective sparks a renaissance.
  32. dream date
    To All The Girls He’s Loved BeforeWelcome to Jordan Fisher’s real-life rom-com.
  33. parties!
    Everyone on Instagram Was Invited to this Fashion Week PartyBut not everyone could get in.
  34. How Collaboration Inspires These Fashion Power Players Inside the creative partnership that’s changing the fashion industry.
  35. the bigger picture
    See a New Exhibition That Captures the Flyest NYC CommunityFor 40 years, Rainbow Shoe Repair has photographed Lower East Siders in their element.
  36. cut covers
    Janelle Monáe’s Afrofuture“It’s like an orgasm and the big bang happening while skydiving as Grace Jones smiles.”
  37. the bigger picture
    Photographing Cultural Icons at Eye LevelDana Lixenberg’s new show, “American Images,” features famous creatives at their most uninhibited.
  38. the bigger picture
    A Colorful Celebration of Jamaican StyleAn exhibition capturing the relationship between hair and identity among Jamaican women.
  39. dream date
    The New Queer on the BlockJacqueline Toboni charms as a soft-butch heartbreaker on The L Word: Generation Q.
  40. space of the week
    Inside a Backyard Yurt in BrooklynSleeping in the wilds of Bed-Stuy gets analog-camera guru Kyle Depew into nature. (It saves on rent, too.)
  41. dream date
    Breakfast With a Side of Manny JacintoThe Good Place actor on dancing, orgasms, and being an internet-crush object.
  42. the bigger picture
    100 Years of Hygge, IlluminatedThe rich history of Danish lighting design from 1920 to now.
  43. gallery
    Extravagant Gowns on the Streets of RomeIn a fashion shoot curated by Valentino’s designer.
  44. the bigger picture
    A Love Letter to MexicoFrom the former director of Elle España.
  45. the bigger picture
    Before There Were Instagram Filters, There Was Kodachrome700,000 anonymous photo slides form a nostalgic picture of mid-century domesticity.
  46. sex
    Peter Berlin Thinks You Work Too Much“I never had a drive but getting laid. So, I had a fabulous life.”
  47. photography
    A Joyful Testament to Middle AgeElinor Carucci photographs her teenagers, her uterus, and her naked self.
  48. streetwear
    Supreme Still Reigns Supreme, 25 Years LaterA visual manual for hypebeasts.
  49. can't spell fashun without fun
    A Reminder From Dior: Fashion Should Be FunDior: Moments of Joy captures the brand’s legacy of gaiety.
  50. the bigger picture
    ‘I Don’t Think a Man Could Have Taken the Picture’National Geographic celebrates 130 years of photographing women across the globe.
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