A new photography exhibit invites viewers to contemplate the emotional toll of discrimination.
In an interview, Doug Mills, a Times photographer in the Washington bureau, reflects on a relentless four years.
The harsh wind-hammered tundra sometimes complicates the prospect, as do the polar bears. But the children are enthusiastic pupils.
At the Whitney Museum, the enduring legacy of the Kamoinge photography collective — 14 distinctive talents finally in the spotlight.
The Getty has digitized 60,000 Ed Ruscha photos as 12 Sunsets, a 35-year exploration of Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. In 1966, decades before the origins of Google Street View,…
That was a banging massive until the vacuum cleaner showed up. (Provenance unknown. Thanks Harlow!)