ART / Special Focus

Kenyan-born artist Wangari Mathenge’s new body of work draws inspiration from “The Danger of a Single Story,” a 2009 Ted Talk delivered ... More

Wangari Mathenge

Interview & Portrait by Jan-Willem Dikkers

In early 1990s rural Mississippi, Levon Brooks was arrested for murdering a three-year-old girl and sentenced to life in prison. A few ... More

Levon and Kennedy:

Mississippi Innocence Project

I went to hang and shoot with Maly in her studio at her home in Long Beach on a Saturday morning. When ... More

Maly Mann

by Caleb Thal

What began as a fascination with remote, rural communities, necessarily evolved into a greater conversation about modernization and tradition for documentary photographer ... More

Winfried Bullinger

Interview by Lia Marie Hillers

German photojournalist Corinna Kern is interested in the fringe groups of society, those outside the Westernized norm. Her subjects are often marginalized ... More

Corinna Kern

Female Maskers

This spring in Frankfurt, Germany, large-scale portraits of refugees drape over the faces of multi-story buildings, old and new, as part of ... More

Vitus Saloshanka:
New Citizens

New Citizens

With a predilection for capturing documentary moments, German filmmaker and photographer Kirstin Schmitt explores her adopted city of Havana with a camera ... More


Waiting for the Candymen

Photographer Emilie Regnier spent most of her childhood in West and Central Africa, and situates her photo series Hair in her then ... More

Emilie Regnier

Issue Questionnaire

When my grandmother turned 90 this year, our family created a tributary artwork that incorporated various symbols she uses in her body ... More

Betye Saar

Interview by Sola Agustsson

I met Chicago-born artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn in 2013 and have had the pleasure of working with him on a number of ... More

Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Interview by Dexter Wimberly

Known for his ever-evolving approach to painting, sculptural installation and photography, Bronx-born artist Kori Newkirk uninhibitedly explores cultural identity, black history and ... More

Kori Newkirk

Interview by Christine Y. Kim

Catherine Opie’s work ranges from self-portraiture to landscape photography, often investigating identity through portraits of social groups including the LGBT community, surfers ... More

Catherine Opie

The Art of Philanthropy

Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny became partners in love and art the day they met ten years ago. Together they founded SUPERM, ... More

SUPERM: Slava Mogutin & Brian Kenny

An Interview

The following conversation took place in early December 2007 in the second-floor office of Gavin Brown’s Enterprise on Greenwich Street in Lower ... More


by Walter Robinson

In the spring of 2001 Kehinde Wiley completed his MFA in Painting at Yale University and then moved to New York to ... More


by Christine Y.Kim

Civic Endurance is Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry’s series of life-size color photographs and a video that together document a 25-hour endurance ... More


by Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry