Photography

'I tend not to see men, strangely': photographer Hannah Starkey on constructing a more truthful world inhabited by women

As Hepworth Wakefield hosts a major retrospective of her work, the British artist explains why she has spent 25 years training her lens almost exclusively on women

Vintage works shine at an increasingly digital Paris Photo fair

Spanish Civil War photos hidden for decades and a 200-year-old picture of a pineapple are among the highlights this year

New York to get major photography fair in September 2023 at Javits Centre

Photofairs New York is the sister event of Photofairs Shanghai, East Asia's largest commercial photography event

Contemporary and historic photographs capture moments of political urgency in Houston’s FotoFest biennial

The 19th edition of the photography exhibition is on view across various venues in the Texan metropolis

Cincinnati’s FotoFocus Biennial traces global issues, from climate change to discrimination

The 2022 edition of the largest photography biennial in the US includes over 100 projects that explore the theme of “world record”

The Photographers' Gallery in London appoints Shoair Mavlian as new director

A former intern will replace Brett Rogers as the new figurehead of the photography space, but will face immediate pressures concerning income, footfall and sponsorship

Could a rare Edward Steichen photograph break the auction record for the medium?

One of the highlights of Christie’s upcoming sale of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s collection, Steichen’s 1904 image is a symbol of photography’s transition into the world of fine art

Tunis's citywide biennial art festival returns with edition dedicated to photography and moving image

The sixth edition of Jaou takes over public sites such as advertising billboards and Avenue Habib Bourguiba, the historic downtown site of the country’s famous 2011 uprising

Battle lines drawn as Andy Warhol copyright case goes to US Supreme Court

Long-running case centres on a 1980s photograph of pop star Prince by Lynn Goldsmith, which later formed the basis of a series of prints by Andy Warhol

Confiscated photographs showing preparations for Hitler's 1938 visit to Italy are made public

Pictures capturing Rome and Florence prior to the Nazi leader's arrival were recovered by Italy's art recovery hit squad and are now held in the historic Luce film archive

Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans shows us ways to look without fear in MoMA survey

The show’s unconventional hang and nonhierarchical approach to photographic print invites us to think about images today

Aperture, the storied non-profit photography publisher and exhibitor, buys permanent Manhattan home

The non-profit, long housed in a sprawling fourth-floor space in Chelsea, will decamp uptown to a location with ample street-level space

The Black studio photographers of 19th and early 20th-century America come into focus

A new exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art focuses on the flourishing African American portraiture industry that emerged immediately after photography’s invention

William Klein, photographer who captured the bustle of New York City and brought high fashion into the streets, has died, aged 96

Klein, a native New Yorker, moved to Paris in the Second World War’s aftermath and forged an oeuvre spanning photography, film and painting

Is art censorship on the rise? How freedom of expression is being curbed across the globe

Plus, a striking photograph by Diane Arbus and the Guggenheim Bilbao at 25

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Six of the best photographs from Queen Elizabeth II's life in the spotlight

From wartime princess in khaki green to widowed monarch in black, Elizabeth became, through visual media, the most recognised figure in the world

‘Photography gave my existence meaning’: Ukrainian artist Boris Mikhailov on making art in the USSR

As he prepares for a major retrospective in Paris, he reflects on his homeland’s war with Russia and how his art was born from adversity

The artist confronting the history of New York’s slave trade

In her Armory Show solo stand with Higher Pictures Generation, Nona Faustine calls attention to the city’s oft-overlooked and pervasive ties to slavery

Book Clubfeature

Susan Sontag's influential 1977 book On Photography is reissued

New version published by The Folio Society includes new insights from curator Mia Fineman who has selected key accompanying images

School of Visual Arts to honour photojournalist Lynsey Addario with award and retrospective

The exhibition in Chelsea explores the photographer’s prolific career documenting humanitarian emergencies

Iraqi artists remove their works from Berlin Biennale over Abu Ghraib photography row

Sajjad Abbas, Raed Mutar and Layth Kareem say curators "prioritise the display of wrongly imprisoned Iraqis"

Lootnews

Allegedly stolen ancient Cambodian sculptures airbrushed from photoshoot of ‘most beautiful home in America’

Cambodian government says stone artefacts kept at San Francisco home of billionaire Lindemann family match those looted from sacred site

Getty institute and Smithsonian museum will share an unparalleled photo archive of Black American life

The photo archives of Ebony and Jet magazines will be studied and digitised by Los Angeles’s Getty Research Institute and Washington, DC’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

Twitter storm erupts over Ukrainian president's Vogue photoshoot with Annie Leibovitz

Some say the images, alongside First Lady Olena Zelenska, are in poor taste as the battle with Russia continues while others argue it will promote Ukraine's cause

Photographer Naima Green eulogises various forms of water and skin in New York exhibition

The artist’s powerful new body of work continues her exploration of queerness today

Booksreview

Tales of tragedy and heroism: book of photographs bring England’s shipwrecks to vivid life

Volume comprises superb black-and-white images of 68 shipwrecks off the notoriously treacherous south-west coast, beginning in 1871

Photographyinterview

Life inside Nazi death camps, as captured in prisoners’ clandestine photographs

Christophe Cognet on his new documentary, From Where They Stood, which focuses on extermination camp prisoners’ photographic acts of resistance

A 'revolt against the cult of the male genius': the must-see photographs at Rencontres d’Arles

France's historic photography festival gives top billing to the unseen, unrecognised and repressed, with a headline show dedicated to dissident feminist artists, many of whom worked behind the Iron Curtain