On the photographer Sally Mann: her life, her work, and her recent exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
When was the last time you saw a really good photographic print? I am not just talking about a decent image; I mean a great print of that image. My guess is you probably have not seen one in a while, at least not on a gallery wall in Chelsea (with some exceptions).
The late UK photographer Bob Carlos Clarke, known for his striking and revolutionary use of rubber on his models, never became an internationally famous photographer in the vein of Newton, Avedon or Ritts—until now. TREATS! looks back— and forward—at Clarke’s maverick career, his turbulent personal life and what the future may hold for his legacy.
My review of the photographer Bill Diodato’s new book, Care of Ward 81 (forward by Mary Ellen Mark).
Kiki Smith is known primarily as a sculptor, but this book showcases her talent as a photographer.
On my experience during Fashion’s Night Out in New York City, 2009.
An oboe player and an artist in one. Also, a man obsessed with the number seventeen.
A review of an exhibition at the Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York.