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Annie Leibovitz’s Work on ‘Women’ Is Never Done
The photographer returns to her most personal project with new subjects, a new touring exhibition and a new mentor: Gloria Steinem. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

A New Crop of International Designers to Know
Clustered around the gritty borough of Hackney, one close-knit group is shaping our future. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Art and Science Meld as NASA Announces a New Artist Collaboration
The artist and photographer Justin Guariglia will work to present the effects of climate change to the public. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

In An NYC Stairwell, One Of Keith Haring's Murals May Be In Peril
The celebrated street artist painted the mural in a former convent that offered low-cost housing in the '80s. Now the church that owns the building is strapped for cash and has asked tenants to leave. Tenants are fighting eviction and raising concerns about the future of the mural. Read the full story on NPR. READ MORE

Marc Riboud, Photographer of One of History’s Most Iconic Anti-War Images, Dead at 93
French photographer Marc Riboud, whose spellbinding images of war, protest, and everyday life captured both the travails and triumphs of his generation, died this Tuesday in Paris at the age of 93. Read the full Artsy article here. READ MORE

Nan Goldin Wants You to Know She Didn’t Invent Instagram

Instagram Adds “Stories” Feature That Feels A Lot Like Snapchat
Want to take pictures and then have them automatically deleted? This feature is for you. Read the full Popular Photography article here. READ MORE

'Picturing Children' Shows More Than A Century Of African-American Childhoods

The National Museum of African American History and Culture's director Lonnie Bunch talks about a new book from the museum's collection showing a snapshot of life for African-American children. Read the full NPR Code Switch interview here.


Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are

They compete in crowded stadiums and on hazardous terrain, using hands and eyes, tools and experience, and sometimes their elbows, too. We' re not talking about athletes but rather the photographers who get up close and click away. Now, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum invites visitors to reconsider work that has long been seen as ephemeral. Read the full New York Time article here.


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