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Alexander Ho

Digital Art Director, TIME.com
Alexander Ho is the Digital Art Director of TIME.com, overseeing the design and visual development of TIME's editorial projects online. Previously, he was the Special Projects Photo Editor, where oversaw the photography of TIME.com's projects, packages, and products—including Person of the Year and TIME100. Before he joined TIME in 2010, he worked as a curator and artist’s assistant. In addition to working at TIME, he is also a photographer—his work has been published and exhibited internationally.

Latest Posts by Alexander Ho

The Christmas Tree Bucket: Trent Parke's Family Album
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A Summertime Christmas Down Under: Trent Parke’s Family Photo Album

Parke’s latest book capture an ideal of Christmas somehow familiar and foreign — BBQ and sunburns and tinsel and pine trees.

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© Colette Urbajtel / Archivo Manuel Álvarez Bravo, S.C.
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Revisiting the Mastery of Mexican Photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo

A new exhibition, which includes rare and unseen images, celebrates the career of the experimental fine art photographer, who relentlessly captured the history of Mexico’s evolving social and geopolitical atmosphere.

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Martin Parr—Magnum / Courtesy Contrasto
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Martin Parr: Picturing the American South

The High Museum of Art commissioned Martin Parr to document Atlanta as part of its Picturing the South project—a series of artist commissions that engage with the American South. Channeling his unparalleled ability to collate humor, wit, and curiosity into his heavily socio-cultural photographs, Parr captured the oddities and eccentricities of contemporary Americana.

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Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York
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Stan Douglas Named the Recipient of ICP’s Infinity Award for Art

Stan Douglas has been named the recipient of the prestigious Infinity Award for Art by the International Center of Photography, which will be presented tonight. Lightbox visits highlights of three projects from the artist’s prolific photographic endeavors.

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Eugène Atget / The Museum of Modern Art, New York
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Eugène Atget’s ‘Documents Pour Artistes’

Drawing from its expansive collection of Eugène Atget’s work, the Museum of Modern Art in New York is exhibiting more than 100 of the photographer’s images, with a show title inspired by the artist himself.

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Courtesy of James Casebere and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
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Deconstructing Constructions: James Casebere’s Works 1975-2010

A new book chronicles highlights from the American artist’s 35-year career.

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Francesca Woodman / Courtesy George and Betty Woodman
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Retrospective: Looking Back on Francesca Woodman’s Prolific Career

Known for her surrealist self-portraits, the photographer’s most comprehensive posthumous exhibition to date is now on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström
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Human Behavior: An Exploration of People Watching

Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström capture the dynamic between humans and nature in their series, Watching Humans Watching.

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Courtesy Doug Rickard—Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco
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Art and the Outside World: MoMA’s ‘New Photography’

A new exhibition examines prominent, emerging work by six artists in contemporary photography.

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Elinor Carucci—Sasha Wolf Gallery
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Pregnancy, Birth, and Motherhood: Born by Elinor Carucci

Israeli-American photographer Elinor Carucci’s series Born captures the experience of becoming a mother. The images chronicle her life from pregnancy to the first three years of motherhood, depicting both the exuberance and toils of having children.

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