Topic: photography

Sarah Sudhoff
In Progress

Objects of Sex: ‘Wired’ at the Kinsey Institute

Sarah Sudhoff cataloged many of the devices, both contemporary and vintage, that the Kinsey Institute has used in its sex research.

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© Estate of Grey Villet
Out There

The Loving Story: Loving v. Virginia and the Photographs of Grey Villet

It’s not unusual for a documentary film to rely on photographs to illustrate history, but The Loving Story—using vintage photographs taken by Grey Villet for LIFE magazine—demonstrates a unique way of doing so.

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Lauren Fleishman
In Progress

Love Ever After: A Valentine’s Day Special

Three years ago, Lauren Fleishman began photographing couples who have been married for more than 50 years in an attempt to document romantic histories.

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Zhang Xiao
In Progress

A Record of China’s Changing Coastlines

In recent years many contemporary photographers have focused their work on the rapid industrialization taking place in China, but Chinese photographer Zhang Xiao turned his attention to subtler changes in China’s coastal areas.

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Eugène Atget / The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Out There

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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Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

On the Campaign Trail with Newt Gingrich

For this week’s issue of TIME, photographer Peter van Agtmael covered Newt Gingrich’s primary victory in South Carolina along with all the local color.

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Eunice Adorno
Photo Essay

The Flower Girls: Mennonites in Mexico

Mexican photographer Eunice Adorno explores the isolated Mennonite communities in Mexico in her new book, “Las Mujeres Flores”.

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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME
The Backstory

Inside Barack Obama’s World

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris spent the day with the U.S. president for this week’s cover story.

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Glenna Gordon
Photo Essay

Living with the Past in Liberia

As Liberia inaugurates Nobel Laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to her second term as president today, photographer Glenna Gordon reflects on how the West African nation continues to grapple with its complicated past.

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Royal Horse Artillery—©Archive of Modern Conflict
Out There

Amc²: A Compilation of History’s Lost Cultures

A new journal seeks to coalesce “different groups of work that illuminate lost corners of our cultural life.”

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