A new book by historian Eric Sandweiss reveals the man behind the camera.
An exhibition of Muslim self-portraits co-opts American icons to thwart stereotypes.
A project about reconstructing physical space that currently exists entirely online will be taken up in a physical exhibition at Monroe County History Center.
A new exhibit at the Kinsey Institute gallery looks at love and sex in wartime.
The work of three faculty members demonstrates the shifting boundaries among the disciplines, along with the endurance of certain themes and ways of working.
Photographer Antonio Bolfo seeks to offer a more nuanced portrait of the life of a police officer assigned to patrol a housing project in the South Bronx.
"When a home is repossessed," photographer Paul Smedberg observes, "objects--from toy parts to sofas--are left in a haphazard interior design of abandonment."
Paul Smedberg's photo-remixes combine a true fondness for quotidian imagery with a yearning to burst through simple appearances to a value-added reality.
The new photo exhibition at Bloomington’s pictura gallery shows us just how hard it is to be a man.
Decades later, the anonymity of many of these faces only seems to underscore Warhol’s prediction about one’s fifteen minutes of fame.