Tag: Photography

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Mel Rosenthal, Photographer Who Captured the Bronx, Dies at 77

Immigrants were also the focus of “Refugee: The Newest New Yorkers,” an exhibition seen in New York and...

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Your Week in Culture: Jimmie Durham, Bruno Mars, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ on Stage

The current leg of his world tour for the album, his third LP, wraps up with four nights...

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Virginia Thoren, Artful Fashion Photographer, Dies at 97

Photo Virginia Thoren in an undated photo. “You were a camera and eyewitness to a golden age —...

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Books of The Times: Vivian Maier, Through a Clearer Lens

But stories — like snapshots — are shaped by people, and for particular purposes. There’s always an angle....

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‘So Long, Bobby’: New Exhibit Looks Back at Robert Kennedy’s Funeral Train

Photo Paul Fusco’s photographs from the train carrying the body of Robert F. Kennedy from New York City...

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‘Terry Richardson Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg’

Porter, the Net-a-Porter magazine, also said it was no longer working with Mr. Richardson. So did Hearst magazines,...

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Fine Arts & Exhibits: The Aftermath of War, Seen Through Photographers’ Eyes

Ms. McCusker is hardly alone. The impetus to use an art form to address the problems in the...

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The Look: Traveling Across Japan

Advertisement CreditHiroyuki Ito for The New York Times Hiroyuki Ito covered a lot of ground this summer: Moji,...