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“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

Culture as Dialogue: Vasantha Yogananthan Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A color photograph of monkeys climbing bars in the fog titled, Vanar and Markat, by Vasantha Yogananthan

A photobook retells the Ramayana.

The Multiple Becomes Unique: Tom Lecky Interviewed by Kim Beil
Bernard Taylor Cover

A photobook playfully documents local history.

Center Love: Caleb Azumah Nelson Interviewed by Rachel Eliza Griffiths
Open Water by Caleb Azumah Nelson

A novel about two Black British artists who fall in love and are forced to face challenges beyond their control.

I Have Had Enough Conversations To Know That Flowers Sell: Jeffrey Augustine Songco Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
A photograph of a room featuring a piano a photograph of someone kissing a trophy a plaque and a chair titled, Jeffrey Augustine Songco: Society of 23’s Trophy Game Room

Objects and installations that redirect symbolic systems.

In Some Far-off Place, Many Light Years in Space, I’ll Wait for You: Mikael Owunna Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
A torso of a man speckled with fluorescent colors against a black background titled, Oku na Mmiri (Fire and Water), by Michael Owunna

Photographs that aim to reflect the divine nature of Blackness.

The Value of Labor: Rodrigo Valenzuela Interviewed by Forrest Muelrath
A black and white photograph of machine parts assembled in a metal room titled, Afterwork #2, by ​Rodrigo Valenzuela

Films and photographs that address the future of work.

Chris McKim’s Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker by Eugenie Dalland
Three buffaloes tumble off the side of a cliff.

Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker (World of Wonder) a documentary by Chris McKim, pays tribute David Wojnarowicz, capturing the care and ferocity of the AIDS activist and artist.

On the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
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A project organized by Kalup Linzy

Archive and Place: William Camargo Interviewed by Kim Beil
A color photograph from behind of a person running across an empty parking lot titled, As Far As I Can Get, by William Camargo

Photographing hidden and alternative histories.

Liberating the Taxonomic: Mark McKnight Reviewed by Steven Warwick
Black and white photograph of a male torso titled, Tear, by Mark McKnight

Queer, corporeal figures in a desert landscape.

Art Isn’t Fair: Further Essays on the Traffic in Photographs and Related Media by Allan Sekula Reviewed by Billy Anania
Allan Sekula, ​Art Isn’t Fair: Further Essays on the Traffic in Photographs and Related Media

A new book of writings and photographs by the acclaimed artist and writer.

Ulrike Meyer Stump’s Karl Blossfeldt: Variations by eteam
Printed sheets of various flowers photographed.

In the 1890s in Berlin, a young sculptor started going out collecting plants.

Many Silenced Histories: Alicia Grullón Interviewed by Louis Bury
A photograph of a woman sitting on her bike in a kitchen while wearing a mask and holding a plastic bag titled, June 3, 2020, by Alicia Grullón

A photographic practice examining the relationship between art and politics.

Mare Incognitum / Unknown Sea: Deborah Jack Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
A video still of a shoreline with a box in it featuring water and another small red box in the lower lefthand corner titled, Drawn by water, by Deborah Jack

Imaging bodies in contested landscapes.

The Presence of the Perfect Image: Diane Severin Nguyen Interviewed by Alec Recinos
A close up of the keys on an electronic keyboard titled, Tyrant Star, by Diane Severin Nguyen

A desire to exceed oneself in photographs.

A Charged Stillness: Tema Stauffer Interviewed by Kathryn Savage
A color photograph of a red clay driveway between two strips of green grass titled, Red Clay Driveway, Perdue Hill, Alabama, by ​Tema Stauffer

Photographs that capture the restlessness of place.

Narratives of Personhood: Harold Mendez Interviewed by Brandon Sward
A large black and white photograph of a boy with a hat riding a horse titled, Sin nombre, by Harold Mendez

Stretching the limits of photography and representation.

A New Empathetic Lens: Virginia Lee Montgomery by Martha Tuttle
A blue memory foam mattress with a piece of marble in the middle of it with a projected video of a butterfly in the background titled, Marble Egg and Butterfly Birth Bed, by Virginia Lee Montgomery

A hybrid art aims to reveal interconnection.

Challenging Borders: Lara Atallah Interviewed by Sheryl Oppenheim
A blue book resting on its side with a photograph on the cover titled, Edge of Elysium: Volume 1, by Lara Atallah

Traumatizing the photographic image.

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