Rachel Syme writes on the photography critic Vince Aletti’s collection of thousands and thousands of fashion magazines, which are the basis for a new book called “Issues,” out from Phaidon.
Chris Wiley writes about Sultan’s photography book “Pictures from Home,” which includes interviews with his parents that undercut the narrative of his father as a fallen Horatio Alger type.
Andrea K. Scott writes about the photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya’s new show, “The Conditions,” at Team Gallery, through April 13th, and the queer history of the portrait studio.
Eren Orbey writes on “Ke Lefa Laka: Her-Story,” a photo series by the South African photographer Lebohang Kganye.
Anakwa Dwamena writes about the photographer Al Thompson, whose ongoing photo series “Remnants of an Exodus” documents the changes in Spring Valley, a New York City suburb where Thompson came of age.