Johanna Fateman on the début U.S. exhibition of the Swiss photographer Senta Simond, at the Danziger Gallery, in New York, and about the intimate, spontaneous mood of Simond’s portraits.
Hilton Als on the photographer Anthony Barboza, whose portraits of black stars, culled from theatre, film, and publishing, included Owen Dodson, Debbie Allen, Miriam Makeba, Toukie Smith, and others.
Coralie Kraft speaks with Dutch photographer Henk Wildschut, whose new book, “Rooted,” shows the gardens planted by refugees fleeing conflicts in Syria, Libya, and other parts of the world.
Isaac Chotiner talks with the photographer David Burnett, whose images from the Watergate hearings and the Bill Clinton impeachment have become iconic, and who plans to be on hand as the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump culminate in a Senate trial.
Janet Elise Johnson writes about the work of the Israeli photographer Michal Chelbin, who twice travelled to Ukraine to photograph teen-agers there: in eastern Ukraine, in 2008, and then in and around Kyiv, in 2019.