Elisabeth Biondi writes about the photographer Horacio Salinas’s new book, “Horacio Salinas: Photography 19 x 15.”
Coralie Kraft writes on the photo series “Polar Night,” by the photographer Mark Mahaney, which chronicles a two-month winter period of uninterrupted darkness in Utqiagvik, Alaska.
Richard Brody writes about the photographs of Francis Wolff, a co-founder of the record label Blue Note.
Jelani Cobb writes on the photographs of Robert Frank, the Swiss photographer who died on September 9, 2019, and how Frank’s book “The Americans” captured the idea of America.
Amanda Petrusich writes on the legacy of the photographer Robert Frank, who died on Monday, including his book “The Americans,” his work in the Museum of Modern Art’s famed exhibition “The Family of Man,” and his approach to ambiguity.