All in Reviews
Michôd's latest film might not be epic, but its performances are nothing less.
In her book, “Showcaller,” Talia Chetrit spreads her life out onto the pages, a retrospective exploring intimate and important moments from the past 24 years of her life
Alice Miceli’s, ‘Projeto Chernobyl’, at Americas Society captures the mysterious effects of gamma radiation on X-ray film.
The book photographs the titular cluster of city and federal office buildings that lie between the White House and the Capitol. A ‘bureaucratic Bermuda Triangle’, as Osborne put it.
The film's concept is strange and foreign enough to hold your attention through the end but it doesn’t capitalize on his obsessions. It’s not just science he’s after, it’s grandeur.
Another Way of Looking at Love, a 2018 photo book by Janelle Lynch […] elegantly demonstrates why it is important to learn about the world by closely examining it.
Andrew Moore captures the beauty and loneliness of rural life in his new collection, Blue Alabama.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery boasts their recently announced representation of Daido Moriyama with their current show, Within the Shadows, a solo exhibition featuring a wide survey of the photographer’s work.