Two lost photo essays, now on display at the Art Institute, go beyond racial stereotypes to reveal the real life of Harlem.
He was one of the mid-20th century’s most prolific photographers. Now, at 92, Shay’s getting the vast archive that fills his home in order, and he’s finally receiving the appreciation from the art world he’s long deserved.
In defense of Peter Max, acid-age designer and painter
Documentary photographer Danny Lyon’s The Bikeriders revs up for a long-overdue reissue.
How Ray Bradbury tried to redeem Hemingway’s death
The Block Museum kicks off its Gordon Parks photo exhibit with a Thursday screening of his film “The Learning Tree,” the first modern studio film by a black director.