Country: United States Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Suzanne Engelberg is especially interested in interpretive landscape photography. Her connection to the natural world has been a strong force throughout her life. She began her career as […]
Author of practical guides to adapted physical activity for seniors. The series is called “A close distant” During this particular period of confinement, I wanted to bounce back and use this reality as a springboard, a source of inspiration. The […]
In the course of 56 years living in a psychiatric hospital in the small city of Risskov, Denmark, a self-taught artist born Louis Marcussen (1894–1985) christened themselves anew as Ovartaci. The moniker translates roughly to Chief Loon, and was […]
On May 22 each year, when the eastern Caribbean island of Martinique observes Emancipation Day, drums beat from sunrise until the break of dawn the next day. Participants at open-air, starlit gatherings dance, sing, play drums and feast for ancestors […]
Broadway theaters have always been named for giants of the stage—including, to name a few, Eugene O’Neill, George and Ira Gershwin, and Neil Simon. Historically, however, few Black artists have received this honor. Now, in a historic first, a Broadway theater will be named […]
The announcement, by the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that Hagia Sophia was to be “reconverted” from a museum into a mosque was followed immediately by an outpouring of dismay and an upswell of enthusiasm. As it happens, this […]
Dave Glass studied photojournalism at City College of San Francisco, in what he calls “a blue-collar photography program,” in 1969 and 1970. He grew up in the Western Addition, a central district encompassing the row of Victorians nicknamed the […]
Country: Germany Birth: 1995 Anna Försterling is a German photographer specializing in artistic nude and portrait photography. She was born in 1995 and grew up in Saxony, near Dresden. She successfully completed her training as a photographer from 2014 to […]
A show opening today at the Courtauld Institute in London will display nearly a dozen paintings by Edvard Munch that have never been seen by the British public. The exhibition traces the Norwegian painter’s development from the 1880s through […]
“Why Cezanne? Why today?” These were the questions the curators of a new, once-in-a-generation retrospective of the French painter at the Art Institute of Chicago asked themselves as they went to work a few years back. When it comes […]
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The Photos of the Week
A firefighter lights a backburn near Midpines Park along Highway 140 as the Oak fire burns near Mariposa.
Photograph: Tracy Barbutes/Reuters
Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/AFP/Getty Images
Children scavenge for scrap metal in Kabul.
Photograph: Daniel Leal/AFP/Getty Images
A man stands in a cave at the Sardona glacier in Vaettis. The melting glacier revealed this cave.