We've spotlighted a baker's dozen of exhibitions in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, London, New York and San Francisco that'll get you into gallery-going mode this fall.
A new show gets at the complexity of human relationships through both anonymous snapshots and works by esteemed photographers.
The photographer focuses on the nation’s immigrant experience in his haunting images of the island’s once-crumbling hospital complex.
Manfredi Gioacchini’s black-and-white photos provide compelling proof that some environments are more than mere backdrops to creativity.
In beautiful yet haunting detail, Sarah C. Butler photographed her mother in a ramshackle New England farmhouse.
Influenced by modern life and steeped in social commentary, Straus's landscape paintings make us see our surroundings anew.
Saddle up! We're opening the barn door for a look at the unbridled aesthetic power of horses.
A mix of iconic and little-seen images captured by the famed globe-trotting photographer comes to light in a new exhibition.
At Paul Kasmin Gallery, the renowned photographer shows artful panoramas of Mumbai's sprawling outskirts and the ruins of a Beirut luxury hotel.
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