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Swimming Pools in Photography Book: Keep Summer on Your Coffee Table

Swimming Pool in Photography | By Francis Hodgson; Hajte Cantz, $55 Dive into the alternately exciting and serene world of humanity’s intimate relationship with swimming pools...

African American Portraits: Photographs from the 1940s and 1950s

This exhibition presents more than one hundred and fifty studio portraits of African Americans from the mid-twentieth century, part of an important recent acquisition by The Met....

“Night Fever:” A New Book Reflects on the History of Nightclub Design

Night Fever | By Jörg Heiser et al; Vitra Design Museum; $85.00 It’s easy think of nightclubs as the places we go to forget about life for a while — to let our hair down,...

Daybreak: New Affirmations in Queer Photography

Explore the complexity and nuance of queer identity through the photographic works of a dozen emerging artists, as this dynamic collection shines a light on the potential of a...

Picture a Three-Photographer Show in LA During “A Month of Photography”

What kind of artists are being celebrated at the tenth anniversary edition of the Month of Photography Los Angeles?...

Why You Should Geek Out about the “Sexy Nerd Project”

We have seen the rise of nerd culture, but now one photographer is showing how hunky it can be. They’re all-too-familiar stereotypes: superheroes on comic book pages or movie...

Being: New Photography 2018 @ MoMa

The latest edition of MoMA’s popular New Photography series will feature works produced primarily since 2016 by 17 artists working in the US, and beyond. Being: New Photography...

A Hundred Unseen Photos Surface in New Marilyn Monroe Book

The Essential Marilyn Monroe | By Milton H. Greene; ACC Art Books; $65 There’s something about Marilyn. She seems to represent so much we love about old Hollywood — from her...

The AIDS/HIV Epidemic in Mexico Chronicled in Tomorrow Is a Long Time

Journalists Jon Cohen and Malcolm Linton take a sojourn south to chronicle the lives of people struggling with HIV in Mexico. The Tijuana River Canal, which runs along the border...

Manhattan Sunday Morning Snapshots Capture Life after Last Call

Richard Renaldi captures the decadence of a club scene now that it’s no longer shaken by fear of an untreatable disease. In 1996, after a breakup with his boyfriend, Richard...

I Actually Wore This: A New Book About a Timeless Idea

Written by Tom Coleman and Jerome Jakubiec | Rizzoli; $35 Have you ever looked in your closet and noticed an article of clothing you can’t believe found its way into your life?...

Tom Bianchi’s Fire Island Polaroids Bring Gay History to Life

FIRE ISLAND PINES: Polaroids 1975-1983, by the celebrated lawyer-turned-artist Tom Bianchi, contains dozens of exuberantly playful and homoerotic SX-70 Polaroid images taken...