In 2015, Newbury photographer Bill Franson set out in search of the Mason-Dixon line—the the legendary boundary between America’s North and South, between the Civil War’s free and slave states.…Continue Reading →
“Many of my portraits are about affection,” Cambridge photographer Elsa Dorfman once wrote. With her mammoth, 200-pound Polaroid 20×24 camera—one of only five or six built—she made commissioned studio portraits…Continue Reading →
“Laura McPhee: Desert Chronicle”—on view at Boston’s Carroll and Sons gallery from Dec. 4, 2019, to Feb. 1, 2020—is a concise exhibition of five large photos from the Brookline artist’s…Continue Reading →
For four decades, American born Carol Beckwith and Australian Angela Fisher have journeyed over 300,000 miles across the African continent, travelling through 44 countries to document more than 150 traditional…Continue Reading →
A band of lights glows behind the translucent blue plastic curtain of Clint Baclawski’s latest artwork, “Fringe” at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston from Sep. 6 to Oct. 13, 2019. Yellow…Continue Reading →
‘You Don’t Look Haitian,’ People Tell Valerie Anselme. Her Photos Show What Haitians Really Look Like.
“Anytime I say I’m Haitian, I’ve had people look at me and say, ‘You don’t look Haitian,’” photographer Valerie Anselme says. “It’s not only happened to me, it’s happened to…Continue Reading →