• Unidentified Photographer @MoMA

    Distorting a face into a swooping beak. An unidentified photographer (from c1900) in room 521 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Man Ray @MoMA

    A surreal mix of textural layering. Man Ray (from 1926) in room 517 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Constantin Brancusi @MoMA

    Contrasts of rough and smooth, in heads of newborns. Constantin Brancusi (from c1923) in room 516 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Brassaï @MoMA

    The insistent ribbed edges of Picasso sculpture. Brassaï (from 1943) in room 516 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Wade Guyton @Miguel Abreu

    The pulled textures of prints laid on the studio floor. Wade Guyton (from 2020) in the When Image Processing Became Painting group show at Miguel Abreu Gallery.

  • Richard Prince @Miguel Abreu

    Adding real gravel to an appropriated image of the Allman Brothers Band. Richard Prince (from 2013) in the When Image Processing Became Painting group show at Miguel Abreu Gallery.

  • Astrid Klein @Sprüth Magers

    Cinematic glamour interrupted by typed text. Astrid Klein at Sprüth Magers.

  • August Sander @MoMA

    Mother and child in the garden, backed by the lines of hanging laundry. August Sander (from 1911-1931) in room 514 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Frank Gohlke @MoMA

    Marching lines of light and shadow, with a single thin bridge across the white sky. Frank Gohlke (from 1973-1978) in room 511 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Margaret Bourke-White @MoMA

    Nested geometric circles, like a Modernist abstraction, as seen in a Montana wind tunnel. Margaret Bourke-White (from 1936) in room 510 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Homer Page @MoMA

    The twinned forms of back-bending riveters. Homer Page (from c1950) in room 510 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Lewis Hine @MoMA

    Circular harmonies working inside a turbine. Lewis Hine (from c1920) in room 510 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Eugène Atget @MoMA

    The textured surfaces of a narrow Parisian alley. Eugène Atget (from 1900) in room 501 of MoMA’s permanent collection galleries.

  • Ed Templeton @Brooklyn Museum

    A now-classic zine of youth culture. Ed Templeton (from 1999) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Ryan McGinley @Brooklyn Museum

    An irreverent strain of self-portraiture. Ryan McGinley (from 2001) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Paul Mpagi Sepuya @Brooklyn Museum

    Early zines exploring intimate portraiture. Paul Mpagi Sepuya (from 2005-2006) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • K8 Hardy @Brooklyn Museum

    Satirizing fashion tropes with at home improvisation. K8 Hardy (from 2002-2006) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Tammy Rae Carland @Brooklyn Museum

    Re-inhabiting 1960s era snapshots of her parents. Tammy Rae Carland (from 1998) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Devin N. Morris @Brooklyn Museum

    Interrupting a face with shimmery fabrics. Devin N. Morris (from 2016) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.

  • Pat McCarthy @Brooklyn Museum

    The repeating patterns of photocopied pigeons. Pat McCarthy (from 2019) in the Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines show at the Brooklyn Museum.