• Shelby Lee Adams @ICP

    Hands on hips, a toweled head, and hanging baby clothes. Shelby Lee Adams in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Lu Guang @ICP

    A wary soot stained face amid the shimmering flames. Lu Guang in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Tomoko Sawada @ICP

    Transforming individual identity in 100 different ways. Tomoko Sawada in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Lucas Blalock @Aperture

    Introducing shifting uncertainty into a tabletop still life. Lucas Blalock in the Aperture Photographs group show at Aperture Gallery.

  • Camel Collective @Ulterior

    Ghostly hands manipulating camera equipment amid layered planes. Camel Collective in the back room at Ulterior Gallery.

  • Jake Naughton @United Photo Industries

    A gestural branch between two hedges, evoking first love. Jake Naughton at United Photo Industries.

  • Carl Van Vechten @Keith de Lellis

    Langston Hughes and a turn of the head. Carl Van Vechten at Keith De Lellis Gallery.

  • Carrie Mae Weems @Sotheby’s

    Waiting and watching. Carrie Mae Weems in the By Women, For Tomorrow’s Women¬†benefit sale, March 1, 2019, at Sotheby’s.

  • Paolo Roversi @Pace/MacGill

    Using blur to create an impressionistic watercolor effect. Paolo Roversi at Pace/MacGill Gallery.

  • Rachelle Mozman Solano @Smack Mellon

    Rethinking Paul Gauguin’s “primitive” muses. Rachelle Mozman Solano at Smack Mellon.

  • Christopher Russell @Gitterman

    Creating a veiled effect with meticulous surface scratches. Christopher Russell at Gitterman Gallery.

  • Constantin Brancusi @MoMA

    Self portrait with ethereal multiple exposure confusion. Constantin Brancusi in Constantin Brancusi Sculpture at MoMA.

  • Hank Willis Thomas/Emily Shur @ICP

    Rethinking Norman Rockwell for a diverse 21st century America. Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur in the For Freedoms show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Ulrike Ottinger @Bridget Donahue

    The sleek geometries of a mirrored headdress. Ulrike Ottinger at Bridget Donahue.

  • Laura Stevens @ClampArt

    An evocative pairing of quiet despair and rusty orange. Laura Stevens in The City (and a Few Lonely People) group show at ClampArt.

  • Clarissa Bonet @ClampArt

    A narrow slice of elongated shadow. Clarissa Bonet in The City (and a Few Lonely People) group show at ClampArt.

  • Andy Warhol @Whitney

    The original publicity still that became the Marilyn silkscreens. Andy Warhol at the Whitney.

  • Andy Warhol @Paul Kasmin

    Liza Minnelli in high contrast black, white, and red. Andy Warhol at Paul Kasmin Gallery.

  • Sally Gall @Julie Saul

    The wispy forms of kites in the wind. Sally Gall at Julie Saul Gallery.

  • Stephen Mallon @Front Room

    The gnarled sculptural form of junk yard debris. Stephen Mallon at Front Room Gallery.