Kenneth Goldsmith writes poetry to tear the media curtain.
The feature layers Paola Gianturco’s colorful photographs of global grandmothers with the admirable mission of improving the world for their adopted grandchildren.
With black and white photos of figures of 1980s, Jennette Montgomery Barron captured a “naive” New York, fresh from recession.
Ari Seth Cohen celebrates the freedom of the golden years through his photography.
Audrey Niffenegger’s mid-career retrospective is part of a busy line-up of work releasing Spring/Summer ’13
Street fashion blog redefines and popularizes the golden years.
NY80 celebrates the artists and celebrities captured in Montgomery Barron’s series.
MoMA’s first Poet Laureate expands on his “uncreative writing” style
Mysterious artist is becoming an art world phenomenon more than 30 years after his death
Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s portrait series is a who’s who guide to 80s NYC
Un-tattooed author Margot Mifflin identifies social trends and ideas through the progression of tattoo culture
Collage of media broadcasts rendered in text challenges both individual and collective memories.
German magazine covets Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s series of celebrity portraits from 80s NYC
Kenneth Goldsmith talks about “unique subjectivity,” and other tragedies that didn’t make the cut.
Author and photographer Ari Seth Cohen talks about why he is inspired by these daring fashionistas
Cope renders LA’s best angles in beautiful black-and-white photos.
MoMA Poet Laureate Kenneth Goldsmith unleashes provocative literary aesthetic in new book.
Montgomery Barron’s stripped down celebrity portraits give an alternate look at 80s legends
Icelanders capture the fading aesthetic of these well-known New York City institutions
Book captures the colorful and iconic NYC storefronts before they disappear
Salbi talks about meeting women living in war-torn countries, who wear make up under any circumstance.
After photos of Flying Henry go viral, Hulin returns to LightBox with an upcoming book.
Collection of portraits and essays shed light on the female perspective of war.
Magazine includes photos from Miranda Brooks, Jenna Lyons work space.