The Danziger Gallery is featuring the seldom-seen photographs of Antonio Lopez through April 28 in its Rivington Street space.
The semiretired photographer has not been affected financially by fallout from last week’s Boston Globe article.
Stylist Karl Templer and photographer David Bellemere stand their ground in the wake of The Boston Globe’s investigative article highlighting alleged sexual misconduct.
He believes young models should have agents or chaperones on set just as celebrities do with publicists.
The article highlights claims by 50-plus models who “made credible allegations” of sexual misconduct against at least 25 photographers, agents, stylists, casting directors and other industry professionals.
Whether parent company Puig advised Carolina Herrera to hand over the house’s design responsibilities to Wes Gordon is unknown.
Photographer Albert Watson isn’t about to let Cartier off the hook for allegedly copying one of his best-known photos.
The British photographer’s work is on display at the International Center of Photography Museum and Flowers Gallery in New York.
Georgia O’Keeffe’s calculating sense of style is on view at the Peabody Essex Museum through April 1.
Fans of the feature film “The Post” may be partial to “The Truth Lipstick,” an Ottenberg-designed lipstick case made from blank pages from The Washington Post.
This year’s finalists include Simone Leigh, Frances Stark and Wu Tsang from the U.S., and Bouchra Khalili from Morocco, Teresa Margolles from Mexico and Emeka Ogboh from Nigeria.
Introducing Halima Aden, Danielle Herrington and Hailey Clauson as Miss November, Miss October and Miss March.
O’Herlihy turns the camera on herself in a Frida Kahlo and Patti Smith-inspired self-portrait series.