Paris Photo Fair 2018: Highlights

The focus of this year's event was firmly on talented women photographers

Now in its 22nd edition, Paris Photo remains the premier fair for photo-based art, where rare masterpieces are presented alongside the under-appreciated or the over-looked—and all under the majestic green iron curves of the Grand Palais. This year, fair organizers and exhibitors were noticeably influenced by the growing global request to do more to improve the recognition of women. At the invitation of the fair, …

Matthew Porter’s “Four False Starts” Exhibition

The Brooklyn-based artist blurs the lines of photographic manipulation in his LA show

Brooklyn-based artist Matthew Porter is part of a large group of contemporary artists pushing the boundaries of traditional photographic techniques and blurring the lines of digital and film manipulation. What sets Porter apart, however, are his calculated transitions between manipulated and straight photography. His recent book “Archepelago” (selected as one of our top picks at the New York Art Book Fair) was designed to highlight …

2015 New York Art Book Fair

Our picks from Printed Matter's tenth edition of the event at MoMA PS1

The 10th anniversary edition the New York Art Book Fair, hosted by Printed Matter at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, felt more focused and streamlined than ever, yet still featured over 370 booksellers, publishers, artists and institutions from 28 countries. We tagged along through the fair (check out our picks from last year’s edition here) with a private tour hosted by the International Center …