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., NYTimes photog, has traveled around the world documenting the effects of climate change on our planet. Join him and on May 19 at as they discuss his powerful work. Tickets on sale now:
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Photoville Los Angeles's shipping containers will feature projects focusing on the city's homegrown talent, immigration and climate change
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In Dave Heath’s vision, even the smushed faces of young lovers smooching is a picture of loneliness and alienation
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In Brooklyn, a shrine to sports and consumerism
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Los Angeles’s siren song has proved hard to resist to countless New Yorkers. Now you can add the photography festival Photoville to the list.
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NYT Photo 20h
Dave Heath: A master of photographing solitude
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NYT Photo 23h
Nowhere else can 20,000 people simultaneously decide that the 25-year-old guy who earns $8 million a year is a total loser
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NYT Photo Apr 24
Photoville is coming to Los Angeles
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NYT Photo Apr 24
Standing between documentary and art, the black-and-white work of Dave Heath captures the world as quiet and contemplative.
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NYT Photo Apr 23
After Jeff Mermelstein's apartment was demolished to make space for Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the street photographer documented the new arena’s suits, shills and suds
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NYT Photo Apr 23
Los Angeles’s siren song has proved hard to resist to countless New Yorkers. Now you can add the photography festival Photoville to the list.
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NYT Photo Apr 23
A photographer confronts his family’s tragic past in Colombia’s war
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NYT Photo Apr 23
In Brooklyn, a shrine to sports and consumerism
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NYT Photo Apr 23
Photoville Los Angeles's shipping containers will feature projects focusing on the city's homegrown talent, immigration and climate change
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NYT Photo Apr 23
“This project isn’t about the dead. It’s for the living."
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NYT Photo Apr 23
Nowhere else can 20,000 people simultaneously decide that the 25-year-old guy who earns $8 million a year is a total loser
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NYT Photo Apr 23
New York’s Photoville is coming to Los Angeles
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NYT Photo Apr 22
Will Martin Parr’s photos change the world? He doesn’t think so
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NYT Photo Apr 22
In Brooklyn, a shrine to sports and consumerism
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NYT Photo Apr 22
“This project isn’t about the dead. It’s for the living."
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