Pretika Menon's photographs of female rappers questions the practice known as 'eve teasing.' After studying and working for nearly ten years in New York City, art director Natasha Sumant found herself
Celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson — yup, the one who trains the Kardashians, Kate Beckinsale, and the Los Angeles Lakers — wants to help you improve your core workout and make it as effective as possible.
It has been a big year for books, from the spate of Trump-related exposes such as Bob Woodward’s Fear and Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury, to star-name releases including JK Rowling’s The Crimes of Grindelwald
If you are a person who believes, as I do, that popular music is a mirror of sorts—that it reflects something undeniable about the national condition at any given moment—then it appears we were all feeling
An exhibition in Paris celebrates the work of Martine Franck, who captured women’s struggle for equality and created tender portraits of the elderly, writes Cath Pound. Martine Franck was one of the most
If we had to use a single word to describe the past year in books, it might be eclectic. Novels were told from the perspective of a woman imprisoned for murder, a woman who suddenly inherits a Great Dane
This weekend, the art, fashion, and party scene from all around the world will converge down South for the annual Art Basel Miami art fair. This year, like those before it, are sure to bring down a conglomerate
Asymmetry By Lisa Halliday In “Asymmetry,” two seemingly unrelated sections are connected by a shocking coda. The first, “Folly,” is the story of a love affair. It narrates the relationship between Alice,
The first known photograph ever taken was by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827, showing a view from a window of his home in France's Burgundy region. In 1839, the first known photograph of a person
The artist was a trailblazer for the lithography movement in Paris, and one of the earliest victims of celebrity culture. Fin-de-siècle Paris was known as the city of pleasure, famed for its cabarets dance
She accommodated. That's a word I would use a lot of her life Linda Gordon Inge Morath arrived at the newly formed Magnum photographic co-operative in Paris on July 14, 1949, with her friend and fellow
Reluctant with the physical implications of his theory that involved the enigmatic energy quanta, Planck – and pretty much everyone else – instead focused on its remarkable accuracy. It would be almost
In 2003, after working in management around the world, Sangeeta and Ratnesh Mathur ended up in the Czech Republic. There, the couple stumbled upon countless old bookstores and antiquarian markets stocking
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
In 1948, after working at Hindustan Aeronautics, and then as a fill-in teacher and radio station newsreader, TS Satyan finally stumbled upon his dream job: staff photographer of the soon-to-be launched
Around the world, photographers are attempting to ‘give back’ to their subjects. But is photography inherently exploitative, asks Graeme Green. Meeting different people around the world is one of the rewarding
Why go? Few countries in Asia can offer such variety in a relatively small area, or are as easily navigable by bus and train – or even in your own tuk-tuk. Away from the main sights it’s easy to escape
Wildlife photographer Greg Du Toit has captured powerful images of silhouetted animals in southern and eastern Africa to show "the mystery and intrigue of Africa." The animals, including lions, giraffes,
Beyond the exhibitions and screenings, where hundreds of thousands of visitors can discover or rediscover some of the best of photojournalism produced around the world, Visa pour l’Image, the annual photography
Confronting depression with photos, this artist’s works are ‘keen emotional witnesses to this broken world of ours’
Tara Wray’s new book “Too Tired for Sunshine” (Yoffy Press, 2018) is beautifully melancholic. Wray took most of the photos in the book in Vermont during a period when she was experiencing a bout of depression.
Giulia Mensitieri takes little to no personal interest in clothes. So it is likely to have been an ugly surprise to the French fashion industry that her PhD – now a book entitled The Most Beautiful Job
In the Indian Ocean, northeast of D’Arros Island in the Seychelles, a single, juvenile, red-footed booby pursues a flying fish that has surfaced to escape predators below including tuna and marlin. The