Mike Melman's photographs take us to that most foreign of countries: the middle of the night
In a south Minneapolis neighborhood, there are signs in the air
Manuel Alvarez bravo kept cheerful company with ambiguity
Washed-up cowboys, lady mechanics, homeless philosophers--photographer Wing Young Huie has seen it all. Now, by hanging 600 of his Lake Street portraits in public, he's ready to show the city to itself.
William Finnegan's Cold New World maps the topography of dispossession
After a hardscrabble life in the Depression, Gordon Parks picked up a camera instead of a gun. But as a massive retrospective of his work reveals, his sympathies have often remained with those who went the other way.