Yosemite’s startling beauty, a sunbather in Santa Monica and Georgia O’Keeffe by the lake … a sale of vintage, modern and contemporary photography by Alfred Stieglitz, Dorothea Lange and others casts an almost nostalgic eye on America
Turner’s record-breaking auction sale, the headless statue allowed to leave Britain for the first time, and rock karaoke at Art Basel. Plus the death of Clip Art and the pictures that changed photography
For two years, Annie Leibovitz wandered through America and Europe with one aim: to photograph the things that moved her most. Here’s her top five, including a bullet-shattered TV at Graceland and a pigeon skeleton studied by Darwin
Ansel Adams called him ‘the antichrist’ and wanted him written out of history. But William Mortensen’s grotesque photographs of death, nudity and torture and are now having their day.
Chris Campion pays tribute to a master of the macabre
The South African photographer David Goldblatt has won the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, the photographer's equivalent of the Nobel Prize, with previous winners including the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Ansel Adams.