Minnesota photographer Wing Young Huie, whose parents emigrated from China, will soon release a new book, "Chinese-ness," a broad look at identity in both the United States and China.
Asawa and Alvarez Bravo's shows, titled "Life Works" and "Picturing Mexico," respectively, reflect a robust perspective of each artists' practice.
Wonder Women: St. Louis’ Projects+Gallery to Show the Photography of Italian Artist Maïmouna Guerresi
If Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic explored the peril—and whimsy—of corporeal transformation, then artist Maïmouna Guerresi grants it spiritual scope.
St. Louis-based wedding photographer Sofi Seck, originally from Senegal in West Africa, came to the U.S. after her mother spent years making and selling handmade dolls, eventually saving up [...]
“Because I’m not from here, there’s still this dissonance with St. Louis. I’ll never understand it fully, but I truly don’t think anyone really does.”
Exploring Self-Construction and the Presentation of the Other in “Seeing Other People” at projects+gallery with Jessica Baran
Drawing connections between an Instagram selfie and 19th-century portraits of reclining nudes.
A chat with the Missouri-based landscape photographer.