New Photography, MoMA’s longstanding exhibition series of recent work in photography, returns to New York this autumn in an expanded, biannual format. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, New Photography is expanding to 19 artists and artist collectives from 14 countries, and includes works made specifically for this exhibition. Probing the effects of an image-based post-Internet reality, Ocean of Images examines various ways of experiencing the world. With work by Indrė Šerpytytė.
New Photography, MoMA, New York
Californian Amy Harrity’s subjects are rendered universal by their relative anonymity, frozen in the most human of moments and postures.
Working primarily in staged self-portraiture, Maher is widely known for obscuring the faces of her subjects, using symbol and colour to convey emotion and narrative.