PHOTOGRAPHS

For Martine Gutierrez, art and life are fully entwined and fluidly transformational. In “Life/Like,” which displays two series of photographs at...

Art, like so much of life, was a man’s world for centuries. Even in France in the 19th century, when new styles of painting cropped up regularly...

It was a rich time for Yiddish culture and publications, a flowering of talent and creativity — much of which would be brutally cut down by the...

Robert Solosko started taking photographs years ago, but his work has picked up steam since he retired from an engineering job in 2009. Since then...

By Steve PfarrerStaff Writer It was a confined place to live: a single room, maybe as small as seven by ten feet, with a bed, chest of drawers...

There are different ways to define a house. There’s the physical side, of course — the building’s design, size and colors — as well as the thematic...

Winter in all of its (non) glory brings its usual tidings: cold, slush and snow and ice, burst pipes, short days and long nights.But in downtown...

He was the handsome, youthful president. She was his beautiful, stylish wife. And with their two young children, they made for a photogenic First...

An upside-down table, suspended from the ceiling. A painting in which an artist’s torso sprawls across a work table next to her pastels, brushes...

In a world swimming with millions — make that billions — of pictures, is there still a place for the venerable stand-alone photograph? You know...

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Well, not exactly the same. But a photo exhibit at Historic Northampton shows that some parts...

When she was growing up, Linda Jane was fascinated by abandoned buildings, including an old home near hers in Ashuelot, a small town in...

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