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What Garry Winogrand Saw in Color


A rarely seen body of Winogrand’s work is more inviting than his black-and-white pictures, but no less layered or sly.

By Vince Aletti
Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Garry Winogrand / © Estate of Garry Winogrand / Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco / Twin Palms Publishers

Date: January 29, 2024



How Anna May Wong Became the First Chinese American
Movie Star

A new biography revisits the pathbreaking Golden Age Hollywood actress’s life and legacy.

By Mayukh Sen




Client: The New Yorker

Photograph: Paramount / Shutterstock

Date: August 30, 2023




Martin Scorcese on the Making of “Killers of the Flower Moon”


A new biography revisits the pathbreaking Golden Age Hollywood actress’s life and legacy.

The director discusses shooting movies outside the studio system and finding the right way to film a story about a series of murders that took place when oil was found on Osage land.

By Richard Brody

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Philip Montgomery

Date: October 17, 2023





Jeanette Winterson Has No Idea What Happens Next

The author and former enfant terrible on life after death, breaking the rules, and forging a self through fiction.

By Katy Waldman

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Kate Peters / Guardian / eyevine / Redux

Date: October 29, 2023






Lost in the Mountains


In the nineteen-sixties, my sleepaway camp was delightfully under-supervised. Then a camper went missing.

By David Owen

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Gilles Peress / Magnum

Date: September 16, 2023





What Britney Spears’s Memoir Has to Say


In “The Woman in Me,” the pop star mines her extraordinary story for generic lessons. But the details speak for themselves.

By Lauren Michele Jackson


Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Sandy Young / Alamy

Date: October 29, 2023






Trump’s Bloody Campaign Promises

It’s tempting to ignore the former President’s expressions of rage, but the stakes for American democracy demand that attention be paid.

By David Remnick

Client: The New Yorker

Photograph by Mark Peterson / Redux

Date: October 4, 2023





The Many Lives of Vinie Burrows


Remembering the activism and artistry of a New York theatre hero.

By Helen Shaw

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Alix Jeffry / © Houghton Library, Harvard University

Date: January 5, 2024






Patrick Stewart Boldly Goes There


The actor discusses his new memoir, “Making It So,” filled with tales of driving Paul McCartney’s car, learning to be Jean-Luc Picard, and trading quips with Queen Elizabeth.

By Michael Schulman

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Ryan Pfluger

Date: October 8, 2023

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