In this issue
Boundlessly inventive, Brazilian artist Helio Oiticica turned viewer into participant.
By Jenelle Pifer
Andy Warhol's complicated and fascinating relationship with the body transformed his art.
By Cristina Rouvalis
This fall, Carnegie Museums celebrates and explores the science and art of the body and our sometimes conflicted relationship with it.
By Betsy Momich
For the last decade, many of National Geographic's most powerful stories have been told by female photojournalists.
By Barbara Klein
Four upcoming projects will challenge artists to activate photography's measurement of light and time to investigate contemporary social issues.
By Divya Rao Heffley