The New York Times Magazine Photographs
NPR stories about The New York Times Magazine Photographs
It's easy to take them for granted, printed as they are on pulp and framed in something we routinely toss into the recycling bin. But compiled in an impeccably designed and gorgeously reproduced coffee table book, the photographs commissioned by The New York Times Magazine are a revelation — arguably, the most wide-ranging and accomplished photojournalistic body of work of the past many decades.
The measure of a great photography book isn't in the pictures alone; it's in the
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