Catherine Opie picks eight of her most career-defining images
Starting with her first self-portrait in 1970, the contemporary American photographer talks us through half a century of subversive imagery.
'art after stonewall' examines a crucial moment in lgbtq history
The two-part exhibit commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with work by Nan Goldin, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Catherine Opie.
legendary photographer catherine opie says slow down, get off instagram and look at the pictures
She made her name with unflinching representations of queer sexuality in the 90s, but now Catherine Opie is turning her lens on the art world, from David Hockney to Michele Lamy.
subversive images of sports culture by collier schorr, catherine opie, and sadie barnette
31 female artists challenge the macho athlete archetype in 'March Madness,' an exhibition striking at the intersection of sports and politics during Women's History Month.
catherine opie's transcendent photos of elizabeth taylor's home are on view
Catherine Opie's '700 Nimes Road' presents never before seen photos of Elizabeth Taylor's Bel Air residence.
the trans identity art show bringing together catherine opie and black lives matter
'The Intersectional Self' explores feminism and gender identity through Opie's portraits challenging lesbian culture's butch/femme dichotomy, Ana Mendieta's radical female facial hair, and a video starring trans activist CeCe McDonald.
catherine opie on documenting san francisco's lesbian leather scene
The legendary photographer discusses what it means to represent your community.