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Julia Vitale

Julia Vitale is the Senior Editor for AIR MAIL. She lives in New York City.

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Bon Voyage! A new book collects the best of airport style, from an impossibly bouncy-haired Dolly Parton to Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin

Dogs—They’re Just Like Us! Before quarantine puppies, there were Magnum dogs, photogenic canines immortalized alongside their owners by Philippe Halsman, Inge Morath, and others

Off the Wall The photographer Horst A. Friedrichs celebrates the magic of independent booksellers and the volumes on their shelves, from the Strand to Shakespeare and Company

Artists in Action Soviet Russia meets Weimar Germany in these avant-garde posters and drawings of the early 20th century, a gift to MoMA from the Merrill C. Berman Collection

Life with Lee Lee Friedlander’s images—ranging from portraits of jazz stars to shots of the American heartland—offer insight into the mind of the great photographer

London Calling Roy Mehta’s Brent photographs reveal a rarely seen side of London and its diverse communities

Sounds of Silence A collection of photographs captures the calm that has given Venice room to breathe and its treasures a chance to shine during the coronavirus pandemic

75 Years of Ebony Magazine covers spanning 1945 to today celebrate the community that gave us Jackie Robinson, M.L.K., Aretha Franklin, and Oprah

Larger than Life An exhibition pairing Henry Moore’s oversized sculptures and 70 of his drawings goes on show at the newly reopened Museo Novecento, in Florence

January 19, 2021

A Place in the Sun A new book of design explores modern desert houses around the world, from Marfa to Valparaíso

Point of View Don’t judge a book by its cover—unless that cover is one of hundreds of treasures leaping from the pages of this new collection

In Bloom Flowers from ancient to modern times inhabit a festive book of photographs and works on paper

New York Minute Ernst Haas’s bright, blurry photographs capture the vibrancy and transience of a city on the move

Back in the U.S.S.R. A new book peels back the Iron Curtain with nostalgic photographs of life in the Soviet Union

French Leave Nearly ten years ago Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of rape but managed to avoid jail. A new documentary recounts the incident and its aftermath

December 15, 2020

The Female Gaze Alongside a show at Washington, D.C.’s National Gallery, a book re-evaluates the history of photography through the lens of the New Woman

Elliott Erwitt’s Paris Photographs capture the romance of the City of Lights but also the whimsy of life on its streets