Whether working, posing with family pets, attending parties or relaxing at the beach, famous artists show that they are human too in this showcase of snapshots from the Archives of American Art.
The late New York art dealer Colin de Land was known for always having cheap point-and-shoot cameras around for his clients, friends and hangers-on to document the sometimes raucous scene surrounding his galleries. Baltimore filmmaker John Waters, whose art was shown by de Land, is seen in this 2000 party picture. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
Chadwick Boseman gives a Wakanda salute at Howard University commencement, protests in Gaza over U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, a spokeless Ferris wheel, shooting at Sante Fe High School in Texas and more images from around the world.